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Watermelon Printable Valentine’s Day Cards

Back in my day, we didn’t have many options for Valentine’s day cards. My mom used to take my sisters and I to our local Kmart and we would pick out favourite Valentine’s day cards from their small selection. I carefully checked each one over and tried to pick one that I hoped would be unique. It was annoying when another kid was handing out the same cards as me. However, it happened every year. When you live in a small area, your options are limited.

Fast forward 30 years and I’m back living in that same rural area, but things have changed. A lot. Thanks to the Internet, we have choice at our fingertips. Literally.

You can still head out to your local Walmart or Kmart, if you live in an area that has that still has the store (ours doesn’t). You can also buy Valentine’s day cards online at Tiny Prints or Shutterfly. Better yet, get your child’s Valentine’s day cards for FREE online. I have some here today for you to use!
Watermelon Printable Valentine's Day Cards - Unique, fun and free!

These Valentine’s day cards are cute and lovable watermelon themed that lets the recipient know that he or she is “one in a melon”. Download the pdf to your computer and print them out for free at home. All you need is paper, ink and a printer. Use as many copies as you need.

Watermelon Printable Valentine's Day Cards - Unique, fun and free!

More than likely, your child will be the only kid in the class to have these cards to hand out. Try something different this year and save money!

Watermelon Printable Valentine's Day Cards - Unique, fun and free!

My daughter, Bridget, will be using these Valentine’s day cards to give out to her school friends. We are going to put them in little envelopes too and decorate it with stickers.

For more Valentine’s day themed crafts, check out my Valentine’s Day Flower Vase, Valentine’s Day Picture Frame and DIY Valentine Box.

Where do you find your Valentine’s Day cards?

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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