Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, what plans do you have with your hubby and/or kids? My husband and I don’t really celebrate it because of practical reasons like traffic jams and packed restaurants. And if we were to go on a date, we have to bring the kids since they don’t have a nanny. It’s going to be a very ordinary day for us.
But, I have been bitten by the love bug and decided to do something for Valentine’s. Not a grand romantic gesture, though, I made a cymple Valentine’s Day card inspired by the song Love Is An Open Door from the movie Frozen. I would like to share it with you.
I gathered my materials:
- 2 pieces colored papers, one light blue, one pink (I didn’t want to use the usual color red)
With the folded paper in portrait orientation, glue the cut paper to the bottom half so that the card opens like an awning window. It can also open like a book, if you want, but the heart should be cut in a vertical orientation.
After the glue has dried, I wrote the letters on the front and inside the “door”. Then, it’s time to decorate! I placed heart cutouts and sprinkled them with glitters. The lines on my door are made of glue and glitter, too.
Here is the Valentine’s Day card in action, the heart doors open to the words. You could also write a “secret” message inside. Use beads and strings to make a “lock” for the door.
Did you make any Valentine’s Day crafts for your loved ones or with your children? Please share with me your links in the comments, I would love to see them.
Van Cruz-Gabaza says
Aww, that’s just so sweet, sis! So thoughtful and timely (Frozen, hihi! kidding!) When hubby and I weren’t married yet, I always do DIY cards for him, not only during Valentine’s Day but even when there’s no occasion, haha! But now that we’re married and have a son, I feel sad that I haven’t been able to continue doing that, although I know he understands and he doesn’t mind, but still. Anyway, I will do my best to find time soon. Maybe, when our son grows a little bigger, he’d help me, too. That would be awesome! 🙂
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That sure would be wonderful and it would be a lovely surprise for him.
Lovely card and the color is one of my favorite. Never make card this year but next year probably inspired naman ako sa gawa mo Sis.:)
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Thanks, para maiba naman, hindi laging red. Hehe!
Mommy Maye says
I love pink so I love it 🙂 I can remember when was the last time I made a Valentine card. Elementary pa ata ako noon, hehe. Next year I will teach my son how to make a V-card kasi for sure that will be one of his art project 🙂
For sure, lagi naman sa school eh, hehe!
i used to make a valentine card for my momma and she would pin it on our wall.. 🙂
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I’m doing that for my daughter now, hehe!
I remember during my elementary days, valentine’s card is always one of the activities in art subject. From grade 1 to 6. Part na yata ng curriculum ang paggawa ng valentine’s card. hehehe
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Haha! Oo nga eh, my daughter made a card in her class, too.
I made a Fortune Paper Cookie last V-Day for my boyfriend. Though I am not crafty at all, I tried doing so. I want to try something different than a card this time. Yours is cute too! 🙂
Btw, noticed your new layout. Really pretty!
Thanks, Tet! Yes, cards are very usual, I will try a different craft next time. 🙂
Meikah Ybañez-Delid says
Very sweet of you, a card lovingly made by you! 🙂 I love that song from Frozen, too (Actually like everyone else, I love everything about the movie, too!). I just picked out a card and well the message was original tho. hehe
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Thanks! I love crafts but I’m not very “crafty”, hehe!
So cute! I’m a big Frozen fan too. Super love the songs!!! Didn’t know Kristen Bell sang so well too. Happy Valentine’s Day! 🙂 Super love your sidebar btw! *thumbs up*
Thanks, Toni! Hope your Valentine’s was lovely!