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Valentine's Day Cards Kids Can Make

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Pin-Pricked Paper Heart Card


Q: To avoid hurt feelings, should teachers have rules about passing out Valentine's Day cards?

Yes. If they give to one, they give to all.

No rules.

No cards, period.

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One easy way to decorate a card is to make a design on white or light-colored paper, using a traditional pin-pricking or piercing technique. The result can be as simple or complex as you choose.

Read the instructions for the Pin-Pricked Paper Heart Card.

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