Cupid Heart Card
This Cupid heart card is a sweet way to say “Happy Valentine’s Day” to a friend, family member, or even your teacher. Make one today!
What you’ll need
- Heart shaped cookie cutter, about 4-5″
- Pink craft foam (We used glittery foam for the front and plain for inside)
- 1 drinking straw
- Craft knife
- 2 fluffy pink feathers
- White craft glue
- White paint pen or a marker
How to make it
Trace two cookie cutter shapes onto the pink craft foam. If using two different colors, trace once onto each color.
Cut the hearts out.
Lay the drinking straw across the front of one of the hearts. Position it at an angle, then holding the straw in place, use a pencil to lightly mark two dots at the “entry” and “exit” points where you want the “arrow” to go through.
Use the craft knife to cut slits in the heart, using the photo above as a guide.
Insert the straw through the slits.
Use the craft knife or scissors to cut a one inch slit down the center of the left end of the straw. Cut a triangle, about 2″ in length, from the pink craft foam and insert it into the slit you just made in the straw. Add a little craft glue to secure.
Put some craft glue inside the other end of the straw and insert the two pink feathers.
Place the second pink foam heart on the table in front of you. Pipe a line of white craft glue to the top humps of the heart. Place the heart with the straw through it on top of the heart with the glue and line it up exactly. Let the glue dry.
When the glue is dry, open the card and write “hug me” inside!
This project was created by Amanda Formaro, originally for Kaboose/Spoonful.