Valentine's Day Countdown: Free Felt Envelope Pattern and Activity Cards
I'll place a new activity in the Felt Valentine Envelope each night. I left it on the table this morning to surprise him this morning but I may put it outside in the real mailbox tomorrow for a little extra fun. The Felt Envelope I made is similar to one I made years ago for my preschooler.
I made a Valentine Envelope Pattern Sheet and a set of Printable Activity Cards in case you want to join us too! You don't have to make the envelope, just print the cards and have fun counting down.
Heart Activity Sheet Cutting tips
Make A Felt Valentine Envelope
Even though I made this with my sewing machine, you could make this envelope by just adding glue where the stitching is. Make it smaller or bigger as needed. Add a flap if you want to make it more complicated.
1. Print out the Felt Envelope Template and use it to cut your felt rectangle to match the size of the paper.
2. Mark the stitch lines for the address. You can skip this part or use embroidery floss to stitch your address too.
3. Stitch the address lines. I used a heart stitch pattern I found on my Bernina B380 machine (#79). Your machine might have this too!
4. Cut out the Stamp rectangle from the template. Use it to cut a Stamp from white felt. I used pinking shears to get that zig zag edge.