Valentine’s Day Surprise

January has come to a close and now we’re facing the month of looove! It’s almost Valentine’s day and some of us don’t know what we should do to spoil a loved one. Of course you could take the easy route and get your girl some roses and chocolate or take your man out for his favorite sporting game, but here’s something you can add that would knock your loved one’s socks off. A personalized card that’s super easy to make and doesn’t take long at all!

All you’ll need is some fun, quirky quotes or phrases. A white crayon, some paint (any color but since it’s Valentine’s day, red should fit in nicely) and a blank card that you can make from scratch with paper. Oh and a pen of course..

First step is to either make your card, or if you have a blank card then you can jump off to step 2. To make the card, just take a piece of paper and fold it in half and then fold it in half again.

Step 2; take the pen and draw 3 (or more) hearts that are large enough to write in. Once done, go ahead and write your personalized message in those hearts.

Step 3; Take the white crayon and fill in the hearts. This will make sure that the paint comes off easily when needed. After filling the hearts, take your desired colored paint and fill the hearts with it as well. So you should have your hearts with writing in the middle, covered with a layer of white crayon and then another layer of paint over. Leave to dry.

Step 4; Give to loved one and let them scratch the paint off to reveal your message.

Here’s what it should look like:



“The only difference between try and triumph is a little UMPH!”

So go on and give this a try, be creative and remember to have loads of fun!

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