Unique Valentines Day cards are booming everywhere! Give something fun to a secret crush, your grade schoolers classmates or your life-long love. There is something for everyone from easy DIYs, quick printables and a few fabulous Etsy card inspirations.
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Activity cards can be fun for all ages. Present your valentine with a fun fortune telling card. This DIY card could get really creative! The fortunes on the inside could go as far as presenting fun things to do with your day/evening when you give it over... if you have made mystery plans for your crush or loved one, you could let them choose their fortune of events such as dinner, dancing, drinks, foot rub, shots, wine, make-out... you get the picture. ;)
What a fun candy-pouch card! Don't get me started on the fact that you get to use patterned paper! This handmade perforated jagged opening made with the sewing machine (minus thread). Makes me think of a broken heart, sort of the opposite of what you want for V-day but cute nonetheless.
I love how this card will take a little bit of thought from the giver and a little bit of time to go through from the receiver. A great way to use a variety of patterned paper and palette.
Font based cards with a lot of white space are quite trendy and really fun. Minimal and direct.
I can think of so many varied ways to expand on some of these ideas. Rounded corners and paper lace, sewing machine stitching, patterned paper. Cute, spunky and elegant sums up this group. Super quick to DIY yourself with a bit of inspiration!
Fun and funky is always a hit for a crush or lover. What I love most about this card is the inspiration to create a word-pattern in Seamless Studio with many fonts and simple graphics.
When I break out the patterned paper to make just one card, I find myself torn between what to settle on. This is a great way to use a fun mix of patterns, shapes and fonts. Originally used for a Mothers Day gift/card, it could be used for anything really, especially a Valentine.
What kid wouldn't want a bug, pencil, car, or crayon valentine? A much better idea than a box of candy - their parents will appreciate it, trust me!
Stamp pad, pencils (with erasers) and paper - DONE! What an awesome and simply quick DIY idea for a valentines day card and any other card or art project.
Vintage inspired valentine printables - need I say more?
Of course envelopes of all shapes and sizes are useful for dressing up a simple sweet note. A few nifty and unique ways to present a valentine.
Whatever you decide to give your pals, lover or secret crush this year, make it colorful and creative! You still have time to pull together some of these ideas this weekend. What have you done or are you doing?