15 Simple Valentine’s Day Projects
The holiday of love is just a week away and I’ve rounded up 15 simple Valentine’s Day projects of my own and from various bloggers for you to do in time to celebrate. Our family is getting together for pizza Sunday night and I’m going to give my grandkids their Valentine’s gifts. I know I’m going to use at least one of the ideas you’ll see below. You’ll find links to each project under the photos.
I adore these book page hearts from Muslin and Merlot.
This type of craft project is right up my alley!
Happiness is Homemade shares this cute, festive hearts card garland.
Carolyn from Carolyn’s Homework always shares the most beautiful crafts.
Her decoupage heart with arrow is just stunning.
A framed button heart is elegant and pretty. This one’s from Muslin and Merlot.
Remember the candy conversation hearts you’d get as a kid? It was always fun to read them.
A conversation heart banner from Hello Little Home is cute and easy to make.
She includes a free printable for making the hearts.
Embossed Valentine’s Day cards are so pretty and elegant, and you can see how to make them at Carolyn’s Homework.
Another cute Valentine’s Day banner … this one’s from Family Fun.
These sharpie dot heart cups from Organized 31 would be cute for serving coffee or tea on Valentine’s day.
Beautiful Valentine’s Day soaps from Carolyn’s Homework make special gifts for the one you love.
I love these folded money hearts from Muslin and Merlot.
I’m going to make several of these for my grandson. I know he’ll get a kick out of them.
Don’t forget about your feathered friends!
Make these fun bird seed hearts from Thrifty Jinxy.
My simple Valentine’s Day table setting creates a festive setting for sharing a meal with those you love.
Last year I made these homemade Valentine’s Day cards.
I still have some left over to give away this year.
See how to make these charming Valentine’s bottle brush trees.
They’re easy to create in a short amount of time.
It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without fresh flowers.
See a few simple tips for arranging simple bouquets from store bought flowers.
I hope you found inspiration from these 15 simple Valentine’s Day projects.
Be sure to come back on Monday. I have a very special Valentine’s Day giveaway!
What a fun collection of Valentine’s projects. I’m particularly charmed by the book page hearts. Thanks for including my Sharpie Dot Cups.
Jennifer, thanks for the inspiration. I love your table setting. Have a Happy Valentine’s day!