Coming up with new and exciting Valentine’s Day cards each year is not an easy task. There are so many fantastic and creative options out there. Instead of trying to totally reinvent the wheel, I have found that getting a few new supplies can be just what you need to get crafty. This year, with only the help of a new stamp (bought at Michael’s for just $1.00), I was able to create a pretty Valentine’s Day card by reworking and re-imagining some of the supplies I already had on hand.
1. Cut a small square of card stock. Stamp the design of your choice on to the square and set aside.
2. Fold another piece of card stock into the shape and size card that you want. I used half of a sheet folded long ways. Next, measure and cut a piece of baker’s twine that is long enough to drape across the front. Wrap the ends of the twine around to the back of the card and secure with washi tape (or glue, if you don’t have the tape).
3. Cut a piece of tissue paper that is slightly bigger than the card with the design on it.
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