Want to show your valentine they are really special? How about giving them an origami card and envelope you can make yourself!
Origami Love Notes Kit: Romantic Hand-Folded Notes & Envelopes: Kit with Origami Book, 12 Original Projects and 36 High-Quality Origami Papers
by: Florence Temko
32 pages ages 8+ Published by Tuttle Publishing on October 3, 2017
Synopsis from publisher:Nothing says “I love you” more than a handmade gift!
With this easy origami kit, you can create romantic hand-folded and personalized notes using the authentic Japanese art of paper-folding. Your words of love take on special meaning when written on these lovely origami papers. The original double-sided designs in this kit feature lovely patterns and colors to complement your message beautifully. Most of the projects are easy enough for origami beginners and would even make great origami-for-kids activities.
What I thought: I personally like to give and receive handmade gifts. I think it really says a lot if someone takes the time and effort into making something for someone. I really like this kit! First off, Valentine’s Day is about showing you care. I think a handmade card is an excellent choice for doing that. What’s even cooler with origami, is that your card is also a craft! The kit comes in an attractive box. It includes double-sided printed (and plain) origami sheets and an instruction book.
There are 12 different projects in the book.
Each project comes with detailed instructions that are easy to follow. There is even a section in the front of the book that shows the reader how to fold neatly and correctly.
The paper is good quality origami paper and has a ton of different patters as well as coordinated solid colored sides.
The directions are written very clearly and will have even a novice folder creating envelopes and cards is a short time!
You know for sure, your valentine will be getting a one-of-a-kind creation!
I know a lot of kids who would love to do these for their class valentines! Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it – better get folding!