How to make a Greeting card for Valentine’s Day

How to make a Greeting card for Valentine’s Day

Learn how to make this lovely greeting card in just a few simple steps. In this step by step tutorial you will learn how to make this heart sliding card that you can give it like a gift for Valentine's Day , Anniversary and even for Birthdays.

With this handmade card you can prove to your loved ones that you care about them & you are willing to create special gifts and not just buy them. Remember, without love we are lost ! :)

What you need

You need:

Pen
Scissor
Ruller
Cutter
Adhesive foam dots
Paper

Instructions

Step 1: Watch the video!

For some people it’s easier to watch a video than following step by step photos 🙂

So if you are one of them I hope that this video will help you!

Step 2: Gather your supplies!

You need:

  • Pen
  • Scissor
  • Ruller
  • Cutter
  • Adhesive foam dots
  • Paper

Step 3: Sign the designed paper at 3.5cm and 4.5cm (both sides)

Step 4: Unite the points.

Step 5: Sign it on the other two sides (at 2.5cm and 9.5cm)

Step 6: Unite the points.

Step 7: Make a semicircle on one side.

Step 8: Cut the unwanted part and erase the lines.

Step 9: Take the red heart and cut it in half 😀

Step 10: Stick one half on the designed paper using adhesive foam dots.

Step 11: Stick the other half on the green strip.

Step 12: Cut the unwanted part & Put some adhesive foam dots on it.

Step 13: Stick the red rectangle on the designed paper.

Step 14: Cut the green strip in an arrow shape.

Step 15: Stick the sliding card on the yellow card.

Step 16: That’s it ! You just finished a beautiful sliding card 🙂

Now you are ready for Valentine’s Day !

Step 17: More Project Videos!

Well now you know how to make this lovely sliding card 🙂 . If you like this project please vote for it in the Homemade Gifts Contest.

http://www.instructables.com/contest/homemadegifts2016/

( you can find the ‘vote’ button in the right top corner of this project )

Perhaps you’ll like some of my other crafts. Check them out at: http://giuliasart.com

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