AIR MAIL: Country Living Airplane Valentine

I realize it’s a bit early to be talking Valentines Day, after all we’re just heading into the new year. But if you’re of the crafty-gift-giving-sect then you’re probably like me and think a few holidays ahead. When crafting for Country Living magazine, I’m often several holidays ahead on the calendar. Today my February issue of CL arrived and I couldn’t wait to share my latest project with you. I designed an easy-to-make printable Valentine paper airplane for sending to the one(s) you love. It’s found on page 49. Click the image below to download the free PDF file of the Paper Airplane Valentine. Trim out the airplane graphic along the dotted lines removing the instructions, add your salutation and fold accordingly. Deliver. Done!

Spice things up by adding a lipstick kiss or mist of your signature fragrance. Make early or add the link for the project to your calendar a day or two before February 14 and you won’t be caught empty handed for Valentines Day!

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30 Responses to AIR MAIL: Country Living Airplane Valentine

  1. #1 - Cheryl says:

    You are stinkin’ clever.

  2. #2 - Julianne says:

    So adorable, thanks for sharing and for the preview!

  3. #3 - Shoregirl says:

    Adorable – thanks for sharing!

  4. #4 - Ann says:

    What a cute idea Cathe – love it!

  5. #5 - Karen says:

    I read this as I was getting ready to sit down to my issue. Although, at first I thought it was different because mine has a different cover. I love the cover of yours because I have the same cute little sheep that’s on the shelf. Your valentine is so cute and yes, I have already been pinning Valentine ideas.

  6. #7 - K&O says:

    I mean of course: idea!

  7. #8 - martina says:

    Definitely going to try this idea I always look forward to getting Country Living and seeing your contribution.

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  9. #9 - Veronica says:

    What a fabulous idea! Love the old-fashioned warm & fuzzy feeling! Popping this one onto Pinterest!

  10. #10 - Karen says:

    Oh that is charming!

  11. #11 - teresa says:

    Happy 2012- I’ve enjoyed stopping in here….such creative juices.
    Thanks for sharing

  12. #12 - Beth in NE PA says:

    I saw this article when I read my new issue. What a great idea. Thanks so much.

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  14. #13 - courtney snowden says:

    You never cease to amaze me…Happy New Year!

  15. #14 - Lisa Bivona says:

    I just saw this in the Magazine today and thought it was the coolest!
    you can be sure I’ll be flying towards my grandsons, they won’t expect it from me.

    thanks so much.

  16. #15 - Naomi Bulger says:

    Oh, I adore this! Love AND Airmail, two of my favourite things. I am now a big fan.

  17. #16 - Dara says:

    you are so smart!!! love it.

  18. #17 - joan kimball says:

    Oh my gosh! This mag is sitting on my desk at work at the library…ready to read. Congrats!

  19. #18 - Kathy says:

    I tried several ways to bring up the printable airplane valentine but the page comes up black every time. The airplane is adorable so I’ll keep trying.

  20. #19 - terry says:

    i keep trying to open this at the actual country living site and from this link and it says it is a password protected document? any help?

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  22. #20 - cpbirk says:

    What a super idea, since I am giving my husband a flying lesson… I can deliver it in style. Thanks!

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  26. #21 - Patience Allegood says:

    This is soooo cute!!!!! I love your stuff!!!

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  28. #22 - Shawnee says:

    I love this idea I used to pen pal in my twenties and I look forward into writing someone again and making nice things for them. Thanks for Sharing!!

  29. #23 - Pam says:

    Thank you! This is adorable!