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  • Kara Kelm

    Homemade Valentine

  • Erin

    Valentine card

  • Kristen Marsella

    Very Cute Valentine Idea!

  • Jan Yoshimura

    valentines day card.

  • Colleen Hensley

    Valentine's clothespin craft

  • Stephanie Bowens

    ITEMS YOU NEED: clothespin (Remember these? Directions HERE) They were perfect for this! cardstock; one neutral, two coordinating colors distress ink double stick tape paper trimmer printed words (I used fonts "A Little Pot", and "Century Gothic") small plastic treat bags (I bought mine at Michael's. I think they were around 4dollars for 50 bags--around 1 1/2 inches wide by 3 inches high.) candy (I love the look of the pink & red M&Ms;!) ribbon, of course! DIRECTIONS: Print your valentine words on white card stock. I like the texture of Bazzill, but you can use whatever you have. Using your paper trimmer, cut out two coordinating colors of cardstock--one slightly larger than the other. I cut my colored paper about twice as wide as the white, to make room for the clothespin and candy. Ink all edges. With the double stick tape, adhere the white card stock to your smaller piece of colored cardstock, then tape that onto the larger piece. Place a small piece of double stick towards the middle of the back of your clothespin, then clip it onto the top left of your card. The tape will just give it a little extra security. Fill one of the bags with candy, fold over the top, then clip it onto the card using the clothespin. I couldn't resist some ribbon! Tie it around the lower part of the clothespin.

  • Evelyn Whiteway

    clothespin valentines gift

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So cute! I enjoy the graphics on old valentines. My dear 5th grade teacher kept the valentines that I gave her when I was a child. After her passing, her granddaughter gave them back to me- one of the best gifts I have ever received!! Amanda, thank you for giving them back to me. They are 45 years old!!

Conversation Hearts...could also incision "Red Hot Hugs and Kisses" with Red Hots and kisses if they'd go through the top.