Family Marriage

Two Weeks of Valentines for Couples

Are you looking for some Valentines for your husband this year? I remember several years ago, I found a set of 14 Valentines and printed them out. Each morning I cut one out, wrote a message on it (either sweet or suggestive or whatever seemed to fit that day’s card and mood), and tip-toed out to my husband’s car and left it there for him to find when he got in his car to go to work. Some days he would call me and say something about the card I left for him that day. Other days he didn’t mention it. My husband isn’t typically a very emotional guy, so I knew he liked them and appreciated that I left them for him, but I didn’t really know how much they meant to him until Valentine’s Day was over.

The morning after Valentine’s Day was over (the first day that there wouldn’t be a card to leave in my husband’s car), I casually mentioned that, since Valentine’s Day was over and all the cards were gone, I wouldn’t have a card to leave in the car for him any more. I had hardly gotten the sentence out of my mouth when he said, “Oh no! Don’t stop!” I don’t know if he even remembers saying that, but I remember. It let me know how much he had enjoyed it when I left those cards for him for those 14 days. Even though he hadn’t made a big deal out of it, those cards (and the time I spent writing on them for him each day) had meant something to him.


Ever since that happened, I’ve been meaning to have a set of Valentines created to share right here on Hip Homeschool Moms for those of us who might like to leave 14 days of Valentines in our husbands’ cars or lunch boxes or wherever else! You just never know how much it might mean to your husband! We stay so busy and are always in such a hurry that I’m sure our husbands (and we ourselves) sometimes feel like we get lost in the busyness of every day. We probably don’t (at least not often enough) make time for our husbands.

So I want to challenge you to download these Valentines, print them out, and give one to your husband each day from February 1 through Valentine’s Day. You never know what it might mean to him! Take a moment to write a message on each one. Do it each day, or write them all at once if you need to. Do whatever works for you and the amount of time you have.

We’ve included several different kinds of Valentines in this set. Some of them are sweet. Some of them are fun. Some of them are a little bit suggestive. So you have options for each day. It is our hope that these Valentines are a blessing to you and your husband!


To download your set of Valentines for Couples, click this link!


For a peak at what the Valentines look like, you can see them below. But all you need to do to print your own is either click on one of the pictures below or click the link above. We hope these Valentines are a blessing to your family this Valentine’s Day!

Valentines for Couples

Valentines for Couples


About the author


Wendy is one of the owners of Hip Homeschool Moms. She married her high school sweetheart, Scott, 28 years ago, and they live in the South with their three children. Hannah, age 23, has autism and was the first homeschool graduate in the family. Noah, age 22, was the second homeschool graduate. Mary Grace, age 16, is the remaining homeschool student. Wendy loves working out and teaching Training for Warriors classes at her local gym. She also enjoys learning along with her family, educational travel, reading, and writing, and she attempts to grow an herb garden every summer with limited success.


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