Diy valentine card ideas
Nothing says “from the heart” love a crafty yarn project. But, unlike other yarn projects, these yarn heart cards are actually simple and quick.
It’s a win-win!
I Need S’More Friends Love You
Speaking of simple and quick, what’s easier than printing a label and stuffing a bag with edible goodies? These simple s’mores valentines will, no doubt, be the hit of the class! And as a bonus, there’s plenty of room on the back of the printouts for your kid to record personalized messages.
Getting a Valentine’s Day card is always a treat, and giving one can feel even better than receiving one.
And for a holiday that focuses on what’s in the heart, a homemade card can be the perfect way to really show how much you care. Skip the journey to Hallmark this year and really show your love with these adorable Valentine’s Day designs. If you desire to give something that’s shows your love, we’ve got you covered with cute DIY or buyable cards for your kids, friends, husband, or wife this year.
Whether you desire something sweet, sentimental, or punny, we’ve rounded up plenty of options that you’ll be proud to give to your Valentine. Some even include tasty treats and candies and others own enjoyment crafting projects that’ll be enjoyment for your Valentine endless after the holiday has passed.
Don’t let the cuteness idiot you, these Valentine’s Day cards are simple to make and assemble, so they’re grand options even for last-minute Valentine’s Day plans.
It’s not just your significant other who should get a special Valentine’s Day message this February 14.
Pass thoughtful, heartfelt notes to your friends and family members with these best DIY Valentine’s Day cards that are certain to bring a grin to their faces. Numerous of these ideas will also work well as Valentine’s Day craft for your children to bring to school to put in their classmates’ Valentine’s Day boxes.
If you’re looking to get your kids involved with a crafty card, there are lots of ideas that fit this bill, such as the kissing pop-up card that uses a cutout of their hand or the fingerprint dandelion card. If you need to make a lot of cards with which to pass out candy with, there are numerous printable ones with silly Valentine’s Day puns written on them that you can own ready in no time. Or, if you’d rather make a homemade card with room to record a special message (and maybe a romantic Valentine’s Day quote for your partner), there are several options that hold the inside empty to pen your thoughts.
Tell those around you how much they really matter to you this year with one of these cute, simple DIY Valentine’s Day cards.
Customer Reviews for DIY Valentine's Day Cards
poor quality paper and colors, printed with websiteThis product is completely disappointing, unfortunately. The cards are not precisely folded, the paper is of inferior quality, the «pink» is dull and dark, and each card is printed with the Oriental Trading website and other alphanumeric info, which was not disclosed on the posted item description, and further detracts from the original purpose of this product.
I would love a refund.February 22, 2017 – San Francisco February 18, 2018 – Linton, ND These cards were the perfect size for our craft. They are nice quality and the colors were bright. The only downfall was not to use gel pens as they will wipe off due to the glossy finish.Awesome for Valentine’s Day gramsThe price is amazing, and these empty cards are perfect for the candy grams we’re putting together for our office on Valentine’s Day!
The colors are nice and bright, and they are the ideal size for just a quick little note.February 01, 2018 – Denver, CO January 28, 2018 – Illinois These empty cards can be used for multiple projects, not just Valentines.February 11, 2017 – Humboldt County My class used these empty cards along with other art supplies to custom individual Valentine’s to take home and share in class.
It was an simple starting point. I do wish there was a non-glossy option though.February 07, 2017 – Ny Normally I make my own card bases, but it is extremely time consuming so when I need to make a lot of cards in a short time I will go with a premade base. These are extremely nice and work well with various card making methods.Really excited to discover these!I’m using these in conjunction with stickers for children to make cards for the elderly at church. So excited I could discover bulk empty cards!
Even though it is for Easter, they will love these! Grand deal too!!January 31, 2017 – PA March 04, 2015 – Iowa This was a set of 24 cards which worked well for my son’s class. My only complaint is that the pink color is not extremely pink.Markers smeared on the paper, colored pencils tore the paper, crayons worked but were extremely hard to see.
Poor quality over every. Would own sent them back if I had not ordered them so late.Write a Review
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Something crazy (and time/brain/emotion consuming) is going on in this household and I’m still trying to digest the changes that are happening here.
