Friendship bracelets with hearts.

Printable friendship bracelet Valentine

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I know I said that we’d be focusing solely on our Becoming interviews this month but I just can’t let my second favorite holiday go by without any project ideas for you. SO! Our first Valentine’s Day project is up! And it’s very knotty…Ba dum, ching! The older I get, the more I get into projects that require little brain power and friendship bracelets are just that–a perfect TV project, no?! Today we’re providing you with adorable printable Valentine to go with a friendship bracelet (stay tuned for our heart friendship bracelet tutorial!). Our Warhol-inspired cards read “Threaded together” and “You always come in handy, friend”. Because Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers! And stay tuned later today for a big announcement! (hint: love is in the air).

Friendship Bracelet Printable

You can find the tutorials to make the heart friendship bracelets here.

 

DOWNLOAD THE FRIENDSHIP BRACELET VALENTINE PRINTABLES HERE

Notes:

The cards are 5×7″. We like to print them on cardstock so they are nice and heavy. If you’d like to find envelopes, you can use size A7 (5 1/4″ x 7 1/4″)

Here are some envelope suggestions:

OR, you can purchase a ready-made product in our new Valentine Shop

You can find the tutorials to make the heart friendship bracelets here.

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