Theses free printable gnome Valentines are perfect for friends, coworkers, loved ones, and even classroom card exchanges. Grab eight free postcard-style gnome Valentines, a sheet of 6 small card exchange Valentine cards, and four fold-over Valentine’s Day cards for an awesome, gnome-themed Valentine’s Day!
These pages are colored and do use a lot of ink. If you’d prefer black and white, get these free printable gnome coloring pages for Valentine’s Day. The post includes instructions on how to print the coloring pages as cards.
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How to print your own Valentine’s Day cards
Printing your own Valentines is easy with these free printables!
I love using HP 32# paper for printables, but it is a little thin for cards. I recommend using a bright white cardstock for sturdier cards. See side by side comparisons in this post about the best paper for printables.
There are two sets of smaller cards. Both options have an optional printable back page. There are two pages of postcard sized valentines with four cards each. There is also a page with six smaller, card exchange sized cards.
For either card smaller card type, first print as many copies of the front page(s) as you want. Next, place the pages back into your printer, then print multiple copies of the correct is back page with “to” and “from” on it. This back page has dotted lines to help you cut the cards out with a paper trimmer.
Pay careful attention to your printer to ensure you position the pages correctly in the paper tray. There should be a little symbol showing you how to place the sheets. I recommend doing a single test page if you’re not sure how to print double sided on your particular printer. Many, but not all, home printers print on the front-facing side of the sheet, which means you would place the already printed portion to the back. You also need to pay attention to whether your printer prints from the top down or bottom up.
Finally, cut the cards apart with a paper cutter or trimmer. I’ve used my paper trimmer with a guide wire for years – I love how easy it is to make accurate cuts with. You can also use scissors, but it takes longer and is less accurate.
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The fold-over cards to not have separate backs to print. They are blank on the inside (when folded). Simply print and cut them apart.
Free printable gnome Valentines cards PDF
As noted above your PDF includes the postcard style cards, smaller card exchange cards, back pages, and two sheets of fold-over cards. All pages are included in the same convenient PDF. Image compression for the web may make the preview images below pixelated or less vibrant. (The preview images appear less brightly colored to me.) The PDF is high resolution and ready for printing.
First there are the postcard-style cards and their back page:
Then there are the smaller, “card exchange” cards and their back:
And, last but not least, the four fold-over cards:
Like all free printables on The Artisan Life, these cards are available for personal and classroom use. You are welcome to use them in your own personal classroom, with your Scout troop, or library party, etc. as long as you are organizing the activity.
You are not licensed to alter, sell, or redistribute the files (digital or printed) to others for their use. You absolutely are not licensed to post them for sale or download on any website. Please just send your friends and family to this page to download their own copies.
I hope you enjoy using these gnome card printables! Be sure to check out these additional Valentine’s Day printables here on The Artisan Life: