Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Card

February 13, 2012 at 2:51 am | Posted in Craft Corner, Seasonal | 1 Comment
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Hey guys! Imikimi Team here with another fantastic Valentine’s Day craft!

Valentine’s Day is Tuesday and it’s time to get your shopping on to surprise your significant other! But before going out and spending money on a card, why not make one from scratch? Today we’re going to show you how to make a beautiful pop-up card.

Materials

  • Paper (colorful paper is best!)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Glitter, Markers, Stickers, etc. (This will be for decorating your card)

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Choose the pictures you want to use in your card and make your Kimi’s.

Once you are happy with your Kimi’s, go ahead and print them out.


Now print out the heart template (you can save & print the one shown below). Go ahead and cut out your heart template.


Fold your heart template as as shown below.


Cut the outside part of your card to fit. It should cover up the inside part of your card completely.

Decorate the inside of your card. This is where you can get crazy with the glue, markers, & glitter!

Now go ahead and decorate the outside part of your card.

Glue your card together and…

Voila!

Allow your card to dry and present to your loved ones.

That’s all there is to it! The person you present this to will absolutely love the fact that you took the time to make this card yourself. Thanks for joining us and stay tuned next week for another craft tutorial!

Best wishes,
The Imikimi Team


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  1. I like this picture


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