There are many different ways to send your love on Valentine’s day. You can make something, send a Hallmark e-Card, or send a physical Hallmark card. If you are anything like me, you’ll try option 1, but end up sending out a combination of option 2 and 3. Luckily, my husband and I don’t really celebrate Valentine’s day so no pressure there.
Our craft option
This craft idea came from a Pinterest post. It looked easy enough, but of course there were challenges. The idea is to take a paper roll (we used a toilet roll) and bend it to make a heart. Then the roll can be used like a stamp. I put paint on the roll and pumpkin stamped away. The positive was she LOVED it!
Unfortunately it was difficult to impossible to get a full heart using the roll. You had to put pressure in just the right way and a toddler is not going to be able to do that every time. But hubby was able to see they were hearts right away and I’m hoping others do to.
Pumpkin was also more interested in making lines and smearing the paint. Which I think adds to the overall piece of art. ^_^
The e-card option is a great way to go for online friends or people that you know that are online all the time. I love Hallmark’s Heart Diagram e-card because it’s a playful way of representing your love to a significant other. Add in video games, gadgets, my toddler and it would be my heart!
For the movie lover in your life, this Hallmark e-card is a perfect way to suggest it’s time for a date night!
On the Hallmark online shop it’s not too late to personalize a Valentine’s day card for that special someone. Until 2/15 if you buy 3 personalized cards you can get 1 free.
This is not a sponsored post, just my opinions and craft ideas.