4 Ways to Make a Card for Valentine’s Day


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This article was co-authored by Amy Guerrero. Amy Guerrero is an arts and crafts expert and the owner of Sunshine Craft Company, a crafting studio based in Phoenix, Arizona. Amy specializes in teaching macrame, DIY crafting and fiber arts. She offers monthly in-person and online workshops as well as developing a range of DIY craft kits for projects at home. Amy has a BS in Industrial Design from Philadelphia University. He worked as a graphic designer before starting his own business. Sunshine Craft Company is a creative hub that offers a wide range of workshops, tools and resources for any craft project to inspire creativity and community engagement. This article has been viewed 240,209 times.

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To make a card for Valentine’s Day, make a tic-tac-toe pattern, but use circles and hearts instead of Xs. Then, “You’ve got my heart!” Make a row of 3 hearts in a row with messages! You can also stick a king or queen from a deck of cards in front of a blank card and write “You’re my queen” or “You’re my king” on it. If you want to add candy to your card, stick some wrapped candy in the shape of a heart to the front of the card. Keep reading to learn how to make a Valentine’s Day pop-up card!

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