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Make Friendship Bracelet Valentines

10 February 2012 7,362 views 3 Comments

by heather

friendship bracelet valentines

Here's a cute handmade Valentine idea that won't take too long to create, and also won't break the bank. In fact, you can make these sweet friendship bracelet valentines for about the same price as you would spend on a box of pre-printed cards. These are much cooler! Get the free printable card over at [dandee]: [how to make friendship bracelet valentines]

Project Estimate:

  • 3 colors of embroidery floss, about $.33 each
  • Card stock, on hand
  • Color printer, on hand (or hand-write the message yourself)
  • Scissors, on hand

Total: $1 and up

Note about supplies: to get the exact same look as these valentines, you will need an oversized scallop punch, which will run you $10 or more. For a less expensive version of the Valentines, trace a cup and cut out around the circle, or switch up the shape. The important part is the friendship bracelet, NOT the shape of the card!

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3 Comments »

  • Colleen J. said:

    Love these cute little bracelets. So much cuter than the average store bought Valentine! Thanks for sharing. I’ll give it a try with my girls!!

  • Beth Miller said:

    Very Cute…so much nicer than just a Valentine’s Day card that kid’s pass around in the class.

    I have some cute Valentine’s day ideas on my website too that I am trying to post here today. If not, you can see them on http://www.ThePlanningWizard.com.

  • Adrienne said:

    You could also cut a heart shape out of card paper. Make a template to trace out of cardboard.

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