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Monday, February 12, 2018

Hearts in Flowers Bouquet Printable Valentines Card to Color and Fold

This is a cute little printable Valentine's Day card that you can color by hand, fold it, write something inside and it is ready to give.

It will fit in the standard invitation envelope that you can get at any office supply store. Print on cardstock, like a 60 lb or80 lb paper, so it is heavy and firm. After it is printed cut it in half across at 5.5 inches (this is assuming US measurements of an 8.5 x 11 sheet) and then fold it in half down the middle. Color with sharpies or pencils.

This was a drawing I did as a coloring page, see it as a coloring page HERE.

Why pay five dollars for a card when you can print this for pennies? And when you color it in it has a personal touch.

To Print: click on the image, then choose the save button. Open a word doc then click on it and choose paste, you can print from there. If you have problems try one of the updated links below for a jpeg or pdf file. The HOW TO PRINT tab above has a few more suggestions.

Printable Hearts Bouquet Valentine's Day Card to Fold and Color, 

Here are two links that may work better on some printers.

Here is a link to a JPEG file CLICK HERE.
Here is a link to a PDF file, CLICK HERE.
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