Share on ThriftyFunThis guide contains the following solutions. Have something to add? Please share your solution!
Use a wooden box to make a sweet bouquet of candy suckers for someone you love. This is a guide about making a lollipop Valentine's day arrangement.
Show your love with a sweet treat delivered in a decorated jar. This is a guide about making a Valentine pudding treat.
A cute meaningful Valentine gift can be a homemade little book of love poems. This is a guide about making a mini book of love poems.
An old men's tie and a few other supplies are all you need to make this cute treat filled snake for Valentine's Day. This is a guide about making a Valentine goody snake.
Using seasonal M&Ms you can make this tasty treat for Valentine's Day or any holiday. This is a guide about making an ombre M&Ms candy jar.
Make this fun little gift box for you and your valentine. This is a guide about making a s'mores for two gift box.
Letting someone know that you notice the positive, thoughtful, and remarkable things they do is empowering. This is a guide about making a compliment board.
This blooming lollipop tree is sure to bring a smile to your Valentine's face. This is a guide about making a my sweet lollipop miniature tree.
Try this unique Valentine's present for your loved one. This is a guide about making a tiny heart in a bottle.
A great idea for a Valentine's Day gift is to make a coupon book. It can contain a variety of coupons for things, such as a romantic dinner, a walk in the park, etc. This is a guide about making Valentine's Day coupons.
Make this cute little gift for your Valentine and sweep him off his feet this year!
Terra cotta flowerpot and saucer brightly painted (red, pink, white, purple) and sprayed with acrylic sealer,. Decorated with foam hearts, scrapbooking stickers, pictures from magazines, then add some color paper shred and set a treat bag filled with goodies on top of that.
Some felt, fun fur, stuffing, and your sewing skills are almost all that is needed to make these cheerful monkey Valentine's Day gifts. This is a guide about making Valentine monkeys.
With these simple barrettes, girls can tell their girlfriends, "We click." These barrettes are an inexpensive Valentine's Day gift for young girls.
I am taking terracotta pots and painting them or finding ones painted already. I figure, since secretaries need pens and pencils, I am gonna add Styrofoam covered in moss.
Show your valentine how much you care with this handmade gift bag. This is a guide about making a Cupid's Love gift bag for Valentine's Day.
A thoughtful Valentine gift can be a decoupaged little bucket filled with sweet treats. This is a guide about making a decoupage bucket of love.
This Valentine's Day gift is attractive and great for use in your office or home. This is a guide about making a little sweetheart pen caddy gift.
Tuck some Valentine's Day goodies into this cute felt bracelet purse and gift it to a special child. This is a guide about making a Valentine's bracelet purse.
Make several of these nice little crochet envelopes to stuff with goodies or cash and give to your special Valentines. This is a guide about making a crocheted Valentine envelope.
This cute handmade doll utilizes a heart shape for many parts of the doll's body. This is a guide about making a mopheart rag doll.
Ask a QuestionHere are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new question.
I'm making a Valentine's scrapbook for my boyfriend. We have been together for about 2 years now and I want to make it really special. Does anyone have any ideas? Does anybody have any good Valentines sayings or jokes that I can us in it? I am also going to but some photos of us in it. Anyone got some special things I can do with pictures?
Check out Stampin' Up
They have great ideas you can do for scrapbook pages.
When I make scrapbooks, I keep my computer on! There are many websites that have just the perfect title or quote for me to use. I just google what I am looking for. You might google "Valentine's day quotes" Or "Valentine's day scrapbooking titles" You will have several ideas. Good luck!
I see alot of people take a picture of their hands placed tips of their thumbs together and pointer finger tips touching and it forms a heart thats kinda cool maybe in color against something red/pink or black & white that would look modern and cool.you can buy inexpensive photo croppers at walmart clip th edges round the edges just playing wit hshapes can create interest and journal along side pics I love that look.the stamp idea was a good one . google scrapbooking ideas for valentines day and you'll get a ton of pics for ideas have fun!
Making an ABC book for any occasion was a tip that was given to me. It is easy to come up with something for each letter, such as... "A" could be for "ATTACK of the Tickle Monster" if you have a photo of one of you tickling the other. "B" could be A day at the BEACH"... C could be ... a picture of the two of you in the rain, with the title of "CATCHING a Rainbow".... see what I mean? Buying the smaller album might be best for this idea. Only 26 pages, unless you want to do a cover and ending one.
scrapbook stuff here
Anybody know how to make a kissing ball for Valentine's Day? I saw one in a Better Homes and Garden magazine but it calls for some stuff I don't have. I thought it would be cute to make for my family as a Valentine's Day thing like the mistletoe for Christmas. Thanks!
Crafts4Life from KY
http://www.craf xmas/craft32.htm I came up with this site to give the general directions. I would suggest using artificial supplies. Since the apple is the love fruit they would be good to use for the fruit mentioned. Apples are usually available in various sizes in the local craft stores. Also artificial hearts would be good, or even hearts cut from construction paper, some decorated with paper doilies, etc.
Hope this will get you started. When you go to craft store and look around you will surely find more ideas than you can possibly use on one kissing ball. I think your idea is a great one. Good luck!
Take a foam ball, u choose the size, I like 8 inch size ball. I like to use artifical flowers so I can use year after year. I cut the flowers to about 3 inches long pushing the leaves up to the top where the bloom is, than sticking the cut end into some good tacky glue, and then sticking the glue covered end into the foam ball till covered. Than I take a ribbon make a general bow and loop so I can hang it up for kissing under it for Valentines Day. Just remember to cover the ball where you don't see any of the color of the foam though the flowers. I used red carnations and red roses for the ones I have made.
Thanks for the great info!