Printable Star Wars Valentine’s Day Cards

These adorable Star Wars Valentines are perfect for the Star Wars lover in your life. They are the perfect Valentines for boys or girls.

Printable Star Wars Valentines

Don’t throw things at me, but Star Wars: The Force Awakens was the first Star Wars movie I’ve seen. My son has seen a couple of them but I just never was into them. Now that I’ve seen the most recent movie in the franchise however, I’m ready to see the rest. I have a feeling I may be a fan for life. Have you seen the new movie?

And again, don’t throw things at me, but I realize that the Kylo Ren card is actually a Darth Vader quote. Same with Rey…but in the short time we had we couldn’t find a better quote so we went with those. Have a better quote? Leave it in the comments and maybe I’ll update the cards!

Star Wars Printable Valentines

When it comes to creating Valentines for my kids to take to school, it was a lot easier when they were younger, and it’s always easier to find cards that girls like. But my son doesn’t always have a lot of options. So this year I created these Star Wars Valentines for him to hand out to his friends at school. He’s really excited about them even though Valentine’s Day is over a month away! I had started out just using the classic characters but then I decided I wanted to integrate some of the new Star Wars characters, like BB-8, Rey and Kylo Ren with the classic ones like Chewbacca, Yoda and Darth Vader.

Free Star Wars Printable Valentines with New and Classic Characters

I hope your little Star Wars fan will love them too!

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Printable Star Wars Valentines with New and Classic Characters

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  1. These are some of the best-looking Star Wars valentines out there. The 1st grade kids were so excited to see Star Wars. Thank you for making them available!

  2. These are literally the best! Thank you so much for sharing them! I’m gonna win Valentine’s for my son tomorrow YAY haha.

  3. Thank you for these! Who would have thought a 6 year old boy would be so picky about valentines, but mine is, and picked yours of all the ones I showed him. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Oh YES. You need to start from the very first Star Wars movie and see them all. I still recall going to the theatre when the very first one came out. It was the most awesome movie ever of the times, and watching the rest of the movie unfold was a must for me. Love these Valentines you created and I know your son and his friends are all going to love them… xox

    1. Thanks so much Diane! You’ll be happy to know that a couple of days ago my son and I watched ALL THREE of the original movies! We plan to watch Episode 1-3 next weekend.

    2. Best way to start with Star Wars is in this order:
      4 – A New Hope
      5 – The Empire Strikes Back
      2 – Attack of the Clones
      3 – Revenge of the Sith
      6 – Return of the Jedi
      7 – The Force Awakens

      1 – The Phantom Menace

      #1 is kind of pointless… nothing really ties in to the rest of the saga. Mind you, once you’re caught up, it is a good stand-alone movie.

      If you’re watching the digital versions of 4-6, make sure to watch 2 & 3 before you watch #6… then you’ll know who someone is when they show up in #6. 🙂 (Don’t want to spoil that part on you).

      This list has had lengthy debates in our office… I’m part of a computer programming team and we are all quite passionate about Star Wars.

      A fun little ‘extra’ to watch is Star Wars: The Clone Wars. It takes place in the 3 year time span between #2 and #3. It’s computer animated and kind of leads in to The Clone Wars TV series, but it’s a fun little extra to round out that part of the story.

      Another extra that’s due to come out this coming December, is Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. It takes place between #3 and #4 and rounds out that part of the story as well. When you watch #4, there is a very important object in the film that people are risking their lives over… Rogue One is going to show us how they come in to possession of that object. (Trying to be as vague as possible so I don’t give anything away)

      Happy watching and welcome to Star Wars!