Who says a card has to be a flat piece of paper stock?
I perused The Graphic Fairy's site for a vintage graphic and printed it. One was a Valentine's Cherub and the other was a Valentine's heart. The heart said, " An Offering of Friendship"
I then cut out the graphics and cut off the "wings" of the cherub and added my own feathers.It adds that little something extra to the print.
I usually cut around the graphics I use.I like adding more detail too. I think this makes it more your own.
Then I glued them to this adorable glitter plastic cup, I love cups like these. I found them at the dollar store, so very inexpensive.
I gathered some crepe paper and ruffled it to use as a trim on the inside of the cup.
I added a key to the bow I wrapped along the handle and filled the cup with chocolate Kisses, mints, and Reeses. I will roll a little note when I present it and stick it through the key.
I think this is a fun alternative to a regular Valentine's Day Card. It is a 3-D version!Everyone likes a sweet treat. A new Valentine's idea! The Incredible Edible Valentine's Day Card!
Have you started thinking of Valentine's Day yet?