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5 Fun Valentine’s Day DIYs

diy resin conversation heart paperweight DIY paperweights by Lovely Indeed

 Happy Valentine’s Day! I am super excited because I just received a package in the mail from my parents with a special Valentine’s Day goodie bag inside. I may be a “grown up”, but I love that my parents still send me care packages for each holiday. It’s such a nice reminder of home, not to mention they always send me the best goodies! I’ve rounded up these 5 fun Valentine’s Day DIYs for you to give as gifts to your friends, loved ones, or keep all to yourself.

DIY resin conversation heart paperweight 1. DIY resin conversation heart paperweights by Lovely Indeed

So, apparently this conversation heart paperweight comes in a DIY kit. Meaning you can get all the supplies you need sent straight to you. Now that’s my kind of DIY! These paperweights are the cutest, plus they’re actually something I would put to good use on my desk.

DIY donut Valentines cards 2. Donut You Know I Love You? Valentines by Oh Happy Day

If someone gave me a donut for Valentine’s Day, I’d probably be the happiest person ever. I don’t know about you, but I personally think homemade food-related Valentines are the best. You can whip up a batch of my vegan & gluten-free cinnamon sugar baked donuts and stuff them in a bag for the perfect sweet treat.

DIY heart Crayons 3. DIY heart Crayons by 100 Layer Cake-let

Crayons are another thing I’ll never be too old to enjoy. I got a small “It’s the Little Things” coloring book for Christmas full of small notes with inspirational quotes. I wonder if these mixed colored Crayons could give my illustrations a marbled look. I definitely want to test them out!

DIY dynamite valentines 4. DIY You’re Dynamite Valetines by Sugar & Cloth

These dynamite tubes would be a great gift for your girlfriends. I’d pack them full of candy, a handwritten note, and confetti. You can fill them with anything your heart desires, but I think a personalized note adds that extra special touch.

pucker up free printable coasters 5. Pucker Up! free printable coasters by Studio DIY

I’m always grabbing a coaster to put my daily cup of hot tea on. I always use the same one, so it’d be nice to have these pink & red Valentine’s Day coasters to switch it up. Change is good every now and then, especially when it comes to decorating my apartment.

I hope you enjoyed this round-up and don’t forget to give lots of hugs and kisses on Valentine’s Day! And hey, if that means loving on yourself, then go for it.

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