Get creative. Use celery sticks with radishes shaped as hearts, cheese sticks with apple, or chocolate fingers with strawberries.
These translucent hanging hearts are easy to make from waxed paper and crayons. In return, sunbeams will color your room with cheer.
Lauren Conrad's XO cardboard door hanger. Change it up to reflect your colour preferences.
For the friends that sew...hint, hint.
Hearts on the wall! We used heart-shaped cardboard boxes to create a pair of Lite Brite Hearts as well as a simple, chic Chalkboard Clock.
Add to your favourite soup or make for lunchbox snacks.
Each little paper container inside the jar contains a date idea. Each month we will pick one out and we have four weeks to make sure we set aside an evening to do whatever is on the card.
Blogger Lindsay Eidahl made these conversation stones for her and her husband to use over their Valentine's Day dinner. You can print out her free template, or come up with your own topics.
3 Healthy Strawberry Snacks for Valentine’s Day
Wendy, of ModernParentsMessyKids.com says that "while I have no objection to a bit of chocolate and a few conversation hearts, I’d prefer to celebrate the holiday with a few healthier treats — and that’s where strawberries come in", and I totally agree.
The possibilities are endless. Write your own message for your loved ones to enjoy.
No instructions required for this craft. Decorate the jars as you wish and fill them with candy or items for pampering.
Follow the link for some sweet printables.
Add pictures of just a message. These letter blocks will fuel your imagination and please the recipient.