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Approximate Time: About 30 minutes
Cut a 3 inch heart from fabric scrap for cat's face. Cut a smaller heart (about 1 inch) from coordinating fabric for cat's ears. Cut the smaller heart in half vertically.
Apply glue around back edge of large heart and place it upside-down on card. Apply glue to each half of small heart and glue underneath cat's face for ears (refer to photo).
Cut two small circles from craft foam for eyes and glue into place. Using black marker, draw cat's nose and whiskers. Write "I love you" or other personal message below cat's head.
By Rachel's Mom from Wilkesboro, NC
What a cute idea! This would be an easy and cute item to make for shut-ins, for those who receive receive Mobile Meals, or for just anybody; teachers, kids, the mail carrier. Thanks for sharing your idea with us!
OMG! That is so cute! I saw a pin once where you did the upside down heart was the pigs face, and two tiny hearts in the back were the ears, and one tiny heart in the front was the nose. It was adorable. Thanks for sharing! PBP
I love making homemade cards. They're so expensive to buy and not nearly as nice. Thanks for the great idea.
This is adorable and I can't wait to make our own!
Love this idea! Even though it's after V-day. I''ll make a few as I'm always running a little behind when the actual holiday comes around! LOL - great way to use up scraps too!
Approximate Time: 30 minutes
Note: Use several different colours of crayons to add variety to your design.
By Anne from United Kingdom
Aww this is wonderful. If i have time I might make this for my grandad thank you for the wonderful idea!
Very nice card idea. Easy enough for a child 8 years old to make too, so a 3rd grader should be just about right. (Maybe with a little bit of help and encouragement).
Thanks for sharing this with us.
This Valentine's Day, make your sweetheart a card with Cupid as the focus point of the card. As the symbol widely associated with love and affection, this Cupid will make sure that your message of love won't be lost!
Total Time: 20 minutes
Yield: one card
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