Valentine’s Day has become an extremely popular holiday in recent years, so most people want to treat a loved one with a nice gift.
In order not to spend insane sums of money on ordinary gifts, I have one proposal for an affordable and exceptional thing that will surely delight your partner.
Even if you don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, you can show your loved one that you care with an original handmade greeting card.
It’s a great idea that anyone can make and from the things he probably already has around the house.
You can always add some details that will give a personal mark to the greeting card and make it a valuable gift.
Here’s how to make a simple Valentine’s Day greeting card in two steps.
Supplies you will need:
- Paper Cardstock (For the base)
- One 3D Mini Heart
- Black Marker
- Paper Glue
- Scissors (Optional)
Instructions for making Valentine’s Day greeting card:
Step #1 – SHAPE THE PATTERNED PAPER
After you have decided on a design paper if possible fold it in half, so you get that square shape. If that’s not the case, you will need scissors to cut the paper in order to get the desired shape.
However, if you prefer the rectangle shape or any other that is also a great idea. That’s how you put your own mark on this craft.
STEP #2 – WRITE A LOVE NOTE
Use the black marker to write the desired love message. I wrote “Love.” Simple and nice. After that decorate the card with 3D hearts. (See the photo below)
I believe that most of you will spend Valentine’s Day in the arms of your loved one, with some romantic dinner, sensual snack and wine… Yet, if you want to express your love and affection to your partner or sympathy in an original way, I suggest you make a love card yourself!
Happy Valentine’s Day! ❤️️
Lots of Love,
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