Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards to Color

free printable valentine's day cards

February 14th is coming up soon, so make your loved one a beautiful and unique card with these 3 free printable and color-able Valentine’s Day cards!

I always forget to buy a card for Valentine’s day, so I usually wind up DIY-ing one last minute.  Inspired by that idea, I decided to create these free color-able Valentine’s cards that can be printed and colored in yourself!

Click on the image below to download these free Valentine’s day cards!

printable color-able zentangle inspired valentine's day cards

How to use these cards?

  • For best results, I recommend printing these on card stock and then coloring them in with high quality pens or colored pencils.
  • These cards are designed to be printed on 8.5 x 11 inch paper and then folded in half. I recommend coloring them first before folding them in half so the pens don’t bleed through the page.
  • You can print them out at home or take them somewhere to be printed.
  • The inside is intentionally left blank so you can add your own personal message and say whatever your heart desires!
  • These card designs are inspired by the Zentangle drawing style which incorporates black and white doodle art style patterns.

You can check out my other coloring pages and freebies here.

I hope you have a lovely and happy Valentine’s Day!


julie signing off, valentine's day cards

5 thoughts on “Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards to Color

  1. Purelifephotoss says:

    Thats the best part of being artist! I think. I always make my cards, no matter the holiday. Great designs too.

    1. Yes, totally! I have been drawing cards since I was a kid! And thank you :D

  2. Oh my word, Julie those are awesome! Earlier today I was looking online to see how to make a free coloring sheet available on my blog, and then I saw your post. Is it very hard to do? It looked like there were various ways to do it. Have you ever done PDFs for sale? Yours are so pretty!

    1. Thanks so much @nanasworldweb, no it’s not hard to do it the way I have, I just uploaded the pdf into my Dropbox and then copied the link into my blog post. I did try selling a few coloring pages before on Etsy but it was a lot of work with little return so I just decided to offer them for free!

      1. Thanks for your reply! I wonder then if Google Drive would work the same way? I’ll have to give it a try! ??

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