Free Vintage Kids Valentine Cards

I absolutely love these colorful vintage kids Valentine cards. They come from different eras but seem to be mostly from the mid-20th century.

Some of the expressions on these cards aren’t heard much these days. An example is the sock saying “‘Darn’ it.” People still say “darn it,” of course, just not in reference to sewing up holes in their socks. I’m sure many of the crafters who visit this site will know what darning is, but how many people actually darn their socks any more? Arcane references like that are part of what makes these cards charming. Also cute is the fact that the people who created these kids valentine cards had no fear of being corny, because the designs were aimed at children. So this is your opportunity to be as corny as you want this Valentine’s Day; just blame it on the art.

Click one of the free vintage kids Valentine cards below to view and download a larger version (enlarged sizes vary):

free vintage kids valentine card two teacups ruffle heart blue flowers free vintage kids valentines cards two fried eggs in pan free vintage valentine card two kids head over heels
free vintage valentine cards boy and girl free vintage valentine card red puppy blue bow free vintage valentine card boy and girl dont give me the brush-off
free vintage kids valentine cards lets strike up a match free vintage valentine card little girl painting car free vintage kids valentine card puppy with red heart card in mouth
free vintage kids valentine cards little boy bowling with heart bowling ball free vintage valentine card popcorn and red heart free vintage valentine card sock with red heart
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36 Responses to “Free Vintage Kids Valentine Cards”

  1. these are super cute! thank you!

  2. Thanks, Christy! 🙂

  3. These cards are so cute! Thank you!

  4. You’re welcome, Patty. I’m glad you like them. 🙂

  5. Thanks for the great art! I just used one of the kids valentine images in an ATC swap. I have posted a photo of the ATC on my blog. Here is the link:

    Thanks again for sharing!


  6. Hi, Liz. I saw what you created and it’s adorable. 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by and for the link you gave to Vintage Holiday Crafts on your blog!

  7. I remember stuff like that when I was a kid.

    Happy blogoversary 🙂

  8. Thanks, Teena! 🙂

  9. Hey, great blog!. How do I subscribe to ensure I get notifed when you make new posts? Thanks

  10. Very cute – thanks!

  11. Happy Valentine Day

  12. Happy Valentine’s Day to you too! 🙂

  13. You have the most amazing collection of vintage clipart I have ever run across. Thanks so much for sharing it! Cards today don’t evoke the same feelings as these do. I don’t know what it is, but I love looking at vintage cards! My great-grandfather had an album full of cards just like these that he got as a little boy. 🙂

  14. Thanks, Stacy!

  15. Keeping My Cents Says:

    LOVE. LOVE. These vintage Valentine’s. I made a popcorn Valentine for my husband. You can check it out here. Thanks for the freebies.

  16. What an adorable idea! It’s great for people who don’t like candy. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  17. Thanks SO much for these adorable vintage Valentines!! I featured this post yesterday:

    Thanks for inspiring!

  18. That’s a great post, Alison. Thanks for the link! 🙂

  19. Thank you for putting these up, they’re lovely images and will make some fun vintage cards for my family this year. I have featured one of the images in a blog post along with a recommendation for your site here:

  20. I’m glad you’re enjoying the images, Jessica! 🙂

  21. Nancy K Turner Says:

    Thank you for sharing these adorable cards. I appreciate it!!

  22. You’re welcome, Nancy!

  23. These are just toooo cute! Thanks for adding them!

  24. Thanks, Pauline!

  25. Thank you, I now have a lovely front for my Red Hat Valentine invitation. It “suits me to a tea”……

  26. Thank you , we will love showing these to our Senior Citizen group!!!

  27. You’re quite welcome, Beth! I hope your group has fun reminiscing with them.

  28. These are so lovely! They brought back so many fond memories for me and it is wonderful of you to make them available to all. To use the words of the song dedicated to Valentines – you make me smile with my heart! Thanks again. Wishing you all the best.

  29. Thank you so much, Donna! You have no idea how much I appreciate your kind words. Happy Valentine’s Day. 🙂

  30. Susan O'Neal Says:

    Love your art. Can you explain how to download them after I click on them to this computer novice great-grandma?

  31. Holiday Crafts Says:

    Hi, Susan. Once you click on the art, just right-click (if you have a PC) or control-click (if you have a Mac) your mouse and select to save it to your hard drive. You can then save it to your desktop or, if you want to, you can create a folder to save it in.

  32. Debra Armstrong Says:

    What a great find. When I become more computer savey I will be able to share some of my finds.

  33. Hello,

    I’m writing to you on behalf of Disney’s We’d love to include a link to one of your crafts (above) and a photo in a post on our site. Both can be found at this link on your blog:

    Would you be willing to give us permission to use your photos on our site and social pages? We will link back to your site and give you proper photo credit.

    Please let me know if you are interested.

    Kimberly Zapata

  34. I sent you an email regarding this. Thanks!

  35. Hi,
    If you would scan the items you have in 300 dpi they would be much better quality when printed. Are any of your images 300dpi (or higher)?
    Thank you,

  36. Sorry, I don’t have any that size. The reason the images are free is because most of them are fairly low resolution (although if you poke through them you’ll find that some are higher resolution). I don’t have the originals; I bought the digital versions at the sizes you find them on this site.

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