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There is nothing better in my mind than a homemade gift. I love getting them and I especially like giving them. I feel such a sense of pride when the recipient likes their gift. Since I already covered Creative Valentine Printables, I wanted to put together something for the grown-ups. Whether you’re looking for a gift for your child’s teacher or your own special someone, these Valentine’s Day Gifts are sure to inspire you.
Valentine’s Day Gifts
This Conversation Heart Soap from Bitz n Giggles will get the conversation started with any Valentine. Plus, you won’t believe how simple it is to make!
You all know that I’m a no-sew kind of girl, but this Valentine’s Day Embroidery Hoop Art from Live Laugh Rowe is definitely doable. Looks like I need to find a needle!
This DIY Heart Wall Art from Homey Oh My looks like an ordinary piece of wall art, but I was blown away by the process of how she created it. You have to see this!
I love this DIY Sweetheart Glass Block Tutorial from My Paper Craze for a teacher gift. Quick and easy is my first name!
Thes Etched Glass Valentine’s Day Mason Jars from Essentially Eclectic are just so sweet and any type of jar would work.
Riley loves having her hair pulled back and a bow tucked in it. Now, we can Make Your Own Stylish Bobby Pins from The DIY Dreamer for her friends.
How sweet is this Love Bird Sign from Let’s Drink Coffee, Darling? I love the top part. Can you guess what it’s made from? Go check the tutorial to see if you’re right.
These Valentine Heart Necklace from The Messy Roost are perfect for just about anyone. I need to make these for Riley’s teachers. They’re just so perfect!
This DIY Photo Booth Picture Strip from Do Small Things with Love is showing you how to create your own. No wedding reception necessary.
One of my favorite materials to work with is felt so these Felt Valentine’s Day Jars from Crafty Lumberjacks is right up my alley.
I plan on making these Valentine’s Day Cupid Arrow Pencil Toppers from Momdot for myself just so I can show them off to my students.
If you don’t need a pair of these Fingerless Gloves from Crafty Journal then I am jealous. I don’t need them for outside. I need them for inside with the way the weather has been here, we can’t get it warm enough inside.