Braille Valentine's Day Cards

Braille Valentines Day Cards
Braille Valentine's Day Cards

"Create a Valentine that is texture rich and has love you can FEEL- with a Braille Valentine's Day Card! This is an easy project that uses layers and textures to give it a lush feel. Perfect for beginners or intermediate papercrafters."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


HolidayValentine's Day

Materials List

  • Paper (cardstock)
  • Corrugated cardboard
  • Glitter foam sheets
  • Scissors- plain and fancy
  • Pearl pens
  • Adhesive
  • Stickers if desired!

Make sure you let your Liquid pearls dry completely!


  1. Create a card - make it as big or small as you like.

  2. Cut a heart out of glitter foam sheet using fancy scissors OR a die.

  3. Cut a rectangle of corrugated cardstock 1.5 by 3 inches.

  4. Cut a piece of cardstock 1X2.5 and adhere on top of the corrugated cardstock.

  5. Using the Liquid Pearl Pen and the braille alphabet provided, spell out "love" on the smaller piece of cardstock. Let dry.

  6. Place the "Love" sentiment layers on your card.

  7. Embellish with extra stickers or liquid pearls as you wish!

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This is perfect for a blind partner, or a partner who can see just fine who you want to learn something new (even if they won't know what the card said until March).


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