The Super Bowl is finally over! We laughed and cried at the commercials, rocked out to Bruno Mars (love him) and then covered our eyes and prayed for the Broncos. Football crafts and parties were fun while they lasted but now it’s time to jump back into Valentine’s Day. So today I figured I would share a few great Valentines Day Crafts I’ve seen around the Blogsphere.
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First up is Freezer Paper Stenciled Valentine Pillows from Silly Pearl. I love Freezer Paper Stencils. They are so simple and are just a great way to personalize anything you can paint with fabric paint.
Muddy Buddy Valentines by Reasons To Skip The Housework. First of all, I love Muddy Buddies. Secondly if she didn’t have you at the Muddy Buddies and love for Target Dollar Spot (be still my heart) then she probably hooked you with the name of her blog. Ha! I don’t have to have a reason to skip the housework but I’m not going to turn one down either.
Valentine’s Heart Vase by One Artsy Mama. Isn’t this cute? It’s a great craft for kids (kinda like the Napkin Luminaries) but it looks like a million bucks! I’m pinning it to my Mod Podge Crafts Pinterest Board.
Cake for One Valentine’s with free printable by Happy Go Lucky. This is a wonderful gift idea for Valentine’s Day! Teachers that need that simple chocolate indulgence to get through the day would love this Cake for One Valentine’s.
Owl Always Love You Love Coupons by Country Chic Cottage. Cute Printable Coupons for Valentine’s Day. These are great because you get to fill out what they’re good for. I would fill some out that say, ” Good for a back rub for your mom” and give them to my daughters for Valentine’s Day. That’s how it works right?
12 Months of Pre-Planned Date Nights by The Thinking Closet. This is such a sweet idea plus it’s so needed when life gets busy and you get into the same ol’ same ol’ rut. Print out all the cards, fill in the date ideas and give it to your sweetie.
You Blow Me Away Valentines by The Girl Creative. My kids would love to receive this Valentine. It’s cute and bubbly! Plus they’re easy to do. Just grab the free printable, print it and then tie it on!
There you go. I think we’re back into the swing of Valentine’s Day Crafts.
Which ones are your favorites?
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