It’s not too late to get creative for Valentine’s Day. Try these quick and cute cards for kids, adults and friends.
Kids are going crazy for Legos thanks to “The Lego Movie.” Fan the flame and create a little peer envy with easy-to-make Lego heart Valentine’s Day cards.
Mommy Loves Coffee
What kid wouldn’t snap at the chance to give or receive this Valentine’s Day card? Fill the pillow box with a sugary treat for kids to chomp on. Note: This fairly complicated project is not for beginners.
Skip to My Lou
Steal your Valentine’s heart with a cute (and safe) card stock gun and holster. Print, cut, fold and glue. Add a stick of your favorite chewing gum and voila!
My Crazy Life as a Farmer’s Wife
Finally, a card that’s just “write” for allergen-free classrooms! Instead of candy, give a healthy, useable treat that will likely last for weeks instead of hours. Print the card, cut a pair of slits and insert a pencil.
Acknowledge the know-it-all kids (and maybe a few of their parents) with an easy 3-D Valentine’s Day card. Add a couple rolls of Smarties candies to make sure everyone knows you’re (sort of) kidding.
FOR THE WITTY:
Not crafty? No worries! Ewe won’t have any trouble crafting this adorable card. Perfect for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries or just telling a friend how much ewe care. Card stock and a printer are the only supplies you’ll need.
Among the growing list of bacon-inspired gifts comes this card from Zazzle.
If you have a mustache, want a mustache or know someone who has a mustache, consider Valentine’s Day cards in the form of a question.
Let your sweetheart know how long you’ll love them with this owl-themed card.
Bugs and Fishes
Sometimes a clever and creative pun is hard to “beet!” Designer Erin Jang creates catchy and beautiful Valentine’s cards.
The Indigo Bunting
Are you and your partner inseparable?
Reignite the spark in your relationship and remind your Valentine that you’re a perfect pair. (Here’s another card for the perfect “pear.”)
Bespeckled mates attract.
What’s more personal than your fingerprint?