Create a Vintage Dimensional Valentine


Good morning, and Happy Valentine’s Day!!!

What special things do you have planned for the day? I get to help with my last elementary school class party. Sigh, my son next year moves on to middle school. Its an exciting time, but hard to believe there will be no more class parties to plan! Its also been fun watching my daughter brainstorm a special present for her first valentine. So sweet!

I think tonight will be a nice family dinner at home. Maybe a movie? Its just fun spending time with those we LOVE.

I want to share with you a charming vintage valentine I found in my stash. I thought this would actually be a fun image to add dimension and texture to. To start creating this dimensional card, I copied the valentine three times onto kraft cardstock, then cut one of the images out. This will be the base.

dimensional-valentine-2From the other 2 copies, I cut out pieces that I would like to add dimension to, such as the heart, and the fashionable girl.

dimensional-valentine-3Using adhesive foam squares, I added these cut-outs to the base.

dimensional-valentine-4Glitter, and a craft feather finishes the card off! Wouldn’t this look cute on top of a box of chocolates?


I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!



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One Response to Create a Vintage Dimensional Valentine

  1. Leann says:

    Love the vintage romance!!


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