Here are easy mini-Valentines to make and share. A perfect craft for beginner paper crafters or even kids!
I love getting packages in the mail. I open and try EVERYTHING! Recently the folks at PaperSource sent me a sample of their Mini-Valentines Kit ($19.95).
I usually like to make everything from scratch with supplies I have on hand, but you know what? This kit was plentiful – Cupid would be proud! all together you can create up to 28 mini-Valentine cards, plus pretty envelopes to go with each one!
NOTE: Even though this was a kit, you can easily cut paper to size to make these types of projects!
Here are some of the inspiration photos that come with the kit. There’s no reason to give up, everything is there for you!
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SUPPLIES for Easy mini-Valentines to make and share
Red, pink, cream and white card stock, cut to 3.5×5 size
Glittered card stock
So I got started making cards. Let me tell you, that one sheet of glitter goes a long way! I cut that baby up and used it for everything big and small!
Start by layering the card stock. Take one card at a time and use the washi tape to add a pattern.
Accent with the hearts and other embellishments.
With a paper folded in half, cut out a heart shape but the leave the fold at the top so it can be a card too!
Use double-sided foam tape to add height to the top pieces.
So here’s the deal, if you don’t have time to order the kit, you can always do this on your own using scrapbook paper and a heart hole punch. Add in some Aleene’s Tacky Dots and you are good to go!