CraftSanity On TV: ‘Take Five’ Craft Segment on Valentine’s Day Crafts

by jennifer

Today on Take Five & Company, I showed several basic ideas to get your creative juices flowing in time for Valentine’s Day. Here’s a Valentine’s Day card project to get you started. I’ll post more this weekend.

Stitch a lovely message for your sweetie.
To make the card in the photo above. Grab a piece of card stock, or buy a pack of blank cards. Write your message in pencil on the front of a card, then trace the lines with little stitches. I used the back stitch. The result is so much more personal than a store-bought card.

You can cover the stitching on the inside of the card by gluing a piece of decorative paper over it, but it’s okay to leave the reverse side of the stitching exposed if you want.

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I’m impressed you should think of something like that April 28, 2016 - 8:31 pm

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