Valentine Cards

Here are a few card templates I use for a Valentines Day project with my students. After students gain experience with line styles and using different line weights, they create a simple count-our line drawing to be engraved on a greeting card.

Cutting Details:
I plan on experimenting with different card stock and stationary paper, but for now I just cut down the poster board I had laying around. Red lines cut, blue lines score for easy folding.

SETTINGS | Poster Board thickness: .01"
Cut: 500/75
Score: 500/15
Engrave: 1000/15

Card 1 Card 2 Card 3 Card 4 Card 5 Card 6

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these are beautiful, thanks for sharing!

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Very generous, and timely share! Thank you for the gift! :sunglasses:

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just in time

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Marvelous designs, thanks for sharing!

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Yes I put things off till the last moment so thanks for the share!! My wife will now be happy.

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Beautiful and timely—thanks so much!

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Thank you. Your students are lucky to have you and your expertise to cultivate their talent.

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Mahalo!!!

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Is it Valentine’s Day!?!?!?! I completely forgot! GlowForge to the rescue! Thank you so much!

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Mahalo again!

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Noice!

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This is just beautiful!! :heart_eyes:. What kind of wood did you use?

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1/8 in birch plywood, not of the baltic variety :slight_smile:
Mahalo!
And welcome!!!

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Thank you :blush::pray:

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Thank you kindly for your generous offer.

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These are beautiful. In watching your video I learned I really need to go take some classes on drawing and using vector software.

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These cards are beautiful! I especially like the heart ones. I cant WAIT to try these out!!

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