I make Valentines all year long both for my grandchildren and for the upcoming Cards from the Heart Drive which donates them to children in hospitals. Today I'm sharing 2 boxes of valentines I've made for the grands which I'll be mailing to them soon. The box was made from whatever paper and cardstock I had on hand, and I used the SSS parade of hearts die for the top of the box, filling the hearts in with turquoise cardstock.
Here are the contents, with one card displayed. I made matching envelopes for each card with the envelope punch board by WRMK. I used a wide assortment of stamps, sentiments, brads, dies, clips & embellishments. The cards are 3-1/2 x 5, and when folded in half, they measure to an ATC. Each box shown contains 35 Valentines. Each envelope has a "to/from" stamped & punched panel which they can personalize when they prepare to take them to school.
And here's one of the Valentines that was made with a Lawn Fawn valentine stamp set and colored with a neon pink Copic.
I've made over 300 of these little Valentines with envelopes over the past year, and soon my grandchildren as well as those children in hospitals will hopefully have fun exchanging them with their friends. In the future I'll share some individual valentines that are in these boxes, but I couldn't photograph them all obviously!
I'm sharing these over at the Simon Wednesday challenge which is anything goes.
Thanks for checking in and I hope you're all enjoying some time off work and having fun during the holidays!