Make homemade Valentine’s Day cards, not on Pinterest, to pass out at school, work or home to show your friends and loved ones you care. These five sites offer great ideas for homemade valentines, and you do not have to sign in or pin anything to get the instructions. Here are my top five, in no particular order:
This site offers printable projects to make Valentine’s Day cards for school parties and other special friends on February 14th. They are separated into sections, such as cards for teachers, hearts made from animals and cartoon characters. Find the perfect expression of love for everyone on your list.
This site offers over 40 different ideas for homemade valentines to pass out to all of your family and friends. They are presented in sections, including greetings with gifts, Disney characters and printable cards. Look at the photos to see the finished project, before you start creating unique crafts to celebrate the annual day of love.
The page on this site has ideas of homemade Valentine’s Day cards listed in a slideshow format with pictures. A few of them can double as gifts, as well. Take some time out of your day to create visually delicious crafts for all of your loved ones to show how much you care about them.
The card center on Martha Stewart’s website has a slideshow of over 40 ideas to make Valentines for school. Browse the pictures to find one or two you like, and, then, click on the accompanying article link for the instructions on how to make them.
Better Homes and Gardens
There’s over 20 projects to choose from on this page, including an accordion heart and an adorable love-struck bird card sure to get someone’s heart all aflutter.
A lot of these sites offer ideas for romantic cards to give to loved ones on different occasions. I have bookmarked a few different homemade Valentine’s Day cards, not on Pinterest, to use on other days of the year.
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