How to make a Valentine’s Day Craft: How to put your love life in perspective
Posted On July 8, 2021
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A new Valentine’s day craft is coming to the UK from Craftsafe.
The craft, called ‘Valentine Art’, is being designed to highlight the relationship between people and art, and the work is set to be exhibited at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, with the intention of creating a buzz around the new craft.
The Valentine Art project has been in development for a few years now, and is now being presented in collaboration with the UK’s Museum of Modern Art.”
Art is an important part of who we are, so we are looking forward to working with a partner to deliver the artworks for our next Valentine’s gift, so that people are inspired to have more fun with their Valentine’s days.”
The Valentine Art project has been in development for a few years now, and is now being presented in collaboration with the UK’s Museum of Modern Art.
Craftworksafe is a craft shop and online retail site that sells artworks, accessories and collectables to people in all 50 states and over the world.
Its business model is to offer online shops with a range of craft and creative goods, from jewellery to vinyl record sleeves.
Craftsafes products range from a variety of crafts, from hand-crafted gifts to collectable vinyl, to the traditional crafts such as carving a flower into a bottle of wine or designing your own cupcake.
The craft shop has also been working with the Victoria and Darwin Museum of Art to launch the Valentine Art.
“This is a unique and beautiful gift, which we hope will inspire people to have fun with art, create something new and inspire the next generation of artists,” said Davies.
“We want to show the creative power of our craft and encourage people to try something new, and share it with others.”
The craft works are being displayed on Craftsafety.com and Craftsaver.com, and are expected to go on show in the UK at the Victoria & Albert Museum from the 16th February.