Do you love puns as much as I do? Then you’ll love this fun set of watercolor Valentine cards and posters featuring hilarious, delightful, and whimsical Valentine’s Day puns, such as “You stole a pizza my heart”, “I like you a latte”, “You’re dino-mite!” and more.
What’s included in this set of watercolor Valentine cards and posters?
I wanted to make this set very versatile for you, so it includes a complete set of both Valentine cards AND posters!
- 74 punny watercolor Valentine cards
- BONUS: Free set of 74 matching Valentine’s Day posters to decorate your classroom!
What do the watercolor Valentine cards and posters say?
These Valentine cards and posters feature an image plus a pun. Choose your favorite card for each student!
- I love you a ton (elephants)
- I like you a ton (elephants)
- You’re the perfect catch (fish)
- Will you bee mine? (bee)
- Hello dear (deer)
- I love you beary much (bear)
- I like you beary much (bear)
- Somebunny loves you (rabbit)
- Somebunny likes you (rabbit)
- ‘RAWR’ means ‘I love you’ in dinosaur (dinosaur)
- ‘RAWR’ means ‘I like you’ in dinosaur (dinosaur)
- I’m not kitten around… you’re great! (kitten)
- I’m not horsin’ around… you’re super! (horse)
- No bull, you’re a great friend (bull)
- Have a ‘hippo’ valentine’s day! (hippo)
- You’re a hoot, valentine! (owl)
- You’re the apple of my eye (apple)
- I mustache you to be mine (mustache)
- You’re da bomb! (bomb)
- You’re the feather in my cap (feather
- You hold the key to my heart (key and heart)
- Valentine, you’re sweet! (ice cream cone)
- Valentine, we make a great pear (pears)
- I’m nuts about you! (squirrel and nut)
- I’m over the moon for you! (moon)
- You make my heart flutter (butterfly)
- You put a song in my heart (notes and heart)
- Hoppy valentine’s day (frog)
- Owl be your valentine (owl)
- Valentine, you rock! (guitarist)
- I only have eyes for you (glasses)
- I love you a latte (latte)
- I like you a latte (latte)
- Orange you glad we’e friends? (orange slice)
- Olive you (olive)
- I love ewe (sheep)
- I like ewe (sheep)
- Valentine, we’re two peas in a pod (pea pod)
- I like you, fur real! (dog)
- We’re meant to bee (bee)
- You’re purr-fect for me (cat)
- We’re purr-fecf together (cats)
- You’re dino-mite! (dinosaur)
- You have my seal of approval (seal)
- I really dig you (shovel)
- I’m glad we’re in the same school (fish)
- I’m bananas for you! (monkey and banana)
- You brighten my day, valentine (lightbulb)
- You stole a pizza my heart (pizza slice)
- Hogs and kisses xoxo (pig)
- I pick you (guitar and pick)
- You’re top dog, valentine (dog)
- You’re a super friend (superhero)
- Whale you be my valentine? (whale)
- I get a kick outta you (soccer ball)
- You rule, valentine (ruler)
- I’m not lion, you’re the best (lion)
- Hope your day is a splash (dolphin)
- You’re a treasure (diamond)
- You strike a chord in my heart (piano)
- You light up my life (lighthouse)
- I love you to pieces (puzzle pieces)
- I like you to pieces (puzzle pieces)
- You make my heart soar (birds flying)
- Hats off to you, valentine (top hat)
- You’re a head above the rest, valentine (giraffe)
- Hey valentine, you’re foxy (fox)
- Leapin’ lizards! You’re a great friend (lizard)
- I’m wild about you! (zebra)
- You’re tweet, valentine (bird)
- Guess whoooo loves you? (owl)
- Guess whoooo likes you? (owl)
- Happy birthday, valentine! (birthday cake)
- Be my valentine (heart with arrow)
Who are these watercolor Valentine cards and posters for?
- The font I used is a cursive/script font, so these Valentine cards and posters are best suited for grades 4+ (or younger if your school teaches cursive in kindergarten, like my niece and nephew’s school does!).
- These cards are perfect for teens and adults as well.
- Attach a small treat and give these watercolor Valentine cards to your teacher besties and staff members!
Quick tips for using these Valentine cards and posters
As teachers, we often find ourselves short on time, so here are some time-saving tips for using these watercolor Valentine cards and posters.
- Print only the pages you need for your students.
- Use white card stock for best results.
- Cut out quickly with a paper cutter (I have this Swingline paper trimmer).
- Fill out the “to” and “from” on each card with a black pen or marker.
- Attach to a Valentine pencil or Valentine lollipop (get them for $1 at the dollar store!).
- And now you’ve created cute Valentines for all of your special people in a snap!
Pro tip: Print a few of your favorite Valentine posters to brighten up your classroom, spark a discussion on puns with your students, and make your room feel festive and cheerful!
Teachers like you are saying…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Krystin B. says, “These made a really cute addition to my classroom Valentine’s day decor!”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jacqueline M. says, “I used these for a Valentine’s Day Bulletin Board!“
❤️ Related resources you’ll love!
If your students loved these watercolor Valentine cards and posters, they’ll enjoy these Valentine resources too!
- Treble and Bass Clef Valentine Mystery Image Reveal Music Boom Cards™
- Valentine’s Day Music Worksheets – Notes, Music Symbols, Rhythms
- Composing with S’mores: A Guided Elementary Music Composition Valentine Activity
- Valentine’s Day Composition Activity for Elementary Piano & Music Students – Spin A Rhythm
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