Valentine's day - by the way- for people who are single is very often a day that makes them feel miserable and alone and left out.
As there is an old tradition to send Valentine's cards anonymously, you can always send one to someone you like( but not fancy ) who you think would be terribly cheered up by getting a card.They don't need to know it's only from you!!
I did that once to two people I worked with who were both single and miserable and unhappy because it was Valentine's day. It cheered them up no end- and they actually married each other.They never knew where the card was from !Hahaha!
So get crafting with your Valentine's day cards- and then you can do some good deeds .
Here is how:
Get a page of an old calendar that you like and which has a colour you think will work- I chose a page of pink roses- as below. Put the template on the calendar page, draw the image using the template as guidance.
Cut out with scissors .
Get some white card, about A3 size which you fold double and double again as below, just as you see as cards are done which you buy in a shop.( Here below).
Get an copy-right free sihouette image from the Internet that you like that is related Valentine's day.This could be a dancing couple, or a man on his knees declaring his love, whatever you like
Trace this image or draw it freehand on card, then cut out with scissors so you have a template as below.
Get a page of an old calendar that you like and which has a colour you think will work- I chose a page of a herbaceous border with hot pink - as below. Put the template on the calendar page, draw the image using the template as guidance.
Cut out with scissors .Cut some small hearts form the same page.
Print a page with a Valentine's greeting or poem if you are so inclined- or just a simple " Be my Valentine".
Glue this page inside the card on the right hand side.
Glue the small hearts you cut out around it.
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