That will give you 27 pieces to work with. My card stock was printed on 1 side and white on the other but I bet you can get some awesome designs if you use 2 sided card stock. Next cut 3 pieces that measure 3 x 6 from each of the white pink and red card stock. Score each 3x6 in half to make a 3x3 card. You'll get 9 cards from the 3 sheets of stock plus scraps to add to your designs. Now let your imagination go wild! I used some heart and circle punchs that I punched out from left over solid card stock used to make the cards. I also used a few stamps on some rectangles adding Valentine greetings. Super simple, super cute!
A much quicker card for the kids to make is the envelope card. Adults will like making these too just add more embellishments. I used my envelope maker and used the measurements for a 3x3 card envelope. You start with a 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 piece of card stock of your choice. Score on the 2 5/8 mark on score envelope board. Fold on score lines. If you don't have the envelope score board you can do this instead. Cut a piece of card stock 5 1/4 x 5 1/4. on all four sides measure half way point (2 5/8) and place a little mark. Make a score mark from 1 dot diagonally to the next dot. At each dot make a small V cut. As shown below. All 4 corners can be left pointed or you can use your corner rounder and round them off.
Decorate out side and inside fold and close with a small Valentine sticker. Ta Da! Super simple again!
I'm feeling the LOVE! I think I'll go make a few more Valentine cards!