I will be the first to admit that I am not a crafty person. It’s not for lack of effort, mind you. My Mom is very crafty and because of which I spent a great deal of time trying to find my niche in the craft world only to find out that I don’t have a niche. The good news is I am okay with that. The other good news is my son isn’t old enough to realize that I am not crafty.
This weekend Brennen and I are going to be creating some cards in honor of Valentine’s for Veterans. I believe that every day is a great opportunity to thank a veteran for his or her service, but Valentine’s Day is an even better opportunity as it is usually reserved for the one’s you love. And I love our Veterans!
Click here to read some helpful tips about creating your Valentine for Veterans card. You can also buy a Valentine’s Day card instead if you would prefer not to make one.
You can mail your card to your local Veterans Affairs medical center, click here to find the one closest to you. Just make sure you address the envelope “Valentine’s for Veterans.”
I hope everyone decides to participate in Valentine’s for Veterans. It an easy and heartfelt way to say thank you to the men and women who have served our country. And if you do participate, let me know!
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