I bet a bunch of your kids have Valentine parties at school tomorrow. Or maybe you want them to make you a Valentine, which is totally within your rights as a parent. But possibly you’re a Last-Minute Lucy (like me) and now you cannot remember for the life of you where you saved those links.
I’m here to the rescue. Here are several printables for you from various Catholic blogs. Happy Valentines Day, all! (And be glad it falls on a Sunday during Lent so you really can eat that chocolate your sweetheart got you.)
Rosie at A Blog for My Mom has adorably funny Valentines like: “Roses are red, but I wouldn’t know because I gave alms to the poor instead of buying you flowers.” and “Dear Valentine, I gave up sweet things for Lent. See you on Easter!” Click over for a bunch more.
Jen at Faith and Fabric Design made these scripture-inspired love notes that have quotations from Phillipians, Ephesians, John, Song of Solomon, and more! “Complete my joy by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind. Phil.2:2” Click over to see the rest!
Melody at a Blossoming Joy will send you a free PDF of this gorgeous hand-drawn spiritual bouquet note if you sign up to receive her newsletter. Fill in the blanks, color it in and share it with your beloved!
Kendra from Catholic All Year has some free printables including “Since love grows within you, so beauty grows. For love is the beauty of the soul. -St. Augustine” and ‘We love what we become and who we love shapes what we become. -St. Clare of Assisi”
For just $2 in her Etsy shop, Kendra also has double-sided Valentine cards, formatted for easy double sided printing. They include famous saint pairs like Benedict and Scholastica, Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross, Monica and Augustine, and Felicitas and Perpetua. Click over to her Etsy shop if you’d like to purchase and instantly download.
Kelly at This Ain’t the Lyceum knocks it out of the park again with pointed Valentine gems such as “Valentine, let us not let secular culture to persuade us to observe today with anything other than thoughtful meditation on the Four Last Things.” Where is that crying/laughing emoji when I need it, WordPress? (See the ones she posted a couple years back by clicking here.)
Finally, here’s a link to mine from last week. Click on the link above to take you to the original post with the easy download. 🙂
Know of any other great printable Valentines? Share them in the comments or send me an email and I’ll edit my post to include it.
Well, would you look at that? I’ve rounded up seven for you, which means I get to linkup with Seven Quick Takes for the first time in forever. See Kelly, if you didn’t already, for more hilarity.