Valentine’s Day is just for fun and what could be more fun than creating some pretty Valentine’s Day Crafts. I put together some Valentine’s Day Craft ideas which include decorations and gifts. I have been busy having a blast crafting with my daughter, Olivia, and I wanted to share what we have been busy crafting. That’s not all I have a bonus, I am sharing more Valentine’s inspiration created by some amazing bloggers too. So let’s get started.
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Valentine’s Day Crafts
If you own a glue gun, scissors, wire cutters, and some chalk paint you are set. However, every project will have a supplies list so please check for additional required supplies. Let’s have some fun and just be in the moment creating something lovely.
Cute Valentines Idea
Want to make someone smile? Then you will love this cute Valentine craft, everything Gnomes. In the past, we have made Mr. & Mrs. gnomes, gnome applique pillows, gnome felt ornaments and now we are adding gnome vinyl decals. You are going to love these cute decal ideas on a sweet tea towel, mug and more. Making decals with Cricut is fast, easy and budget-friendly. You can find the instructions, patterns and how-to video for making the gnome is this earlier post.
I asked Olivia to create vinyl decals with her Cricut that look like the gnome pillow applique designs she made for me two years ago. See how cute this Mr. & Mr. Gnome pillows turned out.
Olivia has these FREE gnome vinyl decal designs available on your post see it HERE.
Valentine’s Day Decorations Ideas
After Christmas when all the pretty decorations are packed away and the house looks so stark it is the perfect time to craft some DIY Valentine Decorations.
Valentine Door Hanger
During a recent visit to Dollar Tree, I purchased a chalkboard heart that I planned to decorate.
The heart was in need of some LOVE so I traced a transfer as a guide to paint on the I Love You with chalk paint.
You can see how I made them in this DIY video below.
Using white transfer paper I under my design I trace my design onto the heart.
After cutting nine pieces of ribbon 14″ long I start folding over the ribbon to form the loops and pinch in the center.
This is my favorite bow since I like all those tails and different ribbons.
If you would like to learn how to make all my favorite bows please read this earlier post I wrote about bows.
Learn how super easy it is to make a cute gnome.
DIY Valentine Gifts
Handmade Burlap Signs
Making pretty signs with burlap for decorating and gifts are a breeze when following Pamela’s (DIY Vibes) step by step tutorial.
Cricut Valentine Projects
These adorable tea towels were made by Lia from Southern Yankee DIY. Lia shows you how to make vinyl decal projects with her Cricut Maker. These are going to be so pretty in her kitchen.
Valentine’s Wreath DIY
If you have been reading my blog then you know I love a loopy yarn wreath and this pretty one is ready for Valentine’s Day. My friend, Rebecca, from Hello Central Avenue, shares how she made this lovely Valentine’s Day wreath complete with her handmade pom poms. Those pretty in pink pom-poms add a feminine touch of whimsy, so grab some yarn and join us as we make homemade Valentine decorations.
This gorgeous ombre wreath was created by Sarah from Salmonde. She used a coffee filter flower style made with mini cupcake papers. Sarah dyes them with food coloring and then using this really cool hot glue pan (that I am ordering) she attaches them to a regular piece of cardboard she cut out with a template made with her Silhouette Cameo 3.
If you enjoy simple Valentine’s Day ideas to craft then you are going to love this one. I am always amazed at the gorgeous crafts ideas Agnes from Just That Perfect Piece shares weekly
You already know I love gnomes so this pretty re-cycle gnome is fun for a Valentine’s wreath. Michelle from Our Crafty Mom shares how easy it is to make Valentine’s Day projects from re-cycled items.
I wanted to share a budget-friendly $4 wreath made by Kerri, from Mama Dares. Kerri can make beautiful wreaths and decor from anything so check out how she decorated her porch for $12.
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