These free printable Valentine cards are a great last minute gift idea for Valentine’s Day! Just print and assemble these adorable heart glasses cards for your sweetheart or galentine this year. They are the perfect Valentine card for teens and adults alike. This post contains affiliate links, which help to support Persia Lou.
Guys. I think we have talked about this, but I just love crafting for Valentine’s Day.
It’s not just because of all the pink and hearts and glitter, which I love year-round, but this special holiday also has so many printable possibilities plus one of my very favorite things, PUNS!
Man. I love me a good pun.
So today I have some new printable valentine cards for you all, and yes, they combine pink + hearts + puns, but that is not all! They also give you something you can wear! Yeah, it’s pretty exciting.
Free Printable Valentine Glasses Cards
These printable valentine cards have a surprise two-in-one! A cute card PLUS a little pair of paper heart-shaped glasses!
I think they are kind of perfect for a little Galentine’s Day gift or as a Valentine card for tweens or teens.
And the best part is that I’ve already done all the hard work for you! All you have to do is print, fold, glue, and send!
Okay, let’s make some cute cards.
How to Make Valentine’s Day Glasses Cards
The printable valentine cards are really simple to put together. First, you will need to gather up a few supplies.
Printable Valentine Cards with Heart Glasses Supplies:
- White Cardstock
- Color Printer (I love mine!)
- Silhouette Cameo, Cricut, OR Scissors / Paper Trimmer
- Permanent Tape Runner or other adhesive
- A6 Envelopes
- My Heart Glasses Valentines Printables (Grab them from the link at the end of this post)
Step One. Print and Cut.
Start by downloading the free files from the link at the end of this post.
If you have a Silhouette Cameo, then you can use the Studio3 files. If you have a Cricut or are cutting by hand, then use the PDF or PNG files.
The Silhouette Studio files have cut and perforation lines built into the files, but they are pretty simple to put together either way.
Once you have the files printed out on nice white cardstock, you will cut out all of the pieces.
There are two designs included in the files, and when you are all done cutting, you should have five pieces for each card:
Step Two. Assemble.
There are just a few steps required to put these cards together.
- First, fold along the gray lines (PDF/PNG version) or perforated lines (Studio3).
- Apply Adhesive along the edges of the glasses flap and press to create the pocket. Line up the card back in the fold of the card front, apply adhesive to the flap, and press to join the card front and back.
- Now, it’s time to make the glasses! Simply fold along the glasses tabs, apply adhesive and attach the temples.
- Finally, slide the glasses into the pocket on the inside of the card.
And that’s it! Your printable valentine cards are all done and ready to send off to all your best galentines.
Free Heart-Shaped Glasses Valentines
Before grabbing that freebie, I would appreciate it if you pinned the image above to your favorite Pinterest board. Spreading the word about our free printables and cut files helps to keep them free! 🙂
Please Note: These files are free for personal use only (making things for yourself or as gifts). If you would like to use these designs for products you make and sell, you can purchase a limited commercial use license in my shop HERE. is free for personal use only. Please do not sell or redistribute the files in any way.
When you click the link below, you will get a ZIP file containing the PDF, PNG, and Studio versions of the design. You will need to unzip the file before opening the individual files. You will need a PDF reader such as Adobe Reader installed on your device to open the PDF file.
GET MY FREE HEART-SHAPED GLASSES VALENTINE’S CARDS
What do you guys think? Would you like to get some little paper heart glasses in the mail? I know I would!
Until next time, Happy Making!
Happy Making and Happy Valentine’s Day!
Comments + Project Love
Oh man I would have loved to receive one of these!
Thanks, Ariel! This was such a fun idea. Thanks again for organizing! I know it’s a lot of work. 🙂
I was the recipient of these beautiful cards and, I have to say, they are even cuter in person! Thanks, Alexis!
Aw thanks so much, Mila! You are so welcome!
I’m so glad to see someone else who’s admitting that it isn’t the love and the chocolates that’s the best part of Valentine’s Day. It’s ALL THE PUNS!
YES! Puns are the best!
Cathy Royal says
Thanks for sharing these.