To make them, I used items I already had. Several years ago, I got tired of always needing to have birthday cards on hand for all the parties my kids go to, so I found some bright colored plain cards at Target and some stamp sets at Hobby Lobby. Now, while I'm wrapping the present (or most likely, putting it in a gift bag), my children get to decorate and sign the birthday card with the stamps and markers. They save me time and money because a 100-card set is $10. I just store them all together in a cabinet, so I pulled them down yesterday to make these cute cards.
I used permanent markers to write in the message first. Then I guided them with their fingerprints. Last, I turned their little prints into the pictures and sign them. Each child made a different one, and I think they are all adorable.
Happy Valentine's Day!
I'll be sharing this post at some of these parties here.