DIY Valentine’s I-Love-You From The Button of my Heart Card is an easy craft for little ones to make while showing their love to a family member, a friend, or a teacher. [Video tutorial is included.]
Doesn’t it warm your heart when your little one runs up to you, wraps his little arms, looks up at you, and says, “I love you!” These are some of the most genuine compliments because it’s from their little hearts, showing their unconditional, utter, beautiful LOVE! So, help this holiday your little one say “I love you” with this simple DIY Valentine’s Button I-Love-You Card little hands can make!
You’ll Need for a DIY Valentine’s Button I-Love-You Card
First, fold the cardstock in half to make a card. Then, trace and cut out a heart shape. Finally, adhere the contact paper under the heart-shaped cutout. Lastly, use buttons to decorate the sticky side of the contact paper.
Make sure to secure the tape sticky side up.
DIY Valentine’s Button I-Love-You Card Tips
Remember, there are no rules when expressing your creative side! Although, you can discuss complementary color pairs, like red and green or purple and yellow. Complimentary colors, when placed next to each other, provide high contrast and high impact color combination, thus making each stand out more.
Valentine’s Day Cards
Valentine’s Day is a perfect opportunity to express gratitude, appreciation, and affection, whether it is for a spouse/partner, child, best friend, parents, or grandparents!
And there is just something special about Valentine’s Day that sparks off a card exchange! We all feel the need to share a special act of admiration, and our little ones feel the same way!
Is making Valentine’s cards part of your family tradition? Did you enjoy our DIY Valentine’s Button I-Love-You Card?
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