DIY Valentine’s Gifts are not only fun to make but can also be really cheap too. Getting the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for that special person in your life doesn’t have to be expensive! The hubby and I have spent much more than necessary in the past on Valentine’s Day gifts for each other but this year, we’re planning to have a nice meal (cooked by the hubby) and a cosy night in.
You may know that I love anything to do with crafts, so I have been scouring the web for inspiration for things that I could make that are cheap and fun too. I found a great selection of DIY Valentine’s Gifts online so I thought I’d share my favourites with you below!
How cool is this? This project by Allison at All For The Memories is fun and easy to make for your loved ones – could be a great gift for ‘him’.
All you need are some craft sticks, a photo, mod podge, craft knife and a nice little bag to put them in. The tutorial is over on Allison’s site.
I love candles and this one by Richella at Imparting Grace caught my eye straightaway.
It doesn’t take much effort or cost to come up with a few decorations like this for Valentine’s Day and you’ve got yourself a lovely romantic environment!
This would make a gorgeous DIY Valentine’s Gift for ‘her’ wouldn’t it? This Wall Art project was made by Chelsea at Making Home Base and she has a tutorial over at her site.
Chelsea even used an old frame for this and painted it white. Nice and frugal.
Ever since I discovered Lush, I’ve been wanting to make bath bombs. Maria at Maria’s Self has a recipe for this on her site, which is really cheap to make.
Who’d have thought that luxury could come this cheap?
Whazzat? Five Minute Fudge?
Yes, this tasty treat for ‘him’ and ‘her’ can be made in just five minutes with an easy, frugal recipe courtesy of Lori at Frugaled Monton Mama. You can even freeze it.
Make sure your kids feel special on Valentine’s Day too by getting them involved with this fun kid’s craft! (Although, I must admit I’d like to make this myself.) You can read how to make it over at Free Fun in Austin.
I love this project by Erin from Inspired Elementary. Making these would be so much fun for the kids this Valentine’s Day! You can find out how she made them by visiting her site. I’m definitely going to try this with my daughter!
Just wanted to say a big thanks to these talented crafters who gave me permission to use their photos on my site.
Do you intend to make DIY Valentine’s Gifts this year? Hope you have a fun and frugal Valentine’s Day!
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