Your kiddo can worm his way into classmates' hearts with these punny goodie bags. Just mix with "dirt" (i.e. ) and attach a sweet note by tying a onto a .
If the way to the heart is through the stomach, this sweet sugar cookie should do the trick. Use a to write out your love letter easily and, more importantly, legibly.
Let loved ones try their luck with these DIY scratchers. The key is to mix with a little dish soap — and gift with a shiny penny, of course.
This polaroid card is most certainly on trend — but the heart cut-outs give this 3D beauty the look of a .
A simple brown paper card and a loving message is made better with a few . All eyes will be on your card, that's for sure.
Get a little artsy with it. Show off your watercolor skills with these sunset-hued "bleeding" hearts. Top it off with a simple message or let the hearts stand on their own — up to you.
On Valentine's Day, keep that sweetness coming with this "jar of hearts" marker and stamp DIY.
We get it — your head and heart are in the clouds. But come back down to earth real quick to craft this pop-up card that is, best of all, made from a charming (and free!) printable.
Offer this adorable mini bunting as a token of your love and affection.
Many use mason jars to store treasures, so use this sweet design to offer your heart (they're actually wearable pins!) to the one you desire.
Valentine's Day is the perfect opportunity to bring a cheesy pun to life. And a card that sails through the air offers an extra bit of flair.
Skip foil-wrapped candies and make a multi-hued DIY crayon the centerpiece of your kid's V-Day cards for the class.
Circles cut from pretty paper (finally, a reason to buy that you've been eyeing!) make fine fortunes to give to friends.
Even novice stitchers can recreate this minimalist beauty — the effect is impressive nonetheless.
Supplies from the craft store's stamp aisle get a DIY upgrade with this tutorial's easy embellishments.
Two presses of your thumb create a quick heart that also adds a personal touch to any card.
A bit of trick photography (don't worry, it's easy to replicate) turns your kids' outstretched hands into a funny candy-delivery device.