Valenties Day Hybrids

So the past week I have been REALLY into creating some hybrid Valentines day projects for the house and found a couple cute ideas I wanted to share! I created them all digitally and printed them out on my computer.

This first one is a playing deck card box that I am printing out and folding for Caulen’s class valentines day projects. You can find a Poker card box online, as a template. I found mine here and made the green lines super light so you can see them enough for folding but you wont be able to see them unless you are really, really up close.  I also sized them down a little smaller so two boxes would fit on my 8.5×11 photo paper so I don’t waste paper and ink. Aside from cutting them out this is a really easy and cute project to do for your kids school parties or other fun gifts you can think of. If you would like the exact template/print out that I used and designed feel free to email me amy@digitalscrapbookmemories.com, and I will be more than happy to give it to you for free. :) That way all you have to do is print,fold and cut your way into a cute gift for Valentines Day.

 

I have tons of photos in frames around my house, and I wanted to create something different so I found that word art in frames works really well together. The best part is that you can change them out with every coordinating season or holiday and have new decorations for only a few cents all the time! This is what I came up with for a Valentines Day word art frame. I found the frames for about 5.00 at Michales, the ribbon was 2.99 for one roll and some Modge Podge to hold the ribbon to the frame.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The last thing I have created, so far, for Valenties Decorations in a”Be Mine” banner. It was really easy to create the template (if you want it for free please email me: amy@digitalscrapbookmemories.com) that fits onto an 8.5×11 piece of photo paper that you can design and print out on your own. Now I know mine looks light in the photo but in person it came out super cute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Those are some examples of easy to create projects for your home that you don’t have to spend a ton of money on.

Love,

Amy Herzog

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One Response to Valenties Day Hybrids

  1. April Oaks says:

    Cute! I really love that bottom banner!