ABC Valentine {Easy Peasy Valentine}

Hooray for Friday!

So much has happened this week {exciting and heartbreaking!} and I'm looking forward to having a few days to relax and have some fun!  I'm glad you're here with me today because I have another easy peasy valentine to share with you!

I get a touch of crafting ADD at times.  I created this fun alphabet valentine, and I found that it was quite versatile.  Before sharing the download links, I am going to show how I used this printable 3 different ways.

So I created this ABC Valentine image in Photoshop.  I just typed up the alphabet, but inserted a heart shape for the "O." I tried out all sorts of different backgrounds and text colors!

Option #1:  I thought this would be a fun valentine for Little Man to give his friends.  So we just glued a heart candy  after printing out the image on neutral cardstock.  And of course a little ribbon embellishment doesn't hurt!

Hmmm loving this option.  Especially for school.

Option #2:  I resized this image a bit smaller, printed it out on cardstock, and turned it into a card!

Love the aqua and red!

But the pink chevron is delightfully cheery too.  I'm very indecisive.  One of each please! 🙂

Option #3:  I printed out the image at Costco and framed it!

Are you ready to download your own?

There are plenty of options here!

All images are 8x10.

Please remember that these images are for personal use only!  Please do not sell anything you create with these images.  And link back to oopsey daisy to give credit!

Click below to download the image of your choice:








Gray chevron 

Pink chevron 

Aqua chevron 

So which one is your favorite?  I still can't decide.

Have a fantastic weekend!

Linking up to TIdy Mom, 30 Days, Creation Corner, Whipperberry, Flamingo Toes

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  1. I just found your web site and am your newest follower. This printable is fabulous! Thanks so much for creating such a fabulous blog full of inspiration.

  2. Love this, I think this may be getting printed and sent to grandparents! Thank you! 🙂

  3. This is ADORABLE Alison! Love love love. I will be printing some of these. What a great Teacher gift too. Thank you for sharing. I hope everything is okay with you and your family. It sounds like it was a ruff week.

  4. Alison….these are absolutely adorable!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  5. love this! can’t wait to print them!

  6. This is awesome! Love it!!

  7. Jeanine Crane says

    I love this! I”m excited to print one off for my home… I love the aqua chevron!

  8. This is darling! I just pinned it! So cute!

  9. These are so awesome Alison! Thanks so much for sharing them with us! I am excited to print these out and display them in my home:) You are awesome…don’t forget that, K?

  10. Soooo cute! 🙂

  11. aww… this is so cute! thanks sharing your hard work with us!

  12. Love these Alison! So fun that you shared so many cute ways to use them. Totally pinning this! 🙂

  13. Thanks! I needed a gift idea for my preschool students!

  14. I love the Grey with Yellow writing!!

  15. I LOVE this, Alison! So clever and cute! Can’t wait to frame it! (((HUGS)))

  16. What a fabulous idea! THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing! I’m going for the aqua chevron one! ♥ 🙂

  17. These are just WONDERFUL… thank you so much! My children and I will be making these – love them!

  18. Very cute! I like the idea of the kids using them with the heart candy on it. Thanks!

  19. this is one of the cutest valentine ideas i’ve seen so far! and you’re right – it’s perfect for school. totally pinned it! visiting from the tatertots and jello link party.

  20. That is just adorable, Alison! I especially like it when you add the chocolate heart! If you haven’t already, I’d be thrilled for you to share it here:

  21. Such a cute printable Alison. Love it!

  22. LOVE THESE!! Thank you so much! 🙂

  23. This is super cute, Alison!! I love the version with the chocolate. Sharing on FB! 🙂

  24. LOVE this idea!!

    Thanks for linking up this week! I featured you post in my wrap up

    have a fabulous Sunday!

  25. Thank you so much for sharing! You are super generous!

  26. Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper says

    These are fantastic!! I love it. I hope you will link these up to my I Heart Projects Party.

