Valentine’s day is just a few short weeks away! No worries because we have you covered here at the Clearsnap blog with an awesome collection of Valentine’s Day card ideas that you can make in a jiffy:
14 Valentine’s Day Card Ideas
1. “Love You” Card
Love is all around with this V-day card by Liz Hicks. She creates a bold impression with ColorBox Pigment Ink and ColorBox Embossing Powder to create the backgroundwhcih is offset by the clean look of the 3D gliter hearts. Use a brayer or mix stamps to make this fun, grungy background and then punch out hearts to add to the front!
2. “Be Mine” Card
Capture the heart of everyone with this card by Tami Sanders. ColorBox Dye Ink makes the stamped hearts on the front of this V-day card vibrant and colorful. Dye inks add pop to any projects with their bright, saturated colors.
3. “Hearty” V-day Card
This very cute card created by Jill Vive is a great one for creating Valentine cards in bulk for classroom exchanges. Jill and her little ones used red, pink, and silver ColorBox Ink pads to create these festive, easy cards.
4. Valentine Card With a “Hidden” Gift
This Tami Sanders collage card features a special pull-out heart-shaped book mark that can be used long after Valentine’s Day has passed. How clever! The metal heart was embossed using ColorBox Dye Ink, while the background was lightly inked using ColorBox Chalk Ink.
5. “Always With You” Card
6. Romantic, Peachy Valentine Card
This is another card by Tami with a soft, vintage feel. The Cocoa, Stucco, and Brown ColorBox Pigment Ink Tami used on this card make it look “pretty in peach” with an elegant vintage feel! Click the link above to see how to make it.
7. “LUV U!” Card
This fancy card by Jennifer Priest was actually made from scraps! Don’t throw your scraps away because you can still make something stunning and worth keeping out of them. ColorBox Pigment Ink makes this card pop!
8. “Thinking of You” Card
If you don’t like the traditional red hearts design, make a non-traditional Valentine’s card like this one. This card features a pretty-in-pink flower inked with Colorbox Dye Ink and a simple stamped background.
9. Rose & Lavender Card
Purple and pink look really great together! For this Valentine card, Tami used ColorBox Pigment Ink: Rouge, Violet, Lilac and 5 color Inkpad: Twilight, Top Boss: Embossing Pad and Clear Embossing Powder.
10. Playful Hearts Card
Embossing and stenciling sure is a lot of fun and Tami artfully brings this technique to a playful Valentine card. She embossed the heart design using ColorBox Embossing Powder after inking the heart pattern with a ColorBox Art Screen and ColrBox Pigment Ink.
11. Double Hearts Valentine Card
Steph Ackerman created the background of this card with a variety of Izink Pigment Ink colors by placing some drops on each color of Izink on her craft sheet. Then she spritzed water onto the ink using the Izink Spray Bottle and pressed the paper into the ink to create this unique card.
12. School Valentines for School
If school supplies make your heart go pitter patter, this project is defintiely for you! Tami Sanders shares how to make compostion book themed Valetnines for the whole class.
13. Textural Heart Card
Dana Joy created this gorgeous embossed card with a modern feel using our ColorBox Crafter’s Inks over on the Ann Butler Designs blog. Check out her tips for creating this clean and simple yet textured card: Design Until Your Heart Is Full
14. Valentines Cards from Fabric Bags
This project by Bunny Cakes is super adorable and practical. Rather than making a paper card, she stamped muslin fabric bags with our ColorBox ink. She offers free printables to go along with these bags so check itout here: Bunny Cakes Blog
We hope this collection of Valentines Day card ideas inspires you to create not only a Valentine’s Day card for that special someone in your life but to create cards for the entire class!
Who do you make Valentine’s Day Cards for?