Free Printable Love Notes for Kids

Chaos is so prevalent in the world today. Hate, anger, and malice are abundant. Love and kindness are needed more than ever right now. Expand the day of love to a half a month of love for Valentine’s Day this year with a new family tradition. Print my free printable love notes and give them to your hubby and kiddos each day of February all the way to the big day. It’s a great way to make them feel loved, needed, and special.

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In this post I will be sharing two sets of free printable love notes for kids. Thursday I’ll be sharing a DIY decor tutorial that you can deliver your notes in each day but leave out as part of you Valentine’s Day decorations. I have created a set for your hubby that I will be sharing in a post later this week or next. There’s a simple set and a more, shall we say, adult set that’s for your eyes and his only. Enter your email address below to get an email when I add new tutorials, free printables, and other great posts so you don’t miss it!

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Gnome Love Notes

The first set of free printable love notes that I created have adorable pastel gnomes on them. There are five pages with four notes per page. Each note starts with a phrase that you can finish like, “I’m proud to be your mom because…” In addition there are two pages of blank notes with one that says, “Happy Valentine’s Day.”

For Personal Use Only

As with all of my printables, these are for personal use only. They are not to be shared or distributed to others on your own. I’d love for you to share this post on social media, then anyone can come here and print them on their own! The more the merrier! Thank you for doing this. It helps me keep these printables coming for you, free of charge!

The file will download as a PDF. Make sure that your print settings are correct before you print.

Animal Love Notes

I used animals on the second set of notes. I thought the pastel gnomes might be a little to girly for some big boys. Some of them might not want to pull “girly” gnomes out of their lunch box (if you choose to put them in their lunch boxes). These notes have the same headings like, “You have the best” where you can write something like “smile,” “mom (haha),” or “heart in the world which is why I love you to the moon and back.” You can make the notes as simple or as heart felt as you’d like.

Deliver the Free Printable Love Notes

Now that you have them printed, you need to figure out how you’re going to deliver them. I made a mailbox for my husband and one for my son that matches my Valentine’s decor. Each night I’ll put a note in for them to get out the next morning and read to start their day off right. I’ll update this post with a link as soon as that tutorial is posted. For the kiddos, you can also put it in their lunch box. Last year Target sold these large felt envelopes that would be cute to use, especially for little ones. I have another fun option, but you’re going to have to wait until the next post. Trust me, your kids don’t want you to miss that post!

I hope that you and your family have fun with these love notes. Make sure you pin this so you can get back to it when you’re ready to print. If you think your friends and family would love to use these as well, you can use the buttons at the end of the post to share it on social media or give them the URL directly to this post. Use the buttons in the sidebar to follow me on social media so you don’t miss other free printables!

More Valentine’s Day Fun

As I mentioned earlier, I have a lot more Valentine’s Day fun coming, but until then you might enjoy these posts.

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9 thoughts on “Free Printable Love Notes for Kids

  1. Niki,
    These are so cute!!Thanks so much for all your visits and kind words!! I truly appreciate it!!
    Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  2. Just adorable Niki! I used to love adding a note to my kid’s lunchbox and these are so fun! Pinned!

    1. Thank you! I’m sure my son will think he’s too old and get embarrassed soon, but not yet! He still lets me cuddle up beside him when we read the Bible at night right before he goes to sleep. He’s 11, but Momma’s baby! He’s still not embarrassed to hug me in front of friends. I asked him why, and he said, “Why would I care what anyone thinks of me hugging my mom?! I don’t care!” It could be because he’s heard the doctors tell me that I might not get to see him graduate, so he’s getting all the loving in now!!

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