Valentines Cards / January 2, 2019 / Bobbi Oneil
But if you are looking for something a little different or more personalised why not consider incorporating your recipients interests or hobbies into your card motifs. For example if your special someone loves to travel maybe you could use the image of a compass with a heart in the middle and the words "My heart always points to you." Or if your special someone is a baseball fan you might include an image of a baseball bat and a heart-shaped baseball. Almost any theme can be easily adapted to suit a Valentines Day card. All you need to do is to work in a little heart or two and your Valentines Day message will be crystal clear. Valentines Day is traditionally a time for sending loved ones and friends greeting cards expressing how much you care about them.
Women connect emotionally and for this reason they like to communicate something deeper to recipients. Therefore you will find that a lot of feelings have been pegged in cards in order to achieve that emotional bond. Another feature is that the cards are very neat. Unlike men women are able to handle them in a delicate manner and when they reach the person intended they stand out as being very neat. There are so many other features and this goes to show that women send the right cards to the people they love. If you are a woman it is essential to know that Valentines cards bought by women need to suit their purpose. In other words you need to know how to choose them if you want to please the person you love. There are several things that you need to consider which include the following.
Choosing your embellishments can be a lot of fun but also a little daunting. The most important thing to remember when choosing the right embellishment for your Valentine card idea is that you are looking for something that will suit your card design and that the recipient of your card will love. Embellishments come in many forms. You can choose from die-cuts stickers epoxy or acrylic stickers three-dimensional stickers chipboard shapes rub-ons buttons sequins ribbons scraps of fabric stamped images brads eyelets snaps or even handmade embellishments you can purchase from other crafters or make yourself. Traditional Valentines card motifs include red love hearts (although why restrict yourself to red?) cupid doves teddy bears and red roses. All of these work well with any Valentine card ideas.