Valentine Day Cards
Valentine's Day is a day to celebrate love, the most beautiful feeling in the world.
1. Pull Their Heartstrings
An airplane chased by a lovey dovey contrail, a heart shaped lock with skeleton key, two little lovebirds sitting on a wire these garland style cards simply require ribbon, cord, or twine. Mixing patterned and solid color papers helps create contrast and adds visual interest.
2. Accordion Envelope Card
This accordion card gives you an opportunity to celebrate your sweetheart s many virtues, call up special memories, and showcase tiny trinkets. Fill the envelopes with handwritten notes, assorted mementos, and little presents such as gift cards or movie tickets.
3. Pop Up Cards
When you really care, you just have to get all up in their faces and these pop up cards pack a loving punch.
4. Chalkboard Valentine Photo Card
A chalkboard valentine allows for countless changes of heart. Make the prop out of foam board covered with chalkboard self adhesive paper. Write a message for one love, take a picture, and then erase it and write another note. Mail or email the photos.
5. Clip Art Cards
A crush can be more powerful than a locomotive. It can also be as sweet as a hand delivered note, or as cheerily optimistic as an upturned mailbox flag. These clip art illustrations require a few simple cuts and a couple of pieces of tape. The little envelope acts as a card within a card, containing a secret love note or special gift card.
6. Folded Cards
What better way to communicate your love to your main squeeze than with an accordion fold card? A quick print, cut, and crease is all it takes to make a card with a trio of hearts, a big LOVE, or sweet old XOXOs.
7. Abstract Rose Print
Stamping tools constructed from corrugated cardboard and a wine cork make beautiful flower motifs. To make the cards below, round the edges of colored paper with scissors or a corner punch, apply the markings, and attach to card stock with spray adhesive.
8. Quilling Valentines
Classic valentine messages never go out of style. You can shape individual strips of paper, curling the ends as you would a ribbon, to form letters that resemble calligraphy. Use carefully placed dabs of craft glue to hold each letter in place on a card.
9. Doily Envelopes
Paper doilies make delightful, lacy sleeves for hand delivered valentines. Fold different kinds of doilies to show off particular elements of their patterns a starry mandala, a ring of wheeling snowflakes, a fragile open heart. With the embossed side of the doily face up, fold in the sides, then fold up the bottom.
10. Block Print Valentines
Dating back to ninth century China, block printing involves transferring an ink impression of a design carved in wood, linoleum, or other engravable medium to another surface. Once a design is chosen and then carved, it can be used to make an unlimited number of prints.
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