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Valentines is fast approaching and its almost time to start making cards ready to give to loved ones.
This little shape train valentines card is so easy to make. My son is obsessed with all things train, so when I’m struggling to capture his crafty interest this is the go to option!

You will need

  • Coloured paper
  • Coloured card
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Marker

To start you will need to cut out your shapes. You can use any shapes you like to create your train but you can see above the shapes that we used if you would like to make yours the same.

Fold your card in half. Glue down the shapes to make your train on the right hand side of your card.

Now leave a small gap behind the train and glue down your carriage and big valentines heart!

connect your train and carriage by drawing a small line. All that’s left to do is to add your special valentines message!

did you like this shape train valentines card? why not check out these popsicle stick flowers – they make great handmade gifts!

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