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Valentine’s Day DIYs We Love

Whether you’re looking for a DIY gift for your friend, a significant other, or just a lovely project for yourself, we have some of the sweetest love-themed DIYs to get you in the mood for romance!

IMG_2354_copyPlan for next year’s Valentine’s Day with this beautiful ombre calender from Me and My DIY.

Relief-Candle-13 If you’ve met the one who lights your soul on fire, this DIY carved candle may be just the thing for your flame.

easy-Valentines-day-glitter-sign-2-600x445Keep it simple and sparkly with this numerical glitter wall art. Perfect for a party with friends!

Vday-arrows-2These subtle Valentine’s Day arrows can be a decor staple on any day!

DIY_Glitter_Sequin_Metallic_Heart_Pillow21Snuggle up to this sparkling heart pillow, or give it to a friend!

DIY: Embellished Valentine’s Day Cards

This Valentine’s Day why not get a little crafty and make a card for your loved one? With our two templates, creating the perfect Valentine’s Day card is as easy as printing and pasting.

Valentines Cards Template

DSC_0273LOVE Card

What You’ll Need:

LOVE Card Template

3mm Imported Rayon Twist Cord


E6000 or Hot GlueDSC_02761. Trace the word “LOVE” using your glue.

DSC_02792. Place the cord in the script shape. cord3. You will have to cut the cord when getting to the “O” and “V” to avoid the overlapping cord..


What You’ll Need:


5mm Brass Figure Eight Chain


E6000 or Hot GlueDSC_1291

1. Trace the heart-shaped filament inside of the light bulb using glue.DSC_1296

2. Place the chain over the glue path.DSC_1323

DIY Ribbon Flower Bouquet


The best Valentine’s Day gifts are the ones that are handmade with love.  That’s why a DIY floral bouquet is the perfect gift!  It is beautiful and never dies!  Using ribbons from our Valentine’s Day inspired secetion on our website, we love the way this DIY came out and we hope you do, too!


4 yds of red double faced silk ribbon

2 yds of forest green double faced silk ribbon

1 ft of red sheer satin edge ribbon

1 yd of twine






1.  Cut 2-3 ft of your red double faced ribbon.  At one end, fold the longer end over the shorter end making a right triangle, as shown.

2.  Make a second right triangle with the longer end of the ribbon, as shown.


3.  Keep making right triangles by folding the longer ribbon over itself until you have made several squares.  Make sure to hold your squares together with one hand as you work.


4.  Once you’ve made enough squares, take what is left of the longer end and slide it through the center hole of your squares.  Pull it close so that it makes the center of your flower.  Make sure to keep holding your squares in place.


5.  Slightly twist some of the levels to make the flower look more believable.  Glue some of the layers together so that the flower doesn’t unravel.


6.  Cut about 2.5 ft of your wire and fold it over twice, as shown.


7.  Add some glue to the ribbon that is at the back of your flower and wrap it around the wire.


8.  Add glue to the end of your green ribbon and add it to the very top of the wrapped wire.  Keep wrapping the green ribbon around the wire until you are about 2 inches from the bottom.

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9.  Cut the green ribbon and add glue to finish the stem.

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10.  Repeat steps 1-9 to create more flowers.


11.  Use your twine to wrap your flowers together.  Starting at the middle of your stems, wrap down to the bottom of your wires and then back to the top where you started. Cut and hold the twine in place with glue.

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12.  Use your sheer ribbon to add a bow in the middle of your twine.


13.  And now you have a beautiful bouquet to give to your loved one!

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