Almost every Disney movie shares a common theme of love and friendship. Why not make these Disney princess Valentine cards to give out to your friends?
These little cards are easy to print, and with their straight lines, even the little ones can help cut them out. All you need to make them is a color printer and some heavy paper. You could use regular printer paper, but you can expect a little curling of the corners. After they're printed and cut, simply fold at the top.
Last, but not least are two princesses who learned beauty comes from within, Tiana from The Princess and the Frog and Belle from Beauty and the Beast. The consensus around my house was that the Tiana card could also be used for Tinkerbell.
The inside of the card is blank, so you can write whatever happy greeting you'd like.
If you want to get fancy, you can even embellish your cards a bit. I glued some jute and sequins onto a few.
I found small buttons and rhinestones that worked for others. You could also use glitter.
Mommy Frog's note: If you make the Disney princess Valentine Cards, we'd love to see them. Share them with us on our Facebook page as we get closer to Valentine's Day.
Staci has been sewing and crafting for as long as she can remember. If there’s a technique she hasn’t tried, it’s probably on her wish list. At her blog, Crafty Staci, she shares beginner-friendly craft and sewing tutorials, simple recipes and her successful, and sometimes not-so-successful, attempts at expressing her own creativity. In addition to her blog, you can find Staci at Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.