February 4, 2020

Sending love with Chigiri-e Valentine's Day cards

According to some research, people are much more likely to keep a handmade card rather than a store-bought card.

heart 2It is so easy to buy greeting cards along with the week’s groceries. But when you really think about what message to send and how best to convey it, the best way is to handmade the card. The recipient will love you for it because a gift that is taken time to create is from the heart.

Why don't you show your sweetie or bestie how much you care about them with one of these DIY Chigiri-e cards this year? It is sure to bring a smile to their faces!

These three Chigiri-e cards are creative and  fun to make, unique, and super sweet.

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Leave your loved one in awe with this stunningly beautiful and sophisticated card that features intricate rose blossoms and leaves created with torn paper pieces!SHOP ROSES


loveinacupLOVE IN A CUP
You are my cup of tea! Let your Valentine's know you are so full of love that the cup is overflowing with hearts!

SHOP LOVE IN A CUP 

coloryourheartoutCOLOR YOUR HEART OUT!
Kids will love tearing and color-coordinating papers to create this big heart card and writing messages to their friends inside the cards!

SHOP COLOR YOUR HEART OUT

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