CRAFT: Valentine’s Day Card Contest!

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Nat writes –

Hey Crafters! We have an exciting new contest on craftzine for Valentine’s Day! It’s our “Recycle Your Heart” Valentine’s Day Card Contest where you can express your true love by creating a card made from recycled materials. Yes, that’s right. It’s time to check the cabinets, find the old fabric stash, grab yesterday’s newspaper and go through the trash bin to make a special Valentine’s Day card the way it was meant to be done! You can use and mix any type of craft you wish and don’t need to limit yourself to paper crafts. Just use your imagination. Good luck everybody!

CRAFT: Valentine’s Day Card Contest! – Link.

We are extra excited to have 3 special guest judges from the craft world who will be picking the winners!

Guest Judges:

Rules:

  • Design a Valentine’s Day card that includes recycled materials.
  • Upload your entry to our CRAFT flickr group and tag the photo craftvdaycontest
  • All entries are due on Friday, Feb 9th at 5pm PST
  • Winners will be announced on the CRAFT Blog on Valentine’s Day, Feb 14th.

Prizes:
Winners will receive CRAFT:02 and a CRAFT T-shirt!

4 thoughts on “CRAFT: Valentine’s Day Card Contest!

  1. annarchy says:

    I love this idea- I have always thought that homemade cards have so much more meaning and the ability to be able to express what you truely feel.
    I actually have made several different types of cards on my computer and personzlized them with photos and my own greetings!
    If you are looking for great gift ideas to go with your Valentine Card take a look at these

    http://whygee.com/2007/01/20-fabulous-valentine-gifts-for-your-special-man

  2. steve says:

    Hey everyone, i just found this awesome free e-card site called mushygushy.com!! It would be a fun idea to send some out for valentine’s day! check it out!

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