Every year my family sends out Valentines. It is unwritten rule of sorts. This year I went the easy way and massed produced the same “Be Mine Valentine Card” over and over to send to my family and my husband’s. I’m not sure his side feels it as important to send Valentines, but who doesn’t like to hear they are loved!

These were super simple to make.

White cardstock: 8.5″ x 3″ corners rounded
Pink cardstock: 8″ x2.5″ corners rounded

Open 6 different pink digi papers
Resize to 1.2″
Add letter in desired font and color

Print off
Cut out
Glue down

Add flower and button. (I found the flowers in the dollar section at Target 40 flowers/$1). The buttons were part of my stash from Oriental Trading.

Share the Valentines you make or receive!


  1. Love them Nikkala!

  2. Those are dang cute. So now you have to tell us how you made them. 🙂

  3. So, so cute!

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