Easy Handmade Valentine Cards

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Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

So excited to be joining Crafty Hangouts in celebrating Valentine’s Day with American Crafts products!

Valentine's Day Crafty Hangouts

I received a goodie box with all sorts of deliciousness: card stock, glitter paper, self adhesive ribbon, embellishments and more.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

I am a scrapbooker from way back and I knew I wanted to make some easy handmade Valentine cards for some special folks in my life.

For all the cards I made I cut the 12×12 cardstock into an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet which I then cut in half. These cards measure 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 when folded.

After cutting a smaller piece of corrugated paper I then used this adorable pink ribbon and merely cut off one flower and glued with a pop dot.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

If you like bling this glitter paper is amazing and doesn’t get glitter everywhere! The xoxo are Thicker stickers.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

To the card below I added some ribbon from my stash, along with an embellishment glued to a cardstock square.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

This card is patterned paper from my scrap paper stash glued to a white cardstock base with a heart cut by hand and ribbon bow added.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

This card has burlap cardstock attached to a white base. Have you ever heard of such a thing? The burlap is amazing! I simply added a border strip and buttons to give it a little dimension.

Easy Handmade Valentine Cards - Marty's Musings

All the specific details for this project are in this short video below. Enjoy!

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Disclosure: I was provided with product from American Crafts, but my love of all their products comes from me!

Want to see more of my crafty projects?

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and Christmas cards with the Cricut diecutting machine.

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Comments

  1. These are adorable cards are so expensive and not as cute as these. Thank you Marty!

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