This cute vintage card from the 1950s is quite large, so it may be perfect for printing... either as a greeting card, scrapbooking or other crafts.
You're the cat's meow! I'm not sure when this cute greeting card was created (I'm guessing 1960s) but it's adorable!
Oh how times have changed, today this cupid seems a bit creepy. "Danny 'Cutie' I am named, for my deeds I'm widely famed, every night and every day, trusting hearts become my prey."
This one's cute but confusing, it says "I am satisfied to be your Valentine"... but she really doesn't seem at all into it! I imagine if it were animated there'd be an eye roll and a sigh... just my imagination?
This one is cute, from the 1950s maybe? Two eggs in a pan with the text "Maybe I'm just small fry but I'm a good egg with a heart of gold, be my valentine."
"Soldier boy so brave and fine, will you be my Valentine?" This vintage greeting card could be wonderful to send to a loved one in the army!
This is such an adorable image of two children holding a large paper that says "You see it's written in my heart that you're my Valentine."
Such a beautiful image, this card is from the 1920's and it shows a couple celebrating their love on Valentine's Day.
Another fairly large Victorian greeting card showing a woman sending off a dove to deliver a love letter.
"To My Sweetheart"... a young victorian couple that are very much in love surrounded by soft, pastel blossoms.