Kids love to share special sentiments and treats with friends, teachers, and classmates on Valentine's Day. Here are ideas for cards that will help them express their love in style.
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Make a mom smile with homemade cards that are easy to print and fun for your kids to color.
Perfect for any occasion!
Every child needs to learn his ABCs, and these cute and colorful cards will help your toddler recognize letters.
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Regift a pretty card by turning it into a flower pendant or pin for a thoughtful Mother's Day or teacher present.
Make these simple place cards out of corks and bobby pins.
Make a dad smile with homemade cards that are easy to print and fun for your kids to color.
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Add a personal touch to your holiday cards and tags this year by crafting them at home. These projects are so easy to make, even the kids can get in on the fun.
Kids will love making different variations of this adorable star holiday card!
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Send gift-givers a personalized thank-you that's way cuter than a plain card.