15 Photo-Friendly Ways to Send Your Valentines' Love

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Let's get a little bit personal this Valentine's Day. Sure, superhero and Frozen Valentine's Day cards are fun and recognizable for tots, but there's nothing like a greeting with a photo of your child smiling widely at their classmates to share their sentiments. From cute to sappy, here are 15 photo Valentine's Day cards that will make quite an impression on the sweetest day of the year.

Flirty Phone

Flirty Phone

You can't get more modern than Tiny Prints' Flirty Phone valentine ($14 for 15 cards) for the tech-loving kid.

Queen of Hearts Valentine

Queen of Hearts Valentine

Perfectly sized for classroom valentine distribution, Minted's Queen of Hearts ($14 for 15 cards) is a sweet way to share the love.

Photos Made Vintage

Photos Made Vintage

PearTree's vintage photo tri-fold card ($2 each) gives a photo-booth look to your tots' classroom valentines.

XOXO

XOXO

Send your kisses and hugs in sparkly style with this glittery card ($12 for digital file) from Etsy's KM Custom Creations.

Chalkboard Valentine

Chalkboard Valentine

What could be better for school than a chalkboard valentine ($10 for digital file) for your little one's classmates?

Big Heart

Big Heart

A message from the whole family is best said with Paperless Post's big heart design (starting at $1 each). Have it printed on the brand's signature thick cardstock or send ecards.

Confetti Hearts

Confetti Hearts

Surround your child's smiling mug with a splash of hearts with this Minted design ($14 for 15). It's even got room for your little one to personalize the card for its recipient.

Heart Valentine Photo Card

Heart Valentine Photo Card

Etsy shop Gwen Marie Designs will customize these heart valentines ($15 for digital file) to be sized for mailing or handing out in class.

We're Too Late . . .

We're Too Late . . .

A genius solution for December (and OK, January too . . .) procrastinators, Minted's big XO card ($2 each with foil printing) offers the clever sentiment: "We're too late for ho, ho, ho, so we're sending a big XO!" Perfection.

Baby, It's Cold Outside Valentines

Baby, It's Cold Outside Valentines

Chic in chevron, these high-style cards ($2 each) are designed by Mr. Boddington's Nephew for Paperless Post.

Full Bleed Heart Cards

Full Bleed Heart Cards

A picture's worth a thousand words, right? Paperless Post's heart card ($1 each) puts your kids' beloved faces at the forefront, minus the distraction of sappy sentiments or designs.

Super Shout Out

Super Shout Out

Turn your tot into the star of his very own comic book with Tiny Prints' super shout photo cards ($12 for 10 cards). Note that these are sized especially for classroom handouts and aren't big enough to be mailed.

Dino-Mite

Dino-Mite

If your little guy is still a bit squeamish about hearts and flowers (and let's face it, he may never outgrow it), Tiny Prints' Dino-Mite! cards ($12 for 10 cards) may be just what the doctor ordered.

Photo Note

Photo Note

Pinhole Press's photo note card ($2 each) is a sweet way to incorporate a personalized greeting with challenging your child's handwriting skills.

Little Love Bug

Little Love Bug

For baby's first Valentine's Day, Minted's Little Love Bug card ($64 for 25 cards) is a sweet and simple way to send your love.