Valentine’s day is right around the corner. Have you started getting ready yet? We are sticking with candy free Valentines again this year!
Jokes have been going over so well at our house (Knock, Knock jokes are still the favorites) so I decided to make funny Valentine’s Day cards using some special Valentine’s jokes.
Funny Valentine’s Day Card Jokes
Click here to download the printable Valentine’s Day Cards.
- What did the Valentine’s Day card say to the stamp? Stick with me and you’ll go places.
- What did the paint brush say to the paint? I love you with all my art.
- What did one volcano say to the other? I lava you.
- What did one pickle say to the other?You mean a great dill to me.
- What did the boy octopus say to the girl octopus? Can I hold your hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand?
- Why did the boy put candy under his pillow? Because he wanted sweet dreams.
- What do you call a very small valentine? A valentiny!
- What is a vampire’s sweetheart called? His ghoul-friend.
- What kind of flower do you never give on Valentines day? Cauliflower
- What do farmers give their wives on Valentine’s Day? Hogs and kisses!
- What did the bat say to his girlfriend? You`re fun to hang around with.
- What do you call two birds in love? Tweethearts!
How to use these Funny Valentine’s Day Card
These Valentine jokes for kids make perfect printable Valentine’s Day cards. Print out the sheet on white paper and let your kids color in the hearts. Or use colored paper (maybe red or pink) so that all that’s left is to cut out the cards and fill out names. For sturdier cards, use card stock.
You can also use these for jokes in your little one’s lunch box. Print them as is or write the jokes on a napkin.
For more giggly fun, check out these books:
- Knock-Knock Jokes for Kids (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
- Laugh-out-Loud Jokes for Kids (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
- National Geographic Kids Just Joking (check it out on Amazon here) – Affiliate link
This post originally appeared on Feb. 5, 2015.