Along with St. Patrick's Day, Valentine's Day is one of those Catholic feast days that has been completely overwhelmed by the secular world. If you'd like to infuse a bit more of your faith into the Valentine cards your child hands out, I've got you covered! Also, don't forget to take a look at my February saint post for links on celebrating this feast day as a family.
Catholic Icing has an adorable pack free for subscribers that includes both print-and-go (all your child has to do is sign) and coloring page style (the child colors the whole card). There is also a toilet paper roll candy holder that can be given as a valentine or as a special treat for your child.
Waltzing Matilda shared a fun idea for a valentine with a prayer card attached. This might be a nice treat to give to your kids if giving them something is one of your family traditions.
There is a cute St. Valentine matchbox candy holder at Paper Dali.
Catholic Inspired has an inspiring fold up printable valentine that reminds us what true love is.
A cute set of printable bible verse valentines can be found at Real Life at Home.
Shower of Roses has a set of printable tags to attach to a box of conversation hearts.
I LOVE these sweet Mary valentine cards from Shower of Roses. In fact, I may put together a set to give my Little Flowers at our meeting on the day after Valentine's Day.
Catholic All Year has a great set of printable valentines with saint quotes that you could print at quarter size.
That's it for now! I'm sure there are a ton more out there, but I'll have to find them next year. Thanks for reading!