SEE CUTEST DIY VALENTINES DAY CARDS USING 1 match book, 2 puzzles pcs, 4 candles

DIY CARD - valentines day puzzle card - we fit together
My brown eyes turned into red hearts as I was reading Real Simple magazine’s article called  “4 New Uses For Old Things”.  They inspired me to roll up my sleeves and give DIY valentines day cards making a try using items that I already had in my home … matchespuzzle pieces …and birthday candles.  Maybe you have these in your home as well. If so, ditch spending money on buying a card (for that special person in your life) and make them a card. Check out how my cards You Light Up my Life (with candles!) and We are a Perfect Match (with matches) turned out. Check out the how-to-make steps ….

PUZZLE CARD INSTRUCTIONS
(WE FIT PERFECTLY)

MATERIALS 

1. white cardboard / white poster card
2. two old puzzle pieces (that fit together!)
3. red spray paint / red dry erase marker / or red paint pen

STEPS 

1. cut paper 10 width x 7 height
2. fold paper in half to make a 5×7 card
3. paint the 2 puzzle pieces separately
4. glue the back of the puzzles pieces onto the 5 x 7 card
5. write “We Fit Perfectly

I used red spray paint that I already had ….


puzzle for valentines

CANDLES CARD INSTRUCTIONS
(YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE)

MATERIALS 
1. white cardboard / white poster card
2. four candles
3. red pen or marker

STEPS 

1. cut paper 10 width x 7 height
2. fold paper in half to make a 5×7 card
3. glue the candles onto the card
4. draw hearts above the to symbolize flames
5. write “You Light Up My Life

Whatchathink of these diy valentines day cards?

MATCHES CARD INSTRUCTIONS
(WE’RE A PERFECT MATCH)

MATERIALS 
1. white cardboard / white poster card
2. book of matches
3. pen or marker

STEPS 

1. cut paper 10 width x 7 height
2. fold paper in half to make a 5×7 card
3. remove matches until you have just TWO
4. glue the candles onto the card
5. write “We Are A Perfect Match

For the match diy valentines day card I ransacked my kitchen until I found a book of matches.  Phew, found it (yaay!). When I opened the book, I thought it was soooooooooo adorable that there were ALREADY just 2 matches on it (aww, meant to be).

OPTIONAL MATERIAL = A PENCIL TO SOFTLY WRITE B4 USING THE PEN

I used a PENCIL first to make sure I liked the spacing between letters, then went over it with a pen.

psssst, I intentionally didn’t want to write Happy Valentines Day on the outside of card of these diy valentines day cards so we can display it on non v-days. For hey, every day should be filled with love! Right! XOXOX

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