How to Make a Personalised Valentine’s Day Card

Photo Cards provide the perfect opportunity to reminisce about a special moment that you and your loved one shared together. Whether it’s a relative, a friend, or a partner, a Personalised Valentine’s Day Card is just the right sentiment to show someone how much you love them.

Our Cards allow you to get personal by adding your own message, so that you won’t be searching the shops to find something that says “I love you” the way you want it said.

At Truprint, it’s super easy to make a Personalised Valentine’s Day Card online. Our online tool guides you through the design process from start to finish. Keep reading to find out how to make your very own Personalised Valentine’s Day Card this year:

Step 1: Navigate to Cards

Once you’ve logged in to your account, simply click ‘Cards’ or ‘Valentines Gift Ideas’ from the Truprint homepage.


Step 2: Find Valentine’s Cards

If you’ve landed on the ‘Cards’ page, click ‘Valentines Cards’ underneath the ‘Greetings’ subheading.

Step 3: Select a Card

From here, you can take a browse through our Valentines Day designs! Once you’ve spotted a card that takes your fancy, click on it, then click ‘Create Now’.


Step 4: Personalise!

You’ll then be taken to the card builder. Here you can get creative and add your own images, text and embellishments to truly make your Valentine’s Card a personalised masterpiece that your special someone will love.

Step 5: Review & Buy

Once you’re happy with your creation, review your card by clicking ‘Review & Buy’ and proceed to the checkout! It’s as simple as that.


35% OFF Personalised Valentine’s Day Cards

Until 7th February 2019, we’re giving 35% OFF all Photo Cards (including Valentine’s Day Cards!). To apply your 35% discount, use code SENDLOVE19 at checkout. See all of our Valentine’s Day Cards here.

Please Note: For delivery before Valentine’s Day, please place your order on or before Thursday 7th February 2019. Orders placed after this date are not guaranteed to arrive before February 14th.