Valentines Cards / January 3, 2019 / Gladys Hayden
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.
Everything its on the internet including these animated valentine cards. All you have to do is to be patient and choose from that vast collection of valentine cards because believe me there are plenty of them the one that express better your feelings. Valentine cards to send should be special. The kinds of cards you choose to give to others on the special day of love really matter. Therefore Valentine cards to send should have that personal touch and it is vital for you to start thinking of how you can achieve this. There are many things that you need to consider before you send that suitable card but you must spare some time. Time is one major factor that people do not have. We all have time but the way we choose to spend it makes the difference.
2. Your embellishments. Once again there are literally thousands of Valentines embellishments to choose from. There is everything from stickers to 3D stickers to rub-ons to chipboard to stamped images...the list is endless. You can even make your own with scraps of patterned paper. Whatever you choose make sure it matches your color scheme and is something the recipient of your card will appreciate. If your special someone hates teddy bears and roses do not use them. If you are struggling for Valentine card ideas think about what the recipient loves to do. If he loves to fish perhaps you could use a fishing hook with a heart on the end or if he likes football you could feature a football with a heart in the middle. Featuring your special someones favourite hobbies and activities will help express just how much you care about them.