Our little dinosaur aficionado is currently squawking and gliding around. She is a Microraptor. Daddysaurus is a big T-Rex: “You need to roar louder, Daddy!”. I, apparently, am a Maiasaura, because I’m a good mummy dinosaur. I’m not sure quite how it works, but “We are a loving dinosaur family.”
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. What does every dinosaur lover need? A dinosaur-themed Valentine’s Day card. We’ve got 15 free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards to choose from.
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What is Valentine’s Day?
St Valentine’s Day is not really celebrated in Germany, so our little dinosaur aficionado does not really know what it is. It is also in the middle of Carnival this year, so she is focused on which dinosaur costume she wants to wear, rather than a day devoted to love.
Valentine’s Day – also called St Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine is celebrated on 14 February. It honours two early Christian martyrs named Saint Valentine and is a celebration of romance and love in many areas of the world. It is celebrated on 14 February each year, the date Saint Valentine of Rome died.
How would dinosaurs celebrate Valentine’s Day?
Very little is known about how dinosaurs showed affection for one another, or even if they did. Scientists are still baffled about how dinosaurs procreated, especially those with spikes or plates like the Kentrosaurus…
Some dinosaurs may have used their crests, feathers or even the length of their necks to attract the opposite sex. Can you imagine a Diplodocus with its neck out strutting to impress the girls? Or a Parasaurolophus using its crest to sing a song to win the ladies? Or Velociraptor preening in anticipation?
We will probably never know whether there was real affection between dinosaurs. But it is nice to imagine them all pairing off in Spring, like other animals do.
Dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards for friends and students
This simple and relatively neutral “Friendasaurus” card is great for a friend or student for Valentine’s Day or any time you want to recognise a friendship or a kind gesture.
This is something we all need to hear sometimes. This simple free dinosaur Valentine’s Day card is perfect for a friend or student. You can even print it out just to remind yourself you are “T-Riffic”.
Get You’re T-Riffic.
Another simple Valentine’s Day card with a clear message – perfect for little dinosaur fans!
A simple statement we all need to hear sometimes, whether you’re a little dinosaur fan or as old as dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards for little dinosaurs
This is one of my favourites. It’s perfect for whenever you just want to say “I love you”, but with dinosaurs.
A simple message from any Dinomom to their little dinosaur fan.
Get Dino love.
L.O.V.E. A simple free dinosaur Valentine’s Day card, whether you want to say you love dinosaurs or are giving it to someone who loves dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards from your little dinosaur
I love this one. It’s perfect for any child who is a little louder and likes to roar a lot – literally and figuratively.
Daddysaurus actually has this message on a dinosaur-shaped keyring. We like it on a card too! This one is also great for Fathers’ Day.
Do you have a little dinosaur who likes to roar to show their affection (for you and dinosaurs)?
There are probably few people your little dinosaur fan loves more than dinosaurs, but this card is perfect for all those people.
Dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards for that special someone
This quote by J.R.R. Tolkien is from Lord of the Rings (actually, I am not sure it is not just in the films). Still, I think it works when you think of the different ages of our world and not Middle Earth – whether it be the Triassic, Jurassic or Cretaceous or the current Information and Anthropocene Ages.
Our LDA and I spent quite a while trying to find dinosaurs with love heart necks for these free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards (although Sauropods did not have curved necks).
Get Dino love.
Show your husband how much you appreciate them with this Husbandosaurus dictionary definition card. Also great for Fathers’ Day.
There are numerous memes making fun of the T-Rex’s short arms. He can’t clap. He can’t do push-ups. He couldn’t wash his hands and is now extinct…
This little dinosaur Valentine’s card looks at a positive feature of the T-Rex’s short arms.
Raptors get such bad press, but they can be such loving dinosaurs, don’t you think?
Get I’m rapt-or in you.
How do I get them?
You might ask…
Well, if you noticed, there is a link after each image and description. This link is to the jpeg version of the image.
You can find the pdf version of all 15 free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards here.
Just download, print and write your own message to personalise!
Grab your free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards
Remember: these cards are not just for Valentine’s Day! Dinosaur love is for Fathers’ Day, a birthday, as a motivation card or just because. Just choose your favourite free dinosaur Valentine’s Day cards, download, print and personalise with your own message. So easy and fun!
And remember: Roar means “I love you” in dinosaur.