Nothing says I love you like a good food pun. (Yes, this post is ripe with food puns, and I donut carrot all what that says about me! You’ll just have to dill with it.)
Seriously though, I was feeling inspired by all of the printable Valentine cards I’ve seen popping up on Pinterest lately, and there are some amazingly cute food puns floating around the internet. So I decided to put together my own healthy, fun food pun themed printable valentine cards to help you share some nerdy foodie love with your friends and family! And they are sublime! (Can I put a food pun in a paragraph that starts with “Seriously” and still be credible?)
Instructions – How to print your downloaded valentines cards
This set of printable Valentine cards are designed to be postcard size, which should lettuce easily print all four on one printer page. Yes, that’s right – I kale about the small details.
How can you print them easily on a Windows computer (It may be different on a Mac)?
- Download the ones you like (right click on the image and select ‘save as…’).
- Find them in your downloads folder (or wherever you saved them).
- Select the image files (It works best if you have 4 files to maximize the printable page. To select multiple files, hold down the ctrl button while you click on them).
- Once you’ve selected all 4 files, right click and select print.
- You’ll see a panel at the right of the window where you can select the ‘9 x 13cm’ (4) option.
- Click the checkbox that says ‘Fit picture frame’.
- Choose the number of pages you want to print on and you’re set.
Here’s a screenshot if it helps –
Orange you glad those instructions didn’t include a food pun??
If you want to be really committed, order a pack of this amazing seed paper to print your valentines on! I’m also loving these sprout pencils which I’ll be giving to my son’s teachers as a gift.
Food Pun Themed Printable Valentine Cards
Okay, you’ve bean really patient with me, so here they are – 4 free printable valentine cards to help make your Valentine’s Day amaizing.
You make my heart skip a beet
I like you a whole bunch
I love you from my head tomatoes
We make a perfect pear
What other fun non-food ways have you found to celebrate this Valentine’s day? I’d love to hear them!
Yael tamar says
Love this !
Strength and Sunshine says
That is such a cute idea for kiddos!
🙂 It was cute teaching my son about puns!
Elizabeth DiBurro says
What a great idea! I like the Tomatoes one the best! Thanks for the printable!
The tomatoes one is my favourite too 🙂
Chrystal @ Gluten-Free Palate says
Haha. These valentines are super cute. Just love them.
Kelly @ TastingPage says
Such a cute idea. Love it!
These are so cute and great for class valentines!
You’re gonna save so many moms tonight! We just made cards today (the kids have the day off) and used “You’re Hard to Beet!”. Pinning these!
These are so cute! I’m gonna add them to my hubby’s lunch!
Love that idea! 🙂
Laura | Petite Allergy Treats says
These are so stinking CUTE! Love all the puns. 😀
🙂 can’t have too many puns!
These are too cute!
So cute–and love that the focus is not on sugar.
Yes! I figured that Valentine’s Day could use some veggies 😀
Those are super cute! Too bad my kids have outgrown the Valentine parties at school.
Alisa Fleming says
OH my goodness, these are SO cute and clever Sarah! They are great for spreading the love any day, too. Love the Tomatoes one!!
What a great idea! Very cute. I babysat my 5yr old godson on Sat night and we made Valentine’s Day cards for our mothers (I’m single) then. There were lots of hearts and stickers. But NO GLITTER!!!!
No glitter is SO important! I have a jar of glitter at the back of the top shelf of our closet that will NEVER come back out! Seriously – never. 😉
Leanne @ Deep Fried Fruit says
These are so much fun! Love the “head tomatoes” one.
Welcome to the Lovin Life Linky. We hope to see you back again.
Thanks Leanne! Look forward to joining in and checking out all the fun content you guys are sharing!
These are very cute!! #LovinLifelinky