Valentine’s Day cards

the envelope with some stickers inside

the envelope with some stickers inside

make a stamp out of bottle tops and foam with a sticker backing

make a stamp out of bottle tops and foam with a sticker backing

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stamping fun

stamping fun

decorate your envelopes

decorate your envelopes

draw and then color in your own stickers

draw and then color in your own stickers

cutting out stickers

cutting out stickers

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stickers for everyone

stickers for everyone

folded envelopes

folded envelopes

the envelope with some stickers inside

the envelope with some stickers inside

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Bonjour tout le monde!

Saint Valentin est ce vendredi , le 14 Février, et j’ai décidé de faire des cartes de la Saint-Valentin pour mes petits élèves. Les cartes s’inspirent d’un projet de bricolage d’une architecte nommée Natalie Kramer. En plus d’être architecte, Natalie est aussi blogueuse et contribue à handmadecharlotte.com.

Ma fille de deux ans, et moi, avons beaucoup apprécié ce projet en utilisant des timbres fait maison. Pour les faire, nous avons pris un peu de papier de mousse et l’avons mis dans des bouchons de bouteilles de lait. Très facile. Ensuite, nous avons suivi les indications de Natalie et très vite, nous sommes retrouvés avec une collection de cartes originales.

Un grand merci à Natalie Kramer et à Handmade Charlotte pour cet atelier!

Bonne fin de semaine et très belle Saint-Valentin!

Gros bisous,

Danielle

Hello Everyone!

Valentine’s Day is this Friday the 14th of February and I decided to make some Valentine’s Day cards for my little students using a DIY project by an architect named Natalie Kramer. Besides being an architect Natalie also just so happens to be a blogger and contributer to handmadecharlotte.com.

My daughter of two years, and I, very much enjoyed making some of our stickers using homemade stamps. To make them we took some foam paper and stuck them onto some milk bottle tops. Very easy and affordable. Then we just followed Natalie’s tutorial and before you know it, we had a collection of original handmade cards.

A big thank you to Natalie Kramer and to Handmade Charlotte for providing us with the tutorial!

Have a wonderful rest of the week and a lovely Valentine’s Day!

Big hugs,

Danielle

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