Get your kids in the Valentine's Day spirit by removing existing water bottle labels and replacing them with these free "love potion" . Crack these water bottles open and love just might fill the cafeteria. Is it magic or just a mother's love?
Let love grow with by adding one of these silly signs to a painted pot. Top the soil with for even more color.
There's no better gift than peace of mind, but a DIY bath bomb to use in a hot, rela soak comes pretty close. Pair with a bottle of wine for the ultimate home spa experience.
Show little ones just how much you love them (and encourage budding artists!) with these heart crayons. Kids can create multicolor creations from a single heart.
This DIY body scrub tastes as good as it smells. Soothing coconut oil, strawberry extract, and exfoliating sugar granules will make the receiver's skin as happy as their nose.
Reflect on your time together as couple with these customizable love coupons. Go romantic or funny — or a little bit of both.
If your valentine has more of a green thumb than a sweet tooth, replace truffles with . Then you can keep the chocolates for yourself (no shame)!
Toast to romantic bliss with your sweetie using an etched glass you made yourself.
Keep their fingers warm and toasty with these heart-shaped (and lavender-scented!) hand warmers.
Mix a little paint with some , and you can make your own lotto cards. The grand prize: A token of your affection.
Add sparkle and shine with this heart-shaped gift box — then fill it full of .
A standard-sized light bulb becomes an adorable little keepsake thanks to heart-shaped "wires" and a sweet pun.
These easy-to-make, colorful felt pouches are a sweet way to give or .
Pick up a box of jumbo red or pink paper clips and bend them into heart-shaped designs, perfect for clipping on a love note.
Use red, pink, or white tissue paper, buttons, and twine to dress up a box of chocolate, specially packaged by you.
A Valentine's Day card is always sure to give the warm and fuzzies, but a 3D handmade one is that much more special.
With a skill level of super-easy (and not many materials required), this rustic vase is perfect to display a few blooms. Bonus points if you get your significant other or kids to help out.
Forget a tree trunk. Carve you and your loved one's initials inside of a heart on a pretty, scented candle instead.
Let's face it: Only receiving the marshmallows from a box of Lucky Charms is a childhood dream that we still think about today.
Whether it's a meaningful, touching gesture they did — or they just took over your turn doing the laundry — fill every deck of 52 cards with reasons why you love 'em.
Take a break from store-bought cards. Help kids DIY these little critters to pass out to their classmates instead.
Knit a coffee cozy for someone who you know likes their cup of joe to go. Extra credit: Add a sweet message (like "xoxo") and stitch it onto a heart-shaped piece of felt.
Profess your love with a giant, paper bloom — and unlike the real deal, these flowers won't wilt.
A jar filled with kind, fun and easy things to do with your partner = a stress-free Valentine's Day.
Decorate blocks with your favorite photographs — a nice break from the traditional picture frame.