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Red alphabet stickers pop against the black and white tiled background. A pattern of swirls is created when identical patterns are aligned.
Sources: Patterned paper by KI Memories. Stickers by Doodlebug Design. Design by Polly Maly.
Cut these mod shapes from patterned paper using a circle cutter or other household items.
Sources: Patterned paper by Cloud 9 Design. Rub-ons by Heidi Grace Designs. Punches, circle templates by Fiskars. Design by Erin Roe.
Translate your love with pictograms. Crop two photos to the same size and mount to card stock. Add simple stickers or cutouts to spell out the rest of the equation.
Sources: Embossed paper by Lasting Impressions for Paper. Stickers by Pebbles Inc. Punch by Marvy Uchida. Design by Nia Reddy.
Print the message and red tags on white card stock, then cut out and ink the edges for pop factor. Then apply a white rub-on sentiment to the blue base.
Sources: Card stock by Bazzill Basics Paper. Fonts are Abadi Condensed (tag), Laine Day (greeting) off the Internet. Ink is StazOn by Tsukineko. Brads by Cloud 9 Design. Punches by Fiskars. Design by Erin Roe.
Cut these plaid and houndstooth shapes from the downloadable pattern link below. Then add your own quote bubble (pun optional)!
Sources: Patterned paper by Cloud 9 Design (pink, blue, red), Making Memories (brown). Punches, shape template by Fiskars. Stickers, chipboard, rub-ons by Cloud 9 Design. Design by Erin Roe.
Creating your own graphic on the computer is simple -- just layer text and images in your editing software. Print on photo paper for sleek shine. For the base of the card, use a strip of ribbon to cover the seam of two pieces of card stock.
Sources: Card stock by Bazzill Basics Paper. Font is An Unfortunate Event off the Internet. Digital brushes by 8Nero. Design by Erica Hernandez.
Hand-make a love note for your sweetie this Valentine's Day. The next two slides explain how to create these hand-stitched cards.
Tip: Remember that paper folds better with its grain. To determine the grain, flex the paper in a U shape both lengthwise and widthwise. The bend that offers the least resistance is with the grain.
Simply adhere a child's art to the center of the card, then add a computer- or hand-printed text. Finish the card with a fun ribbon bow.
Sources: Card stock by Bazzill Basics Paper. Font is Andy off the Internet. Design by Erica Hernandez.
This four-panel accordion-fold card makes a caring statement -- especially when you use a selection of red-and-white papers and graduated die-cut hearts.
To make a statement with a card, make it stand. It's simple: fold two or three 1-1/2-inch-high accordion folds in a long piece of card stock. Glue or tape hearts to the front of the folds as shown.
Glue two decorative hearts (one larger than the other) together, or sew together along the center for a quick card. Just buy decorative papers with romantic designs for a simple yet affectionate greeting.
To create this quick card, simply cut heart shapes out of decorative paper and arrange like petals around a circle on white card stock.
Give hugs and kisses to someone you love by making this simple card. Just cut or punch out a heart from pretty pink paper and glue it on white card stock. Punch a hole at the top of two pieces of card stock, then slip a ribbon through each to hold them together. Write a note to someone you care about on the inside of the card.
Fun, sophisticated, and simple: This boldly colored card shows how much you care.
Square and heart-shape punches (along with paper edgers) make this card fun and easy to assemble.
Simple yet sophisticated, this romantic card (with suspended heart) is a perfect way to let someone see what's in your heart.
A stitch here, a stitch there shows how much you care. To express your affection, sew a heart for your sweetheart.
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