Floral Valentine Cards {free printable}

 Are you ready for Valentine's Day? We keep it pretty simple in our house. The hubs is surrounded by
girls so he treats us well, but we also don't spend a lot of money. Just sweet, simple gifts.
One of my favorite traditions is that he'll bring home a mylar balloon for our oldest. She has always been OBSESSED with balloons so she can hardly contain her excitement when she sees it. Each year
they seem to get a little bigger. :)

I made these printable Valentine's because I fell in love with these watercolor flowers. Gorg. I pretty much drool over anything watercolor these days. And with four different styles, you can use these for just about anybody. Click HERE to download. Just print on card stock and cut. I like rounded corners so I used a corner punch like this one.

If you are looking for a small gift for your mom, girlfriend, daughter, etc..
You can get this print in my Etsy shop here. It is one of my favorite verses and such
a good reminder {John 16:33}. It's up in my house with my Valentine's Day decor, but I love
that it would be appropriate for anytime!


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