BASIC HEART CARD
Take any sheet of red or pink paper and fold it in half. Once folded, use a pencil to draw the outline of half of a heart on the folded side of the paper. Once drawn, cut it out with scissors. Now Draw half of a heart from the folded side, then cut it out and fill the inside of the card with a romantic love quote, love message, or even a simple 'I Love You'.
BASIC FOLDED CARD
Take any sheet of paper, though red and shades of pink work best. Fold it into fours and create your own card with a package of markers, a few stickers, or even a box of crayons. When it comes to romance, the thought is "always" what counts.
If you want to get a little more advanced, create a table in a word document and then use clipart or wordart in the bottom right-hand corner for the front of the card. The top left-hand portion of the table is where your inside text will be located, but if you're doing it on a computer, you'll need to make that text upside down to appear correctly when printed and folded.
SEND AN ECARD
If you're pressed for time, send an ecard. It may not be a card that you've created in a literal sense, but you're still creating the words that you include in your message. Put a little extra thought into what you want to say -- try a love quote or love poem if you're stumped. Try Hallmark for some great free ecards.
Suggested free e-books to read:Robert Anue - Zebu Milton Cards Manual
Denis Dutton - On Cold Reading
Shelle Charvet - Words That Change Minds
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