Valentine Cards


One of the most important occasions that we celebrate every year is Valentine's Day. It falls on February 14. People in all walks of life give valentine cards to their loved ones, parents, grandparents, brother, sister, and even friends to show their love and thoughtfulness.

There are many beautiful designs that we can use in making Valentine Cards, like red hearts, cupids, roses, lovers, swans and lovebirds.In doing this art work we can either cut or draw our designs.

Materials:
  • red art paper
  • glue or paste
  • oslo
  • craypas or crayon
  • pentel pen

Procedure:
  1. fold the oslo paper into two equal parts;
  2. sketch your designs;
  3. color your designs with lovely colors;
  4. see to it that the dominant color is red;
  5. write your message and dedication inside.


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1 comments:

ricamaekate24_ybanez said...

MAKING A CARD IS INTERESTING...SINCE I WAS IN GRADE ONE I USED TO MAKE ANY KIND OF CARD...iNSIDE THAT CARD.I EXPRESSED MY FEELINGS I WROTE ALL WHAT I WANT TO SAY ON THAT PERSON..AFTER THAT I WILL MY CARD TO SOMEONE

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