Do-It-Yourself Valentine’s Day Gifts

When you hear the words “Valentine’s Day,” does your heart sink? It might just be because over the years, you’ve had your fill of balloons, chocolate, cards, and flowers. This Valentine’s Day, it might be fun to try something different! We’ve compiled a selection of DIY ideas that are sure to make someone’s heart go pitter patter!

Write a Love Letter

Compose a personal message for that special someone, or at least put together some of the necessary implements. Here are instructions for making paper from home. If this seems too complicated, you can always buy some nice stationary and make this unique pencil holder! All you need are a handful of coasters, glue, and a drill.

Say It with Flowers

You can actually skip the flowers altogether and just present the vase with these creative ideas. Here are instructions on making a vase with a plastic bottle. Short on time? Here’s a mini vase you can create in under 30 seconds that uses a balloon. If these ideas seem too minimalistic, here’s a nice one that will take a little more effort, but is worth it in the end.

Wear your Heart on your Sleeve

Actually, skip the sleeves and put up some decorations to express your true feelings! Here are inexpensive ideas that involve items you probably already have at home. These decorations might take more time, but it’s worth it! Really, all you need is your imagination and brown paper bags to make a truly sweet expression of love!

If none of these suggestions seem appealing, it’s not too late to order something ready-made. This site suggests top places to buy gifts online, including everything from jewelry to chocolate. Pick something for your special someone and then rent one of these fifty romance films. If they love you, they’ll love whatever you have to offer!

Robyn Warner
Robyn Warner has been writing since she learned how to hold a pen. She wrote her first book of poems before the age of 10. Though creative writing is her preference, she is enjoying life in the technical blog world. Robyn’s goal in her 30s is to use her writing to inspire fellow cancer survivors and have a job that gives her the flexibility to live anywhere and never wear shoes.

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