These cute Valentine’s Day coloring pages are so much fun and make great homemade Valentines. Grab 15+ free printable Valentine coloring pages and your favorite pencils for plenty of coloring fun!
These free printable Valentine’s Day coloring pages are super cute. I had so much fun creating them and coming up with silly puns. I hope you and your family enjoy them, too!
For Valentine’s coloring pages without text, be sure to grab these 21+ free printable Cupid coloring pages.
How to print coloring pages as Valentines cards
Homemade Valentines are the best! Your child can definitely give the full-sized printables as Valentines, but it’s easy to make your own Valentine’s Day cards from coloring pages by changing the way each page prints.
This is super easy to do if you have Preview for Mac:
When your print dialogue box is open, look for the options “copies per page” and change it. I like 4 copies per page, but you can pick a different number. Make sure “scale to fit” and “print entire image” are also selected to ensure none of the image gets cut off. Voila! Instant Valentines from coloring pages.
Acrobat Reader seems to not have this feature built in anymore. You’ll need to combine multiple pages into one PDF, then print multiple copies to a page. You can make duplicates of one page to have the same design repeated, or put multiple pages into one file. This tutorial from SmallPDF shows you how to merge files in Acrobat Reader.
Valentine’s Day coloring pages for kids
First, some important housekeeping. These Valentine’s Day coloring pages are for personal and classroom use. This means you’re free to print and use them as many times as you’d like with your own children or students.
Please do not redistribute the digital files or printed copies to others for their use with their families or classrooms. Just send your friends and coworkers to this page to download their own copies!
Please do not download the images. They are low resolution previews that will look terrible if printed. Look for PDF download links under each image!
Download links are located below each image. You should see a grey background behind each link to help it stand out. The link should open in a new window and begin downloading automatically. You may need to authorize downloads from DropBox if a dialogue box appears asking for permission. If you have any trouble accessing the files or find an incorrect link, please leave a comment on this blog post. I’m always happy to help!
Save yourself valuable time when you download all 16 Valentine’s coloring pages in one handy PDF for the very low price of $1.29!
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First there’s a cute sloth with the text “lots of love” and plenty of hearts to color.
Next we have a coloring page with two Valentine’s bees and the text “bee mine.”
What’s Valentine’s Day without some puns? Up next we have an avocado that says “you guac my world.”
This pair of flamingoes is too cute! They’re cuddling under a heart banner with the text “love birds.”
This boy and girl have flowers and heart balloons to color.
More Valentine silliness! These cute cacti have the text “I’m stuck on you.”
This sweet fish and seahorse are blowing heart-shaped bubbles! The page also features the text “you’re o-fish-ally awesome.”
It’s time for even more Valentine puns! Next we have a frog prince and princess with the text “my heart leaps for you.”
This cute llama with heart sunglasses is ready to mail a Valentine!
This cute Valentine monster has a speech bubble to fill in your own message.
Next we have two cute foxes with the text “cuddle time.”
It’s pun time again! In this coloring page, a cute owl sits in a wreath with hearts and the text “you’re a hoot.”
This cute puppy with a Valentine is a great coloring page for younger children because it has bold images and no text.
I can’t help myself – I have to end on another Valentine’s Day pun! The last coloring printable has a cute beet and the text “my heart beets for you.”
Natasha Núñez is a former classroom teacher with a Masters of the Arts in Teaching. She also is a registered yoga teacher & holds a certificate in natural skincare formulation from the School of Natural Skincare. She shares her passion for education, positive parenting, free printables, and recipes for DIY bath & home products. Learn more about Natasha and where she’s been featured.