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This Year's Top Valentine's Day Cards


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Valentine's Day is an entire day dedicated to love and the second biggest card-giving holiday of the year!  We're showcasing all the wonderful things about romance, relationships, hearts, flowers, and everything in between with 15 Valentine's Day Cards to fall in love with and inspire you and give you some ideas on how to use your Valentine's Day craft supplies!

Take a look at all the love behind these homemade Valentine's Day cards that will fill your heart with love and fill your imagination with wonderful ideas!

 

1. Love Coupon Card 

Love Coupons

Dana Gong created this multi-layered card with exclusive stamps from Scrapbook.com!

Who doesn't love receiving coupons or tickets for something special on Valentine's Day? Give your someone special a surprise when you use the Scrapbook.com exclusive DIY Coupons stamp set. You can fill in each of the tickets with fun ideas for your sweetie to redeem or something nice you're going to treat them to! This card combined a bunch of fun stencil brush blending, die cutting, and stamping techniques all in one for a card that truly stuns!

Love the idea of handmade coupons or tickets for Valentine's Day? Then you won't want to miss this post on How to Make a Valentine's Day Coupon Book by Jana Eubank!

2. Simple Heart Card

Simple Heart Valentine Card

AlexSyberia delivers a beautifully simple and elegant design with this colorful heart card set against a white card base.
If you have more valentines to distribute than Cupid, simple is the way to go. Keep it easy this February with some colorful popped up hearts cascading down a stark white card base and a bold, black sentiment. There's something unique and beautiful about this no-fuss design that has stolen our hearts this Valentine's Day. You can even make miniature versions of this card for your little ones to give out at school!
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3. Black Rose Card

Black Rose Card
Angela Tombari created this eye-catching dark valentine design using black embossing powder over vellum!
This non-traditional valentine is perfect for the tall, dark, and handsome man in your life! The romantic rose design and delicate lace are offset by the dark black theme and spatter effect backdrop. Angela used a variety of Bo Bunny stamps, papers, and other supplies to achieve this romantic look. It definitely has us under its spell!

4. Brie Mine Valentine

Brie Mine Card
Ilovedoingallthingscrafty brings us this un-BRIE-lievably cute Valentine's Day card made with Honey Bee stamps, stencils, and dies.
It's not Valentine's Day without a cute little pun on an adorable card. This mouse and cheese-themed card is just too sweet for words! The simple stenciled background is a combination of Picked Raspberry and Worn Lipstick Distress Oxides with expert scene layering of Mae the Mouse. You can easily recreate this card for the critter who has stolen your heart using your favorite patterned stencil, inks, and a fun character stamp set!

5. Digital Cut File Calendar Card

Calendar Valentine

This fabulously original calendar card from Saundra Rega was made using a Scrapbook.com digital cut file!
Saundra took a fabulous and simple Scrapbook.com digital cut file for making calendars and shrunk it down to card front size for this fun design. The calendar grid, month, and day numbers were all cut out from her electronic die cutting machine and glued down with precision to form the fun calendar. A glittery popped-up heart and a fun Lawn Fawn die cut and stamped banner puts this Valentine in our favorites list for sure! 

6. Candy Heart Valentine

Candy Heart Card
Cassie Berger created this simple yet lovely layered card with lots of coordinating patterned papers.
This fun card by Cassie Berger shows that a fun Valentine's Day card can be created from a number of patterned papers that aren't necessarily V-day themed. The base layer of blue and white polka dots is non-traditional but works beautifully with the one blue candy heart at the center of the card. The hand-drawn loving sentiment on the front banner affixed with brads gives this romantic card a truly personal touch that we love!
Loving the layered look? Us too! For fabulous layers and precise measurements (nobody likes crooked layers!) make sure that you invest in a stellar paper trimmer to make your card making quick, easy, and accurate. Some of the options, like the bestselling Tim Holtz Comfort Trimmer or the Fiskars 12 Inch Trimmer have measurement guidelines for easy alignment every time!

7. Floral Love Letter Cards

Love Letter Cards

Lauralooloo is the brilliant crafter behind this series of vibrant and bright Valentines using products from Fun Stampers Journey.
We hope you LOVE these four cards as much as we do! Lauralooloo created these fun floral love cards with vibrant shades of daffodil yellow, ocean blue, olive green, and rose pink. Using one rubber stamp from Fun Stampers Journey as the star, she white heat embossed and then fussy cut each of the letters to spread out on four unique, gorgeous cards. Not only are these original Valentines, but this is a stamp and theme that you can use all throughout the year for the loved ones in your life!

8. Macaroni To My Cheese Card

Macaroni to my Cheese
Tallie Clewley made this cheesy card with brand new stamps and dies from Heffy Doodle.

