Valentines Cards / January 3, 2019 / Eve Owen
At Christmas gift your children a photo Christmas card of the previous years gone by when they played in the snow and pestered Santa for gifts. But Valentines day cards continue to outsell all other cards for every other holiday except for Christmas and New Year. Children love to receive candy and cards anytime. To get the perfect photo Christmas card plan in advance and keep your camera ready. When you get a great "picture moment" start clicking. If you want to get a good family picture for Christmas you can use a tripod and take a lovely family photo. Photo greeting cards go easy on your pocket also as they are very cost effective. These photo cards can be printed and designed at very economical rates. The additional advantage is the variety of these cards which make it even popular.
If your child seems to want to use only Valentines that are store bought this should be okay as well. Allow them to pick those that they find enjoyable and help them to make those for others as well. Valentines Day is a wonderful occasion for giving your loved ones handmade greeting cards but coming up with Valentine card ideas all by yourself is not always easy. After all you want your card to be special and something your loved ones will always treasure. Choosing the right motif or embellishment for your Valentine card is the key to a great card. Your embellishment generally becomes the focal point of your card and the element that stands out the most so think carefully about what you want to use. The scrapbooking industry always makes sure we have plenty of different Valentines Day embellishments to choose but do not let yourself be overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices.
The paper can be folded cut shaped in any way that they would like it to be. Heres one project to try: * Fold the paper in half and then fold it in half again in the other direction. * Trim the outer edge as desired and cut a straight line diagonally across the folded corner. This will make a diamond shape in the middle. * Fold it diagonally. Cut hearts along the diagonal line. When the paper is unfolded there is a line of pin pricks which make it look much like a piece of lace. * Add this lacy paper to the top of a piece of pink or red paper. * Add decorations such as a picture of cupid a coloring of a rose or anything that is enjoyable. This is a simple affordable way to make homemade Valentines that parents and other friends will love to hang on to for many years to come.