With Valentine’s Day approaching, here’s a thoughtful gift from kids:
A homemade card.
Here are the 4 easy steps:
- Use glue to draw a heart on a red sheet of paper.
- Sprinkle the heart with Epsom salt and let it dry.
- Shake off excess Epsom salt.
- Write a sweet message for your loved one.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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