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Printable Valentines

January 24, 2012, 08:30 am  Posted by Craft Your Life Team
 

I adore old Valentines; the kind you can find at antique shops in tin boxes. And so, just for you, I dug up some Valentines that you can download and print from your home computer. Inscribe a nice message for that special someone and you’ll get instant points. So easy! (What’s not to love?)

Here’s a pretty Valentine that you can easily customize. Use it as a framing device for a favorite photo of your friend or sweetie. It would make a great gift tag too. Download it here.

Why not list all the things you love about your sweetheart or friend in this charming hand-drawn Valentine? Or whip up a special menu for that meal you’ll cook for your Valentine. You can give it to them in advance or position it, just so, as a charming table setting. Download is here.

These images really make me smile. Note how the moon changes its expression based on the interaction between the characters in each shot. Create a humorous Valentine by adding some silly thought bubbles or an amusing phrase to any of these images, or create an entire story using each frame. It’s your time to show your love; get creative with it! (Click on the image for a better view and download the pdf here.)

These antique images are from Memories of a Lifetime: Romantic Illustrations — one of a series of books that comes with a CD so that you can download and print the artwork that speaks to you. And what you do with it is up to you! Card making, artful journaling, scrapbooking, fabric transfer; the possibilities are endless.

Happy Valentines Day!

xoxo

 
 
 

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