Homemade Valentine’s Ideas

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to be sharing several Valentine’s Day Idea’s posts with you. I have a lot of great handmade ideas to post here from around the web. There are some seriously brilliant people out there! :) I’m also working on a few of my own Valentine’s Day craft projects and I hope to share them with you soon!

Homemade Valentine’s Ideas

I adore these crayon heart valentines from Whipperberry!

Homemade goody bags are perfect for school or Sunday school valentines.

Create a Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt! So fun!

These felt hearts are so cute….many different possibilities.

Be still my heart! Check out these “thumb family” valentines!

Adorable little lip and moustache lollipops!

Source: craftgawker.com via Myra on Pinterest

Paint chips and stamps make beautiful valentines.

Construction paper and scrapbook paper make such creative valentines. I love the tic-tac-toe version!

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Easy butterfly lollipop valentines!

“I Dig You” valentines with little shovels and m&ms. Cute!

“You make my heart flutter” valentine cards – free printable!

Source: skiptomylou.org via Myra on Pinterest

Another lollipop idea – a flower. These would be cute displayed in a vase or flower pot.

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How clever are these valentine bottle caps?!

I might just make a button-heart card this year.

Do you have left over candy canes from Christmas? Create some candy cane lollipop hearts for valentine’s day!

The texture and depth of this Valentine’s Day card is amazing! I would love to make this one as well!

homemade valentines
I hope you’ve gotten some amazing inspiration to begin working on homemade valentine’s!

Do you normally make or buy valentines?

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XO

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Comments

  1. Laura says

    I made paint chip valentines for my loved ones. (Others made have had the same idea, there were hardly any red/pink paint chips left!) I didn’t have any stamps, so I bought some letter and heart stickers and used those instead. And, to give them a finished look, I mod podged over the top. They turned out pretty cute.

  2. Joy says

    Thx for sharing Myra! I usually buy our kid’s Valentine Cards… but will have to do one of your lollipop treats for our son’s classmates this year! :) Love your blog :)

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