I know, totally vague and totally annoying to you, my sweet readers.
But a few more details own to happen before sharing. Don’t worry, it’s nothing bad, scary or unlucky. But that’s why I’ve been a little MIA lately. I’ll share soon though, I promise. :)
In the meantime, my kids own been asking what helpful of Valentine’s they can bring to school this year. Just a reminder, my kids LOVE cutting/gluing/assembling/(making messes)/etc……..so, Valentine’s is kinda their thing.
Don’t get me incorrect though, store bought Valentine’s own been our friend several times in the past. But, since we own more than 2 weeks to spare, we’re going to jump on this and throw glitter and foam cutouts around this weekend!
I shared several of my favorite Valentine’s Day Card ideas final year……and own even more “favorites” this year. So, if you’re going to tug out the glue, glitter, and craft paper this weekend too, maybe some of these ideas will inspire you!
Let me know if you discover some others!
Valentine Face Cards by Living Locurto
I “WHEELIE” Love You Valentine by Creating Really Awesome Free Things
“Orange You Glad” Valentine’s by Crafting in the Rain
Bubble Valentine by The Girl Creative
Parachute Valentines by Paging SuperMom
I “Mustache” You a Question Valentine by I Can Teach My Child
“Dino-Mite” Valentine by Hello Design Meet Life
Paper Heart Pouches by In My Own Style
Tic Tac Valentines by Somewhat Simple
Minecraft Valentine by Chica Circle
You’re My Main “SQUEEZE” Valentine by Funky Polka Dot Giraffe
Cupid Sucker Valentine Cards by Me!
(Make It and Love It)
You Are Really Sharp by The Crafting Chicks
Blow Me A Kiss by The Frugal Girls
You’re Awesome Sauce by Delia Creates
“Frozen” Olaf Valentine’s by One Creative Mommy
“Extra” Special Valentine by Crafting Chicks
Blow Up My Heart by Brilliant School House
Frog Valentine by The Crafting Chicks
Valentine Pencils by Simply J Studio
Valentine Sucker Card by Me! (Make It and Love It)
Time To Be My Valentine by The Crafting Chicks
Love Bug Valentine by Dandee
Stitched Heart Bookmarks by Thirty Handmade Days
Super Heroes by Little Bit Funky
You Color My World by Crazy Little Projects
Fish Valentine by I Heart Naptime
Mustache and Lip Suckers by The Crafting Chicks
Monkey and Lion by Fiskars
Bubble Valentine by Armelle
Bouncy Ball Valentine by Paging SuperMom
You “RULE” Valentine by Taryn Cox The Wife
“Whistling” Valentine by U Create
Tic Tac Toe by Shim and Sons
Wand Valentine by U Create
Glow Stick Valentines by Delia Creates
You Rock by Fiskars
Candy Filled Valentines by The 36th Avenue
Favorite Fish in the Sea by The Crafting Chicks
You Light Up My Life by eighteen25
Every of them. :)
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Wondering what Valentine's Day activities you can do for elementary students? Here are classroom Valentine card ideas that are certain to be an overall success!
Who said Valentine’s Day cards should be run-of-the-mill and store-bought? Own a little enjoyment — and quality bonding time — with your kids by letting them show off their creativity with these crafty DIY Valentines Day card ideas.
The best part?
These Valentine’s Day ideas for kids aren’t just limited to classroom parties or school; they’re excellent for showing other significant people (including family members) just how special they are!
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The Kissing Hand
Based on the bestselling book by Audrey Penn, these “The Kissing Hand” pop-up cards aren’t just excellent for Valentine’s Day — they can be perfect little reminders of just how special someone is any time of the year.
A tried-and-true tradition. So it only makes sense that you would attach friendship bracelets to cute printables and pass them out on Valentine’s Day, right? The best part? Your kid has full reign over what they glance like! Bonus Tip: This craft is an especially grand way to utilize that Christmas present your kid got, as seen in this “il-‘loom’-inating” version!
Your child’s not into cutesy hearts and glitter, you say? No worries — these “love bug” valentines are certain to make a large impression!