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Valentine's Day Gifts with Avery Labels and Tags, Free Printables and a Giveaway

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and I know twenty-two little love bugs that deserve some extra attention! This year I found the perfect way to spread some love. Avery tags, cards and labels are a simple, yet elegant touch to all your Valentine's day needs. To spread some love to my dedicated followers, I've teamed up with Avery for a fun giveaway of all products that I used! I have created three designs with free templates that I'm excited to share with you today.  This post also includes affiliate links for your shopping convenience.  


Boy was I pleasantly surprised when I learned Avery was no longer just the leader in office supplies!! Previously, I always used Microsoft Word to design labels however, I recently discovered Avery has a design software of it's own. It's fully equipped with template designs for all themes and holidays, clip art and fonts. I was even able to upload graphics of my own and apply them to their designs. It's so user friendly- I strongly encourage you to see for yourself!

 While designing labels on the software, I came across the variety of labels, tags, stickers and more. I immediately knew it was just the perfect way to add a decorative touch to all my special valentines this year!


What doesn't say "I love you" more than the heart eyed emoji? I designed this valentine for my students using the Avery Design and Print Online software. Sadly, I'll have to skip out on the chocolate hearts for my students, but I thought it was a fun way to spice it up if you can. You can get your own copy here or design your own online. Once you design your own, you can print it yourself from the website or print it through Avery.

I used the perforated Avery 3380 Postcards found here. No more needing to stress about cutting straight lines on cardstock!


If you know me well, you know I have quite the sweet tooth! There's no denying I love to rub off my love of sweets on just about everyone. Plus who doesn't love a little word play? These "I donut know what I'd so without you" and "You are the sprinkles to my donut" stickers have so many uses all year long! I plan to "sprinkle some love" to my co-teachers, friends and teammates with these treats!




You can get your own copy of the "I donut know what I'd do without you" design here and the "You are the sprinkles to my donut" design here.  Or you can design your own online. Once you design your own, you can print it yourself from the website or print it through Avery. I used Avery  Print to the Edge Round Labels 22830  found here. They are perfect for sealing treat bags/boxes or even sticking to a note on card stock. The treat bags shown can be found at Michaels here and here

 What teacher doesn't love Sharpies? I can't wait to surprise some of my fellow Sharpie loving colleagues with this valentine!

You can get your own copy here or design your own online. Once you design your own, you can print it yourself from the website or print it through Avery. I used Avery 22802 tags with string found here. They are perfect for adding personalization to any gift any time of the year! I chose to add an additional decorative touch using the red and white craft string found here. You can find the fine point Sharpie markers here. 


The inspiration for these templates were found on Pinterest by Landee over at LandeeLu and My Sister's Suitcase. Head on over to my Pinterest page to find more inspiration ideas to use with Avery products.

I'm so excited to be teaming up with Avery for a giveaway of all three of the Avery products featured in this post (Avery Easy to Peel Permanent Print to the Edge Round Labels (glossy) 22830, Avery 22802 Tags with String and Avery 3380 Postcards)! Thank you to Avery for sponsoring this post!

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5 comments

  1. Valentine’s Day celebrates love, romance and togetherness. Celebrated on February 14, this day sees people across the world spending time with their loved ones, one way or the other. From special dates to candlelight dinners, from surprises to hunting for gifts together — Valentine’s Day is much more than just whispering sweet nothings to each other. Even those who are away from each other in terms of distance, try and spend time with each other on this day. It’s true, the Day of Love has something for everyone who understands and values true love.

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  2. These Valentine’s Day gift ideas are brilliant. Our first anniversary is coming and I would love to give one of these gifts to my wife. I am also planning to surprise her with a romantic rooftop party at one of her favorite LA venues. Hoping that the day would be memorable for both of us.

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  3. Yes Jill, this is really awesome idea for valentine day, I think if we can give this greetings with flower bouquet, isn't it surprise for our special person?

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