Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and while you could splash out on jewelry, flowers or an expensive meal, I think that nothing says I love you quite like some sweet handmade goodness. Whether you’re throwing a big Valentine’s Day bash with all of your friends or spending a romantic day with your sweetie, I’ve rounded up some of my favourite DIYs from around the web to help you celebrate and show that special someone you care.
This Heart Attack DIY from The House that Lars Built is a super sweet way to tell someone how much you care especially if they’re far away! This is actually the third Heart Attack DIY they’ve created and the other two are pretty cute too. Check them out here and here.
image source: The House that Lars Built
I love arrows and I love food, so these edible arrow valentines are obviously a big winner in my books. They also look incredibly easy to make and perfect for kids (or just the big kid in all of us).
image source: The Coterie Blog
This tiny parcel from Pink Pistachio‘s 14 Days of Love isn’t actually a DIY at all, but it easily could be don’t you think? How cute would it be to find one of these hidden somewhere every day leading up to Valentine’s day?
image source: Pink Pistachio
You don’t have to love cake to love this fun ruffled cake box from Craft that Party. Use it to store all the valentines from your many admirers or fill it up with sweet treats and love notes for your special someone.
image source: Craft that Party
If you’re not the pink and frilly type, this printable geometric heart wrapping paper, might be right up your alley. It’s a fun and festive way to wrap those Valentine’s day gifts without being overly schmaltzy.
image source: Minieco
If you’re planning to throw a bit of a do with friends on Valentine’s Day, then this pink popcorn would make the perfect snack for the festivities. You can even package it up as little take home favours for your guests to enjoy at home.
image source: She Wears Many Hats
You can pretty much turn any of your favourite everyday sweet treats into Valentine’s Day sweet treats simply by purchasing a heart shaped cookie cutter, but these two-toned heart shaped cookies require a little extra effort on your part, making them all the more special (and earning you extra brownie points to boot).