Heart Card

Make a cute Valentine’s day card from the heart – the heart card.

Valentine's Day Heart Card Craft with Template #craftsforkids #Valentinesdaycraftsforkids #heartcraftsforkids

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Simple card that opens up to reveal a message. What’s not to love!

We have been busy sharing all kinds of arts and crafts ideas for Valentines day, and one of the more popular ones are certainly cards. A simple piece of paper can quickly become a wonderful gift from the heart.

This one is pretty straight forward to make, but we do know drawing a heart can sometimes be hard, so we have also prepared a printable template for you.

Ready? Let’s make a DIY heart card.

Simple Heart Card Valentine's Day Craft for Kids

How to Make a Heart Card

  • our template
  • construction paper
  • ribbon
  • marker to write your message
  • hole punch
  • optional: coloring supplies if you’ll be coloring your card

Paper Heart Card Template

Watch the Video Tutorial

Follow the Step by Step Instructions

Print out our template. You can either use it as a stencil or as a color in heart card template.

Cut out the template.

If you are using the heart card template as a stencil, trace the shape on construction paper.

Cut out the card shape.

Place the stencil on top of your cut out and punch holes through the holes marked on the template.

You can also do this without the template.

Fold the flaps.

Cut a smaller heart shape and glue it inside the card.

Write in your message.

Thread the ribbon through the holes.

Tie them up.

Alternatively you can also use yarn (even better for smaller hands as it’s easier to tie).

Heart Card Craft

Paper Heart Card Template Craft

Get the Heart Card Template

Click here to get your DIY Valentines day template -> Heart Card

Happy Crafting!

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