Don’t throw away fabric scraps! Learn how to make a fast and easy fabric valentine’s card with this tutorial.
This is a simple project even kids can make for their friends for school parties as long as there is an adult to supervise the ironing.
Only a few supplies are needed to make this project and you probably already have these supplies in your craft room - paper or card stock, scrap fabric, Heat n Bond, scissors, iron and permanent markers.
Watch our video below to see how to make this quick and easy craft.
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Greeting cards can be expensive to buy. Don’t continually spend $3 - $6 on greeting cards that will most likely be thrown away. By using the above technique, you can quickly make customized and personalized greeting cards for holidays, birthdays and special occasions for a faction of that cost.
For these occasions, decide on an image for the card design. Need image ideas? You can find designs in coloring books or on-line at free clip art sites. Trace the design in reverse on double sized fusible web, such as Heat ‘n Bond. Then cut out and fuse to cardstock as shown in the video.
No need to panic if you don’t have a card. Create beautiful cards quickly and easily for friends, family or for a school party.
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