Guys! I can’t even wait to tell you how Paul and I are celebrating Valentine’s Day. Hint: costumes will be involved. And Paul’s may be fancier than mine. That’s all I’m going to say for now.
I’ve had a ball creating Valentine’s Day projects for you. I love Valentine’s Day. I think it must be the warm color palette. Or love or something. I made this ombre garland for a couple of workshops that I gave this week. Stay tuned for more details about them.
Valentine’s Day craft ideas
No matter how you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day, we’ve got some crafts that will surely bring you some joy! Whether you want to adorn your house in pinks and reds or prefer a more subtle take to the holiday, we have some Valentine’s Day craft ideas for you!
Wreaths are the perfect addition to your home for any holiday you’re celebrating! This Valentine’s Day paper flower wreath is a Lars favorite! This crepe paper cherry wreath is also great for the holiday and for welcoming the warmer months of Spring! If you’re feeling extra fancy, incorporate real flowers into your decor with this baby’s breath heart wreath.
String these printable Papel Picado streamers in your home for some festive decor. For some adorable and creative Valentine’s check out these paper lipstick valentines. Every Valentine’s Day celebration needs fun drink stirrers or straws! Take a look at these eyeball gumball drink stirrers and these party straws and stirrers.
If you aren’t into big Valentine’s Day parties, valentine’s cards are still a must! We’ve made it super easy to hand out Valentine’s to all of your friends and family with printables! These compliment cards have plenty of different sayings, so you can hand them out to everyone including friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers! If you’re in a pinch, check out these last-minute Valentines printables. There’s everything from cards, to games, to gift boxes in the last-minute list!
Don’t forget to check out the Lars Valentine’s Day shop to get more printables, craft ideas, and gifts for your loved ones!
photography by Trisha Zemp