Add a LOVE-ly touch to your Valentine’s Day celebration with a pretty and simple crochet heart garland made with upcycled t-shirt yarn!
Turn an old straw purse into a beautiful and unique door decoration for Valentine’s Day.
Creating personalized keychains using resin and beautiful gold flakes.
Create a romantic DIY wreath using scrap fabric to sew simple heart shapes positioned around a large hoop ring to enjoy all year long.
This LOVE-ly Valentine’s Day decor project using scrap wood blocks and letters is a great way to make a big impact with little cost.
These adorable coloring bookmarks are a great non candy Valentines Day alternative for the kids. Includes full tutorial using the Cricut Maker.
Treat yourself to a Valentine’s Day candy jar using your Cricut Maker and a mason jar as well as other fun candy jar ideas!
With a little paint you can transform mini clay pots into LOVE-ly little treats for your sweet! Plus over a dozen other Valentine’s crafts to make!
Who doesn’t like a little romance in their life? Although I personally wouldn’t consider myself a romantic, I do appreciate symbols of love and admiration such as this simple heart …
Does your sweetie love electronics? This DIY cord organizer idea, created with upcycled scaps of leather makes a thoughtful and practical gift idea for him!
Make this simple and quick rustic heart shaped wreath that’s not only perfect for Valentine’s Day but for all year long!
If you’re looking for an easy dessert to treat your sweetie, try this chocolate and coconut coated mini-cake recipe (also known as cupavci). It’s sure to become a family favourite in no-time!
Heart-shaped treasures found on the beach inspired this nautical décor piece: a DIY rocks and sea glass mobile for the wall.
Do you have a loved one who loves the short film “Lava”? Give them this fun “I Lava You” Valentines Day card. Just print the free download, fold, sign and give!
Don’t throw away those past-prime yet beautiful bouquets. You’ll find lots of tips and inspiration in FTD’s guide to preserving and repurposing flowers.
Five creative and colourful ideas to use up broken crayon nubs.
Make these adorable angelic fridge magnets with baking soda and cornstarch clay and your favourite cookie cutter. But be careful: the magnets will outshine any artwork that they are meant to hold in place!