A Gallery of Happy Valentine's Day Greeting Cards
View These Valentine Card Ideas Leisurely and Get Inspired

Get some Valentine card ideas from this gallery of greeting cards. There are altogether 15 of them here and you'll notice that they are all in the traditional Valentines theme colour - RED!

So scroll down and view each one leisurely and get some inspiration or card ideas to jumpstart your own Happy Valentines card-making project this year.

If you like, you can also just click on any of these greeting card images and click on the forward > or backward < keypad on your keyboard to go to the next card or back to the previous card.

Creative Valentine Card Ideas

Please note that not all of these cards are made by me. Many of these are submitted by card makers and cardmaking friends online who send these to me as R.A.K. (Random Acts of Kindness). If possible, I will link them to the appropriate page with credit to the rightful owner who created it.

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Polka and heart design card
Sweet Heart card
I Love You card
Japanese idea of a Valentine Card
Pink Patchwork Heart Happy Valentines Day Card
Happy Valentines Day Card
Butterfly Valentine Day Card Ideas
cupcakes in a Box Valentines Day gift card
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Happy Valentines Day Card Ideas
Inside of Valentine's Day Card

Friendship warms the heart ... lots of hearts surrounding this friendship quote. And a heart frame for the inside of this handmade Happy Valentines Card for a good friend.

Happy Valentines Day Card Ideas
Happy Valentines Day Card Ideas
Happy Valentines Day Card Ideas

Above is the front of a Valentine card and below is the image of the inside when opened up. The words inside is by Margaret Walker, "Love stretches your heart and makes you big inside." How cool!

love stretches your heart by Margaret WalkerLove...Kiss...Sweetie
Happy Valentine's Card
Rose Happy Valentines Day Card

How can any Valentine card ideas gallery be without a rose card design? No way! Roses are symbol of love and especially during Valentines Day week, red roses are the best seller for fresh or silk flowers. 

The above is a beautiful handmade 'I Love You' card with a stalk of red rose with gold ribbon as well as gold hearts. Wish this is capture in higher resolution or if we could view the actual handcrafted card instead of this digital version.

Below are more roses...and...hearts.

Happy Valentines Day Card
Happy Valentines Day Card
Happy Valentines Day Card
Happy Valentines Day Card
Romantic Happy Valentines Day Card
Romantic Happy Valentines Day Card

Be my Valentine - What a lovely invitation! Simple and elegant. Another beautiful Valentine card idea.

Handmade Happy Valentine's Day Card

Hopefully, I will be able to get more Happy Valentine card ideas uploaded here soon. Meanwhile, I'm sure you have enjoyed browsing and viewing these beautiful inspirations from our group of lovely and creative ladies who created these. I am thankful to each one of them for either sending me these through the post or attaching them via email.

Thank you so much!

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