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7 Stunning Paper Crafts for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is right round the corner so I’ve rounded up seven great projects that I think you will enjoy.  So get out your fun papers we’re about to get crafty.

I have had a love affair with paper ever since I was a kid. It started with a love of drawing, and soon I grew into a love for folding and cutting paper, too. I learned Origami from a Japanese exchange student.  I made cards and paper dolls with my mom.  I cut and framed silhouettes and Scherenschnitte designs for gifts. Now I make paper snowflakes and banners with my kids. 

One of the things I love most about paper crafts is that they don’t have a big price tag. No fancy supplies are necessary, tons can be done with just paper and scissors.  This makes paper crafts one of the most frugal crafts out there. 

So if you’ve been on the lookout for a frugal craft, one you can even do with your kids. Try your hand at some of these beautiful paper projects.

Check out these stunning Valentine’s Day paper crafts from some pretty amazing bloggers!

Mini Envelope Cards {Mandy from Turquoise Avenue}

Miniature things are so cute, and these mini envelope cards are no expectation.  Create these little envelopes and glue them on to cards to give out on Valentine’s Day.  Each little envelope can have a special tiny message for your loved ones.  

Origami Heart Bookmarks {Amy from DIY Candy}

Made to look like those candy conversation hearts, these origami hearts are just as sweet, without the sugar!  For the book lover in your life, make a set with fun little messages on them.  For extra points, make them and hide them in books until your special someone finds them!

DIY 3D Paper Heart Garland {Jess Coppom}

Simple but elegant this cute DIY will take you no time at all!  This is such a fun, customizable project.  Even better, this project doesn’t need large pieces.  If you have cardstock or scrapbook paper scraps, here’s a way to use the leftovers!  Cut, glue and hang!  

Paper Doily Valentine's Day Pouches {Christine from I Dig Pinterest}

With Valentine’s Day comes candy so here is a cute way to deliver it.  These adorable pouches will come together in no time at all.  Fill them with your favorite candy or stickers and pencils, They are sure to bring a smile to anyone who receives one.   

DIY Folded Paper Hearts {Faith Towers Provencher}

Save those wine corks for this project!  Great for decorating the table for Valentine’s Dinner, or around the house.  This craft is so easy, you can make as many as you like!

 

 

Hearts and Button Hanging Decoration {Melissa from Living a Frugal Life}

This one is easy enough for kids to put together and beautiful enough for adults to enjoy having on display around the house. You can probably put this together using what you already have around the house, or buy some special Valentines Day paper. If you have a coupon from Michaels you might be able to score some cute paper for cheap!

Animal Valentines {Rachel from I Heart Crafty Things} 

These cute animal Valentines are almost too much to handle.  Pick your favorites, or do them all.  They’re perfect for the animal lover in your life.  


This year, no matter what you have planned, you can be ready with a thoughtful gift or activity. No one has to know that they were easy to make, and easy on the wallet! 


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