Some Valentines can be a little cheesy but this one is exceptionally cheesy! Heffy Doodle just came out with an impossibly addicting pasta stamp and coordinating die set that Tallie Clewley used in this unforgettable card. This would be perfect to present to the cheesiest guy or gal you know as you share a romantic Italian dinner on February 14th! We just can't get enough of this card...just like we can't get enough actual macaroni and cheese! 

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9. Truck Full of Love Card

Truck Full of Love

This stitched pink and red creation was designed by Jaclyn Ranch using Jillibean Soup stamps and papers.
Send your special someone a special delivery this Valentine's Day with this little pick-up truck filled with hearts! This rustic, vintage look with fun patterns and stitched effects is a great little Valentine for your favorite guy or even your gal pals. This is a great way to use up some of your pink, red, and white leftover scraps in a truly unique way! 

10. Pink Bokeh Card

Pink Bokeh Card
TexasMomOf4 is the creative mind behind this brilliant gradient bokeh card.
This simple yet beautiful card makes us think of blowing bubbles, brilliant chandelier lights, or even a bubbly champagne toast to the one you love. Bokeh is a visual effect that comes from photography where there are certain parts of a photo out of focus. This translates beautifully into a fun and fabulous card base. The ombre blush to bubblegum pink blend is truly stunning, with just a simple sentiment banner and three adorable puffy hearts to finish off the look. 

For a step-by-step tutorial on how to achieve these beautiful bokeh bubbles on your card, head over to the Scrapbook.com blog and let Mona Tóth show you how it's done!

11. Heart Scallop Ruffle Card

Scallop Border Card
Nicole Watt crafted this surprisingly easy ruffle layer card using Lawn Fawn paper and Scrapbook.com products!
This fun dimensional card is so much easier than it looks! The talented Nicole Watt used a fabulous Scrapbook.com digital cut file with her electronic die cutting machine to get layer after layer of the heart scallop ruffles cut out. Using Lawn Fawn cardstock in Raspberry, Ballet Slippers, and Guava, she layered fun, frilly borders with adorable heart cut-outs above a bright white XOXO heat embossed sentiment.

12. Postage Stamp Layered Card

Postage Stamp Card
Signed, sealed, and delivered with love! From Scrappin Dee Dee, this fabulous and fun creation features a Kaisercraft postage stamp die.
This exciting card centers around one unique Postage Stamp die set from Kaisercraft and lots of little fun details. Scrappin Dee Dee used a variety of perfect patterned paper pieces and layered elements until everything came together in a gorgeous display of love. This is another very easy way to use up some of your favorite scraps while creating a stunning V-day card!

13. Super Simple Stamped Valentines

Simple Stamped Valentines
These hilarious and simple cards from Laurie W. featuring Scrapbook.com stamps are perfect for your funny Valentines!

Give your Valentine a good laugh this February with a super simple card and a silly stamped sentiment. We all know that cards and chocolate are required for the iconic hearts and flowers holiday, so why not joke about it? Laurie W. used each of the sentiments from a silly Scrapbook.com stamp set on simple white card bases for handmade Valentines that say everything you're not supposed to on this lovey-dovey holiday!

Get the look!

You only need a few key supplies to recreate these funny Valentines and give every one of your loved ones a laugh for this love-filled holiday.

14. Valentine Mailbox Card

Mailbox Valentine
Channin Pelletier used new Waffle Flower stamps and dies to create this interactive card that would be perfect for Galentine's Day!
This cute little mailbox is stuffed full of love notes just for you! Open the moving door of the paper mailbox and you'll be tickled pink by the Valentines inside. Channin Pelletier crafted this unbelievable creation using a brand new mailbox die set from Waffle Flower which is mounted in front of a perfectly blended cloudy blue sky.

15. Stinkin' Cute Valentine

Stinkin Cute Valentine
Jill Cameron Creations used a few simple Lawn Fawn stamps and dies to create this cutie!
If your Valentine is a little stinker, then this cute creation is the way to go! In a traditional red and white color scheme, this simple design combines a few different stamping, die cutting, and coloring techniques for a memorable Valentine's Day card. The diagonal use of a border pattern die really makes the framed critter pop off the card. Smells like love to us!

We hope that your Valentine's Day is filled with hearts, flowers, and positively bursting with love! What is your favorite handmade way to show the special people in your life how much you love them? Let us know in the comments below!


Want to know more about the history of Valentine's Day as you get crafting? Read up on the exciting backstory starting from the ancient Romans, all the way up to modern day here.

Ready to make your own love-filled Valentine's Day creations? Check out all of our Valentine's Day Card Making Supplies here!


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