69 Funny Valentine's Day Card Memes and How You Can Create Your Own
In love? Single? It’s complicated? Regardless of your relationship status, I think we can all agree that Valentine’s Day memes are hilarious ways to ask someone “be my valentine?” In 2021, it's especially important for you to express your love or make a move virtually.
Click Background to select a color of your whole image. You can also change your image dimensions to 1:1 for Instagram, 9:16 for portrait/story, 16:9 for landscape, and 5:4 for Youtube, depending on how you will share it.
Now it's time to add the image cutout. Click "Upload" to upload an image from your device or copy/paste an image onto the canvas. Then, use the erase tool to remove the background from the image. Use the magic wand or the pixel eraser to remove the pixels from the background of the image and cutout the subject of the valentine.
You can also use the "Images" tab to search for PNG images as cutouts. I recommend finding an image with a transparent background (helps if you add “PNG” or “transparent” to your search).
You can also use a video or GIF in your valentine.
Step 2: Add your own text
Add your own funny text by clicking the existing text, then select a font from the dropdown menu on the right side. If you want your meme Valentine to be maximum crappy, make sure to use Comic Sans font! Otherwise you can pick whatever font you want.
Step 3: Finish and share
When you are happy with your Valentine, click Export Image in the top right corner. When your image is done loading, click Download to download the image to your device. You can then send the file to your friends directly or copy and paste the Kapwing link to share it.
Thanks for reading this article, Happy Valentine’s Day! Share your meme with us on social media @kapwingapp! And let us know your favorite crappy Valentine.
If you'd like to make some genuine Valentine ecards (sure to get an "awwwww" from your significant other) check out our article on Valentine's Day ecards. For more ideas, tutorials, and features, browse the Kapwing Resources page or our YouTube channel for more modern media tips.