20 Vampire Valentine’s Day Cards for That Special Someone

When it comes to Valentine’s Day, I’ve looked at a number of vampire goodies for our fans over the last five years. Last year, I checked out some unique items on Etsy. Back in 2017, I went dark and dove head first into the gritty world of vampire sex toys. In 2016, went more traditional in with vampire flowers and teddy bears.

Reflecting on my past articles got me thinking back to when we were kids. Valentine’s Day was more about handing out Valentines to your friends at school. You remember the ones? Little cheesy cards that came in a box and you just had to write names on them. On the actual day, I remember our teachers would get us to make little mail boxes to collect the cards in at the end of the day.

This got me thinking. I wanted to see what vampire Valentine’s Day cards I could track down. Cheesiness is the one thing that hasn’t changed over the years! Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!


  1. checked out some unique items on Etsy: Erin Chapman, “Sink Your Fangs into These: 5 Etsy Gifts You Can Buy for Your Vampire Valentine,” Vamped, February 14, 2018, accessed February 10, 2019,
  2. vampire sex toys: Erin Chapman, “Love After Dark: 5 Naughty Gifts for the Vampire in Your Life,” Vamped, February 14, 2017, accessed February 10, 2019,
  3. vampire flowers and teddy bears: Erin Chapman, “Love Bites: 5 Last Minute Gift Ideas for Your Vampire Valentine,” Vamped, February 14, 2016, accessed February 10, 2019,

Written by Erin Chapman

Erin is a freelance journalist. She is Operations Co-ordinator for the Vampire Studies Association. She is the owner of Morbid Planet and The Paleo Penguin. She has 2 turtles, has 15 piercings and 5 tattoos, and loves walking around in bare feet. She lives in Vancouver, Canada.

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