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True Love Card

When celebrating true love, this card says it all.

What You Need:

  • Two-tone card stock
  • Sandpaper
  • Metal mailbox letters
  • Stylus
  • Paper adhesive
  • Acrylic paint, to match card stock
  • Heart charm
  • Ribbon, any color
  • Safety pin

Instructions:

  1. Cut a card from two-tone card stock, and fold with the darker side facing out.
  2. Sand the edges of the card front.
  3. Mat metal mailbox letters on the lighter side of a scrap piece of card stock, emboss them around the edges with a stylus, and adhere them to the card.
  4. Paint the heart charm to match the card and allow it to dry.
  5. Wrap ribbon around the card front.
  6. Attach the charm using a safety pin.

Sources: Two-tone card stock, mailbox letters, paint, ribbon, jump rings, and safety pins by Making Memories.

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