Easy Mass Valentine's Card

by Stephanie White
(Englewood, CO)

My husband, daughter, and I moved to Colorado a short time ago after living in Georgia our whole lives. I've been sending a lot of cards back home to Georgia, because I want my friends and family to know that I am always thinking about them. I came up with this card because it is easy to make and duplicate and because the sentiment is so true. Enjoy.

  1. Make card from cardstock.

  2. Cut and emboss white panel.

  3. Die cut heart.

  4. Punch puzzle piece from heart and adhere heart to embossed white panel. (Make sure you keep the punched out puzzle piece)

  5. Stamp "Happy Valentine's Day" on bottom of white panel where embossing folder did not reach.

  6. Adhere white panel to front of card.

  7. Print inside sentiment and adhere punched puzzle piece above sentiment. (I used glue dots, but foam tape would be cute, too!)

  8. Adhere inside sentiment panel to card.

  9. Decorate the envelop with heart stamps/stickers.

  10. Mail to your family and friends to let them know you love them.

To save paper, you could just make this a front and back Valentine!

Final Size: 5 x 7

Tools and Supplies Used:

  • Embossing folder: The Paper Studio doodle hearts

  • Die: Provo Craft Cricut Cartridge Accent Essentials

  • Paper punch: Punch Bunch

  • Stamp: Craft Smart

  • Adhesives: Glue Dots, Scotch Advanced Tape Runner

I am working on a blog that will be at stephysays.com. It's not up yet, but keep checking back!

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