To save money this year, my husband and I are only giving each other a card for Valentine’s Day. And since I don’t have time to think of something creative on my own, I searched the net and found a few fun options that I though I’d share with you.
This card spells out your feelings. To craft it, you have to use the Cricut™ Personal Electronic Cutter™ and according to the instructions it should take about an hour to complete. Visit Michaels.com for the how-to guide.
Since most of your photos are now digital, create and print your valentine online. Kodak has joined forces with Martha Stewart to create pretty templates that you can say “Happy Valentine’s Day” with. It’s quite simple: select a layout, upload your photo and press print.
I love the stickers by Jolee. They come in every theme imaginable, including: hobbies, professions and holidays. This valentine idea by EK Success is really easy to make, and the candy hearts look good enough to eat. The steps are simple - cutting, folding and pasting - and the supplies needed can be found at any craft store.