DIY mason jar valentine's card
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MASON JAR VALENTINE’S DAY CARDS

Valentine’s season is in full bloom over at Paperclips & Peonies! After sharing my favourite Etsy Valentine’s Day Cards last week, I thought I’d show you a DIY card for those like to to make it yourself. Though you could totally just use the printable attached in the instructions below to craft this card, I recommend tracing it onto photocopy paper to really bring it home that you spent the time to create a homemade card. I’ve used Valentine’s patterned paper for the background & heart embellishments, but use any pattern or colour of your choosing to make this craft personal to you. This card is perfect for your partner, best friend, or family member! Read through to see the finished product. 

STEP ONE: PAPER

DIY mason jar valentine's card

STEP TWO: TRACE PRINTABLE

DIY mason jar valentine's card

STEP THREE: GLUE TRACE TO PAPER & CUSTOMIZE

DIY mason jar valentine's card

 Do you make any Valentine’s Day crafts? Share your ideas in the comments below! 

 

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6 Comments

  • Reply Gabriella 5 February, 2015 at 12:57 pm

    I’m a big suck for making homemade card for every occasion! Mason jars are the cutest- will have to try!

    xx gabriella
    pastelsandpastries.blogspot.ca

    • Reply Rhiannon Langford 5 February, 2015 at 9:30 pm

      I’m all for any occasion to craft! Thanks for showing this post some loving!

  • Reply Melody 5 February, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    ADORABLE! I love this idea. I don’t generally give out valentines, but I’m thinking I could make a garland from them or something.

    • Reply Rhiannon Langford 5 February, 2015 at 9:29 pm

      Thanks Melody! I normally only give out Valentine’s to my super close loved ones. You could totally use this printable for anything; labels, cards, garland – get creative!

  • Reply Bernadyn 5 February, 2015 at 9:01 pm

    What a cute idea, I love making homemade cards and love mason jars! We made some homemade cards this week, too. Pinning this and sharing on my blog’s FB page today. 🙂

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