Toast to romantic bliss with your sweetie using an etched glass you made yourself.
Keep their fingers warm and toasty with these heart-shaped (and lavender-scented!) hand warmers.
Warm and Fuzzy
Knit a coffee cozy for someone who you know likes their cup of joe to go. Extra credit: Add a sweet message (like “xoxo”) and stitch it onto a heart-shaped piece of felt.
These easy-to-make, colorful felt pouches are a sweet way to give cinnamon hearts or red, pink, and white candy corn.
Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Pick up a box of jumbo red or pink paper clips and bend them into heart-shaped designs, perfect for clipping on a love note.
All That Glitters
Add sparkle and shine with this heart-shaped gift box — then fill it full of candy hearts.
Use red, pink, or white tissue paper, buttons, and twine to dress up a box of chocolate, specially packaged by you.
Profess your love with a giant, paper bloom — and unlike the real deal, these flowers won’t wilt.
A Valentine’s Day card is always sure to give the warm and fuzzies — but a 3-D handmade one is that much more special.
Love that Glows
A standard-sized light bulb becomes an adorable little keepsake thanks to heart-shaped “wires” and a sweet pun.
Take a break from store-bought cards — help kids DIY these little critters to pass out to their classmates instead.
With a skill level of easy (and not many materials required), this rustic vase is perfect to display a single floral.
Decorate blocks with your favorite photographs — a nice break from the traditional picture frame.
Whether it’s a meaningful, touching gesture they did — or they just took over your turn doing the laundry — fill every deck of 52 cards with reasons why you love ’em.
Let’s face it: Only receiving the marshmallows from a box of Lucky Charms is a childhood dream that we still think about today.
Forget a tree trunk — carve you and your loved one’s initials inside of a heart on a pretty, scented candle instead.
Date Night Jar
A jar filled with kind, fun and easy things to do with your partner = a stress-free Valentine’s Day.