Recycling Valentine's Day Cards

There are a number of creative ways to reuse Valentine cards. This page is about recycling Valentine's day cards.
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I find that colorful things around me make me happy and more productive. I use colorful Valentine's Day cards to mark different sections of my notebook. These little valentines are just too adorable as bookmarks or for children to pretend they are playing cards.



Here is a photo of how I organize my notes with Valentine's cards (with tape).

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February 3, 2008

I've been saving used and unused Valentines for several years. Now I can cut out parts that I like to use, and put them on homemade Valentines. When my granddaughters didn't use all the her cards in a child box, I kept them. Glued them onto blank cards. They make a cute card to send to young and old alike!

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