  27. Love this – free printable, plus chocolate. Adorable! Yay! Thanks for the awesome project!

  28. The plain white, I love the crispness of this one! Thanks so very much!

  29. Thank you! These are great! 🙂

  30. I love this. I love all three ways you used it and all the colors you have available. I am featuring this at I used 2 pictures. If you want me to take one down, let me know and I will do it.

  31. Super cute! Pinning this to my Valentine board right now 🙂

  32. Allison! This is so dang cute! I was at my friends house today and she has this same thing (from Target) at her house and I was thinking that I needed to make myself my own version of it! And then I came on your blog and you had already done it for me! Thanks- that was easy!! 🙂 It turned out darling! Love how you substituted a foil wrapped heart on the neutral cardstock! So cute!

  33. I love the idea, so cute. I think I want to print out the pink chevron pattern one for my daughers valentines for her class. Thanks!!

  34. Thanks for the free downloads! I’d love for you to submit this to the M&T Spotlight

  35. Super cute Alison! I’ll be featuring it tomorrow on my Pity Party. Thanks for linking it up! xo

  36. You just saved my Valentine’s or rather my children’s school valentines. Thank you so much for sharing this. LOVE them ALL. You are so talented!

  37. This is adorable. Thank you so much for sharing!

  38. These are so sweet Alison!! And I can’t believe all the options you have – that is so generous of you! I featured you today!

  39. Thanks for sharing! love it

  40. Hi Alison,

    We used your printable for our RS activity. Our blocks turned out soooo cute! I blogged about it this morning. Thank you for sharing. 🙂

    Ginger @

  41. jeanette n says

    i love this- super cute and a big THANK YOU for sharing it!!! i am going to print and aqua chevron at costco as suggested. i think i will also try making those adorable hearts you have cascading down the frame… too cute! thanks again and again….

  42. I am in LOVE with these! This is such a cute idea – the first valentine (with the chocolate and the ribbon) is my favorite.

  43. I found you on Tater Tots and Jello and I would love it if you would share this with our readers too for Fun Stuff Fridays!

  44. I think this is just so cute. I have one printed and displayed on my refrigerator but another is part of my Valentine display that I featured on my blog today. I linked back to you. Thanks again for the printable!!

  45. What a cute idea! Thanks for the free printable 🙂 I tried to download the white one and google said that there was an error? Did anyone else get this?

  46. This is fabulous! My elementary-age daughters will love this for their friends and teachers. Thank you! (Shared on our Facebook wall today too.)

  47. this is so super cute! thanks so much for sharing!

  48. Thanks so much for sharing these awesome freebies!! I love them!

  49. I like the Red, Gray, and Black one. But then again it will be used for my livingroom and we’re getting ready to redecorate with Alabama colors 😉

  50. thank you!! my son loves the alphabet and this is a perfect valentine for him!!

  51. This is such a cute idea – thanks for sharing it. I love the thought of re-size-ing the 8×10 down to a greeting card. How would I go about resizing this to a standard A2 sized card that is 4.25 x 5.5? I downloaded the white with black letters and red heart and will print it on kraft cardstock. Thanks!

  52. Girl About Asia says

    You didn’t make the first design. It came from Marie Claire Idees (,un-abecedaire-de-saint-valentin,2610348,121753,2). Wonder what else you’ve claimed as your own…

    • I’m sorry, but you are mistaken. That blog (in French) is showing one picture of MY original project and if you read the description under the picture, they gave me the credit and link back to this blog post. I designed the original…. Thank you.
      Alison@Oopsey Daisy recently posted..DIY Milk GlassMy Profile

  53. How could you resize the card to a smaller one to give to classmates?! so cute!

  54. Hi Allison, Thank you for such a great printable! My four year old picked it out to make for his pre-school class. I changed it up with the candy, per my little one’s direction 😉 You can view it here:

    I made sure to share your post as the original source of course.

    Thanks again!
    Jennifer recently valentinesMy Profile

  55. This is such a cute idea and I like how you also turned it into a card. Great way to use all the alphabets while saying I love you! Pinning for later. Such a great idea.
    Alicie recently posted..How to make Candles with Essential Oils: Super Easy DIYMy Profile


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