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Valentine's Day DIY Cards

Ledges at Johnston Blog, Johnston, RI  Celebrate Valentine's Day by making one of these Valentine's Day cards we're sharing in today's post!

Here on the Ledges at Johnston Blog, we want to celebrate Valentine’s Day! In today’s post, we’ll be sharing some Valentine’s Day card projects you can make at your apartment this month. Give these cards out to loved ones as a special gift. We hope you enjoy your month here in Johnston, RI!


Origami Heart Cards from Omiyage Blogs

This is a fun craft to show your love for that special someone. To make these cards you’ll need to make origami hearts using red and pink paper. Cut out a square card using cardstock or buy a stack of blank white cards. Using stamps or just your own handwriting, write “I Heart You” or “Be My Valentine” or whatever message you want to write onto the card. Glue on the hearts to the card above your written message and that’s it!


DIY Valentine Stamps from Little Monster

Make this fun heart stamp for simple Valentine’s Day cards. Gather up these supplies: craft foam sheets, wood blocks, wood glue, an X-ACTO knife, and a pen or pencil.


Valentine Candy Box from The Crafted Life

To send a sweet message along with some candy hearts, make this Valentine candy box. You’ll need a small box, mini pom poms, patterned paper, scissors, Mod Podge, a sponge brush, a hot glue gun, a bone folder, stamps, ink, and candy hearts.


Handmade Valentines: Heart Shaped Crayons from The Nerd’s Wife

These crayon hearts are a great gift for a child’s class or for any creative friend. You’ll need 60-75 crayons, a sharp knife, and a silicone heart-shaped mold. Print out the downloadable messages onto cards, then glue the crayon heart onto the card and you’re set!


DIY Watercolor Cards from My Beautiful Everyday

These simple watercolor cards are so pretty and fun to make. You’ll need watercolor paper, watercolor paints, a paint brush, paper towels, a cup of water, scissors, cardstock, and a pencil.


How do you like to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Share any ideas with us in the comments below. Thanks for reading and visit the Ledges at Johnston Blog again soon!