Valentine Patterns

T-minus twelve days until Valentine’s! Last week, I shared some super cute V-day themed tags. If you missed them, you definitely need to check them out! Now, are you ready for even more Valentine fun? Well, ready or not, these lovely Valentine patterns are sure to steal you heart (get it?)!

Valentine Patterns


Who doesn’t love a cute, seamless pattern—am I right? And these four are as cute as they come. I am particularly fond of the one with the repeating love script.

Seamless patterns are great for web backgrounds, wrapping paper, and pretty much any other crafty thing you can think of. If you like these pretty patterns, then be sure to check out the confetti patterns and plaid patterns I shared not too long ago. And there’s plenty more where that came from, so feel free to explore and stock up on lots of other design goodies too.

I love seeing the romantic, thoughtful, and just plain sweet gestures that go on around Valentine’s Day. One of my co-workers has been trying to plan a fun V-day with his girlfriend. He had lots of ideas, but couldn’t nail down exactly which ones he wanted to do, so I suggested that he make a game out of it—he makes a list of possible places to eat and another list of potential activities to do; throughout the day, she gets to roll a die, and the number she rolls determines which places they go each time. He seemed to like the idea, and I think she’s going to love it too. They’re going to have the whole day together, so it should make for a spontaneously fun date!

Whether you’re planning an exciting, spontaneous adventure, or looking forward to a cozy, romantic evening, I hope you have the best of Valentine’s Days! Oh, and enjoy the patterns!

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*I am linking up to these parties


4 Comments on Valentine Patterns

  1. Shannon Miller
    February 2, 2016 at 7:45 am (7 years ago)

    You are pretty dang creative and these are just what I need for Young Women! Thanks tons. Question: Where would I get a font to write the girl’s names with an arrow on each end of their name like this: Front of arrownameback of arrow. ? Any suggetions? Thanks again

    • Mandee
      February 2, 2016 at 8:37 am (7 years ago)

      You’re very welcome Shannon! Glad you like them!! As far as the font goes, I don’t know of any font that does that automatically, you would need to have the arrow graphic and the font be separate.

  2. Teri@The Freshman Cook
    February 11, 2016 at 9:04 am (7 years ago)

    I just love these! I love them all, particularly the love script! Thanks for linking up and sharing Celebrate It!

    • Mandee
      February 11, 2016 at 4:21 pm (7 years ago)

      Thanks Teri! So glad you like them so much. ^_^


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