Who says that Valentine’s Day crafts are just for kids? Check out these tutorials on how to make easy, affordable and fun crafts for that special someone this Valentine’s Day.
Whether you’re spending Valentine’s Day with your boyfriend, your single girlfriends, or your family, these cute crafts are sure to say “I love you” and help you get into the spirit of Valentine’s Day.
Valentine Teabag Wrappers and Tags
These cute teabag wrappers from Creature Comforts, are not only super easy, but customizable. Choose any flavor of tea and personalize them with your own message. Put them in a super cute tin or gift bag and tie with a ribbon for a gift that is sure to impress all your friends. This blog also contains tutorials on Valentine’s Day themed candle holders and cupid style cupcakes!
Valentine’s Day Fortune “Cookies”
These love-themed Valentine’s Day fortune cookies have to be one of the easiest, most affordable, and cutest crafts you can do. Type up love notes or predict each other’s love fortune with these paper cookies for a fun and flirty Valentine’s Day craft.
Are You Lucky in Love? Scratch off Card
This card from Better Homes and Gardens might be one of the more time consuming crafts, but the results are worth it! It’s a cute creative way to give that special someone a gift that keeps on giving even after Valentine’s Day is over. It’s affordable, cute and the possibilities for personalization are endless.
What are you making your loved ones for Valentine’s Day?
Bethany Acevedo is a senior at California State University Long Beach where she is majoring in English Literature and is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. She one day hopes to work as a book editor, literary critic, or write for a magazine. Bethany is an advocate for the empowerment of women, and loves to tackle feminist issues through her writing. She is a SoCal girl, born and raised, who is obsessed with coffee, the show Mad Men, John Steinbeck and all things bows! Her passion for reading and writing never cease to inspire each other, as well as her life. She believes in the power of language to change the world, and the potential for literature and education to empower anyone.
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