If you are looking for funny Valentine cards, along with great ideas and resources, then welcome to lots of options. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be desperately romantic or earth-shaking, in fact, it seems that there are a lot of people who offer up a very not-so-serious look at this heart-shaped holiday. Remember, Valentine’s Day cards are for anyone you love or care about. Think about your friends, parents, siblings, extended family members, neighbors, co-workers, community servants, and church staff too.
Funny Valentine’s Day Cards
How about Snoopy, Charlie Brown, or VeggieTales? DaySpring has these funny Valentine’s Day cards for kids in boxed sets.
Valentine’s Day eCards
With Valentine’s Day eCards, you can skip all the fuss and formality of stamps and envelopes and send a cute Valentine’s greeting easily. This can be an especially fun activity for the kids to do (with your supervision of course) as they will enjoy browsing through all the graphics until they find the perfect Valentine that says, “Be Mine,” in exactly the right way to send to cousins, grandparents, and others. Here’s my top five favorite sites for free Valentine’s Day eCards.
Making your own Valentine’s Day cards is always going to be the best and most personal way of expressing yourself. (I know it’s my favorite!) Check out this collection of Valentine’s poems that are funny HERE. It’s easy to add these to a card of your own.
Below is a really cute idea from Cardstore.
You can personalize these with your and your sweetie’s initials on the front. On the inside, it says, “Happy Valentine’s Day to my Perfect Match.” You could customize it with any personal message or quote. (I think a cute idea for the inside message could be, “Coffee, Tea, or Me, Valentine?”)
Funny Valentine’s Card Ideas
I found a couple of really cute, funny Valentine’s card ideas and I’ve shared them below. I’ve never been super creative, but I think I could do these! I wouldn’t share them with you if I thought they looked too difficult.
Aren’t these cute? “Knock-Knock” is on the box, then when you take off the first cover (left), the joke continues. You put little odds and ends inside them–like small packages of candy, mini lip gloss or chapstick, mini nail polish. (Living in Nashville, I can’t help but think these are the perfect size to be filled up with guitar picks!) All the instructions for making these adorable little Knock-Knock Valentine’s Day card boxes are HERE.
:: Find lots of great Valentine’s Knock-Knock Jokes HERE.
I know someone who would love this cute Valentine! My son is crazy about cars, and this is a Valentine’s card that would definitely win his heart!
The car on this Valentine is chocolate. They used a regular toy car with paint-dipped wheels for making the tracks. (I think it would be more fun to affix a real toy car on this–that would last a lot longer than the candy would.) Find complete instructions for making this boy-friendly Valentine’s card HERE.