Send some love the old-fashioned way with these cute printable Valentine’s postcards that your kids will love!
Did you know you can make your OWN postcards? It’s true! As long as you meet the post office’s guidelines, you can print your own custom postcards and send them in the mail! Fun, right?!
Inspired by this fun fact, I made some cute printable Valentine’s postcards so we can spread some love through snail mail as part of our Valentine’s Day kindness countdown.
It’s a perfect way to send a Valentine’s greeting to grandparents, cousins…anyone! After all, who doesn’t love finding a piece of personal mail from a real person sandwiched between all the junk mail that usually fills our mailboxes?
You can send Valentine’s postcards, too!
It’s super easy.
5 Easy steps to mailing your own printable Valentine’s postcards:
- Download the printable postcards (see download button below).
- Print on sturdy cardstock.
- Add a personal message.
- Address and stamp your postcards (you can use a postcard stamp if you want to save money).
- Toss them in the mail!
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The postcards are double-sided, so pay attention as you’re printing (if your printer doesn’t have a setting to automatically print on both sides) so the two sides are aligned correctly.
One side of the postcard has a heart and the words “special delivery.” The other side has lines on the left for writing a personalized message and lines on the right for the address.
Add the real stamp right on top of the printed image of a stamp (although that one is super cute and it’s a shame to cover it up), and you’re all set.
Want more Valentine’s Day fun?
Check out the Valentine’s Day Activity Bundle for kids!
It includes nine different print-and-play activities that will bring more laughter and love to your family this February…without the stress.
Just print them, keep them nearby, and pull out an activity anytime your kids need a boost of fun! (P.S. – They’re also perfect if you are planning a classroom Valentine’s party this month!)