More DIY Valentine Crafts – FREE Printables
If you haven't found the right Valentine project or just need more ideas here is a round-up of cute Valentine crafts for the whole family.
I really love the Gumball Machines pictured above.
It's posted by Lilac City Momma on Eat Craft Parent. They are simple and inexpensive to make using terracotta pots and trays and a glass bowls you can find at dollar stores, hardware, and discount stores. You can fill them up with your choice of Valentine themed candies. Click here for instructio...
Spread Love with Free Printable Valentine’s Day Stickers
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate Love and Happiness. Here are some easy DIY ideas with free Valentine’s Day stickers to surprise your Valentine.
We all know that one person that writes down their plans, ideas, and goals. Why not surprise them with a customized planner? You’ll need a notebook, some decorative paper or some washi tapes, ribbons, and maybe even glitter. Let your creative juices glow. And don’t forget to print the stickers and apply one on the ...
Valentine Heart Hot Pads – Free Pattern
Valentine's Day is in less than a month. Valentine's is such a fun holiday, specially for crafters! I made up this super cute set of Valentine Heart Hot Pads to use in my kitchen this Valentine's Day. They make great gifts too!
This pattern is very easy, it's perfect for beginners! It uses rows of alternating single crochet and double crochet stitches to get the textured look. To make it heart shaped you just increase and decrease stitches at the appropriate rows.
I used Lily's ...
Kids’ Valentine’s Day Party Ideas
So you want to throw a Kids' Valentine's Day Party, how fun!
As you may know our family loves to throw parties, we use any excuse or holiday. So of course we think Valentine's Day is a great day to have a party! A Valentine's Day Party doesn't have to take too much thinking, you already know your colors are going to be red and pink for the most part. And you have to have hearts, lots of hearts!
Here are some ideas to help you plan a Valentine's Day Party!
Check out this centerp...
4 Valentine Cards for the Classroom that Don’t Have Candy
All kids love to give and receive Valentine Cards, specially those that come with a sweet treat.
The easiest way to give out Valentine Cards is to buy ready made one, some even come with the treat. Just print your child's name on the card and send him to school with a bag of boxed conversation hearts or whatever.
I know my grandkids come home with lots of Valentine Cards and candies. But do you really want kids to have all that candy? Or if your child has allergies, like my grandson ...
DIY Valentine Gifts for Men
Romance is in the air! Valentine's Day is right around the corner and by now most of us moms and grandmothers are winding down our Valentine crafting. Classroom and teacher gifts are done or nearly done, as are gifts for friends and families. By now many of us have had our fill of cutting out hearts and cupids and are ready to move on. But we may have neglected one of the most important people in our lives, our significant other!
Let's be honest, Valentine's Day is ...
Popcorn Stitch Baby Headband
Baby Headbands, or any headband for that matter, are great projects to use up yarn scraps. They're quick and easy to make. They're also good projects for beginners. I made this cute Popcorn Stitch Baby Headband for my granddaughter Harper. I think she looks adorable in it!
I used #4 Worsted yarn for this headband, but you can use any kid of yarn you have, not to mention you of course can make it in any color. This is a great pattern to learn or practice the Popcorn stitch. It's ...
Picot Baby Headband
Last week I was in a mad frenzy making headbands for my only granddaughter Harper. She looks too cute in them! Being our only Princess, Harper is a bit spoiled by us all. We have 4 grandsons including her twin brother Sadi, none of them want or need crochet headbands. But I have a blast creating cute things for Harper. This Picot Baby Headband looks adorable on her. It was perfect for Valentine's Day, or any other day for that matter.
Baby Headbands are a great and easy way to use up ...
Shell Pattern Baby Headband – Free Pattern
When you have been crocheting or knitting for a while you tend to accumulate bits of extra yarn. I know I have a basket full! One of the best ways to make use of yarn scraps are quick easy projects such as this Shell Pattern Baby Headband.
This baby headband takes less than an hour to make and they are so cute! I made a couple for my one and only granddaughter Harper, my grandsons were not interested in any! Once you make the basic headband you can decorate it with just about anything, ...