You’re in for a treat today. I’m so excited to join 6 other fabulous bloggers and share some of our favorite Valentine’s Day Ideas with you! Enjoy!!
First up, Yvonne from StoneGable. Happy Valentine’s Day! Are you looking for an easy, fun, and oh-so-pretty decor project for Valentine’s Day? This one is a real sweetheart! Let’s make a darling button heart picture that you can tuck into your decor or give as a gift. No sewing and step-by-step directions. You can make this Valentine Button Heart in an hour or less. If you have a crush on buttons like I do this project is perfect for you!
Kelly found a few pieces of perfectly chippy wood and came away with kisses. Get the easy tutorial for these darling rustic Valentine kisses on her blog My Soulful Home. If you like repurposed projects, you will love all the clever ones Kelly has conjured up. Visit here for all the My Soulful Home repurposed projects.
I’m sharing this darling craft and printable. Give the gift of creativity this Valentine’s Day with this Heart Shaped Crayon and Printable. The perfect card for anyone in your life who colors your world!
Next we have Julie from Lilacs and Longhorns. She created this darling Valentine inspired mantle!
I’m so happy to have my Co-host of Sundays at Home, Alice join us! She created this sweet rustic no- sew banner.
Mary Beth from Cupcakes & Crinoline is up next. Valentine’s Day is usually geared toward females but since I’m in a house full of men I have to think outside of the box. This Buffalo Check Mason Jar Cozy is great for my guys. The cozy fabric reminds me of a flannel shirt and even though there’s a heart cutout if the boys have this in their rooms they can turn it around so only a big button shows (Mom’s gotta be slick sometimes!). The jar can be filled with your guys favorite candy, add some homemade pom poms and you’re all set.
Last but not least, these Pretty Pastry Hearts from Love of Home. They could not be easier to make. Perfect for all your Valentine’s Day gifts!
Thank you for coming by today and thank you to the ladies who shared their projects! I hope you’ll stop by to see them.