Valentine’s Day is less than a week away? Have you sorted out something special for your valentine? I’ve been helping my boys make valentine’s boxes for school and we’ve decided to do some watercolor hearts for them to bring in to school. I still have to make something for them and Luke. I always give my little boys and husband valentines. I thought it would be fun to share 23 Sweet Valentine’s Day Ideas!!!
Who doesn’t love some pink, white and red and a little bit of romance. I think you’re gonna love these ideas!
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A heart full of love! Matthew Mead filled a giant heart with unexpected items. Gorgeous candy, artisanal chocolates and delectable cookies, or as my husband would say biscuits. Simply take cupcake holders and fill them to your hearts content. You could also fill with small toys, vintage jewelry or stationery depending on who the recipient is.
I’m swooning over this romantic Valentine’s Day Tablescape at French Country Cottage The twinkling lights in the background, blushing flowers and beautiful hand painted blue and white china.
Creating your own Valentine’s is fun and easy. I used a little paint and some stencils to create these boxes. We made our own truffles too. I ate way too many of them by the way. Click here to see the project.
A Burst of Beautiful gives simple wrapping some elegance and flair with a pretty printable and succulents. I think the succulents add so much to this beautiful parcel as does the sweet little girl.
Farmhouse on Boone shows that a Valentine’s table can be relaxed and elegant. I love the mix of brass candlesticks, ticking stripe napkins and gorgeous pops of red (wine and strawberries).
Want a sweet treat for your Valentine? Why not make whipped cream hearts for hot chocolate. Craftberry Bush has a lovely tutorial.
Another pretty heart ideas – why not make a pretty doily heart garland? Ella Claire has a beautiful tutorial.
There’s nothing more special than handmade Valentine’s cards. Town and Country Living shares how to make these pretty ones.
Watercolor beautifully captures some daisies. Why not turn these free printables (click here) I created into cards or art for your Valentine?
These Valentine’s Day cookies by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia look yummy scrummy!
How cute are these Valentine fish bowls by Craftberry Bush. I know my candy loving kids and their friends would love them. You won’t believe what she used to make them.
Another sweet one for children are these kraft bags by So Much Better with Age:
What a cute garland by Liz Marie Blog to add some Valentine’s cheer to your farmhouse!
Blush pinks, warm golds, pretty watercolor and gold take center stage to make for a dreamy tablescape by Craftberry Bush.
Ella Claire turned pink and white candies into a fun platter – perfect for Valentine sweets.
Pink hot chocolate is the perfect treat for your valentine. Paint Me Pink is serving some up on her blog.
Delicate pink roses and fairy wings are all a girl desires on Valentine’s! Stop by So Much Better with Age to see more of this pretty Valentine’s Table.
Pink and lace are the perfect accompany for a Valentine’s Day Dresser, click here to see the painting tutorial.
Matthew Mead gave this simple chocolate cupcake some Valentine’s love with some sprinkles and an artful imprint. So simple and sweet.
These pretty pink books would look so festive for a little Valentine’s tea party. See how to create your own with a few easy steps over at So Much Better with Age.
Why not cozy up your bedroom for Valentine’s? Liz Marie Blog shows you how!
Create a nature inspired gift for your Valentine. I love this wall hanging by Shades of Blue Interiors.
A little vintage garden cherub makes the perfect accompaniment for for tulips. See the post here.
I hope you enjoy this post and it gave you loads of ideas for Valentine’s Day! Wising you all a beautiful day!