Pass out sweets — hugs and kisses too! — in these adorable goodie bags.
Even novice knitters can create a heart-shaped pillow from scratch by following this easy guide. Choose from 30 different yarn shades to match your home's color scheme.
Want to really blow him away? Trade the typical sayings for inside jokes and sweet nothings that only he'd understand.
Create customizable cards with your "honey do" list to give your partner a good laugh.
Talk about a trendy cupcake. There's no glue or paint required: Just download the printable, attach it to a toothpick, and enjoy!
Here's a fun — and super thrifty — way to fill up blank wall space.
If you're not a fan of traditional pinks and reds, make a monochrome mobile with white or gray felt.
Give your Galentine's dinner table a little extra somethin' somethin' with this sweet and simple runner.
Get your kids involved in making this rustic décor by challenging them to collect as many twigs and branches from the backyard as possible.
String these pretty-in-pink hearts together to make a garland that gives off a warm and cozy vibe.
Kids can decorate this box with glitter and gems before storing all their treasures (read: ) inside.
Because if you're going to burn candles this time of year, you might as well give them a glittery glow.
A snack and craft all in one — happy Valentine's Day to you!
This precious heart will serve as a reminder of your love.
For each heart, add your fingerprint to a painted mason jar, then have your partner add theirs. On Valentine's Day, you'll have a perfect place to put your flowers.
Write in your own presents with these custom DIY coupons. Don't forget to include a coin so the lucky recipient can find out what they "won."
If — we repeat: if — this box makes it back from the classroom, stick it on her dresser to hold all of her odds and ends.
This personalized pattern almost looks as good as the real thing — and by that, we mean you and your S.O. Get a pattern made with a photo of you and your beau before stitching to your heart's content.
If only the mailman could deliver to this mailbox instead...
That macaroni picture frame has nothin' on this bedazzled beauty. If you're giving it as a gift, swap the cute graphic for a photo of you and your sweetheart(s).
Considered a classic craft to the Polish, pajaki is way simpler to make than it looks. To DIY, connect straws and scrapbook paper together using twine and yarn.
Once the make a batch of these sparkly hearts, the choice is yours: You can stick 'em on gifts, connect them as a garland, or use them to dress up your table.
Proof that that most meaningful gifts are the simplest. Parents, grandparents, close relatives, and godparents will cherish this print for years to come.
Instead of investing in pricey seasonal decor, add pom-poms, stickers, and lace doilies to blank canvases.
For those who love the idea of crafting but hate actually doing the work, these bouquets require barely any creativity, skill, or time. (Plus, they make a seriously sweet gift for loved ones.)
This miniature puzzle won't be as complicated as the 1,000-piece one you're trying to finish but it'll still bring the same kind of joy.
These balloons are dressed with stickers, but why not go for the real thing? Purchase white balloons, put on your favorite red lipstick, and use your lips as a stamp.
Thoughtful gift wrapping makes the best gift even sweeter. Elevate plain old brown wrapping paper by using an to create glittery pop-up hearts.