What better time of year to get your scissors and glue out than Valentine’s Day?
You can have great fun decorating your home with these great DIY decorations, ranging from displays using candy to paper heart wreaths and romantic tea light houses.
It’s always fun to make DIY crafts with the kids, and I think they’ll really enjoy the Valentines Candy Arrows and the Valentines Candy Trees! The Valentines Clothesline Art is super-easy to make (especially if you can get pre-cut heart shapes), so even the little kids will enjoy it.
Of course, if you want to make something special to show your loved one how much you care, you could always make a special decoration like the romantic Tea Light Houses or the Paper Hearts Bouquet:
Paper Hearts Bouquet from CraftIdeas.info
This tutorial shows you how to make a bouquet of delightful heart shaped flowers from scrapbook paper.
Valentines Candy Arrows from A Subtle Revery
These yummy candy arrows go straight to the heart!
Romantic Paper Tea Light Houses from CraftIdeas.info
These lovely paper tea light houses give off a romantic glow perfect for lighting on Valentines Eve, perhaps as a table decoration for your romantic meal together with your loved one?
DIY Valentines Yarn Heart Decoration from Six Clever Sisters
This is a romantic yarn heart decoration which is super easy as you don’t need any needles or pins, and you can complete it in less than an hour!
Paper Heart Garland from Green Wedding Shoes
This is perfect to decorate your room for a Valentines Day Party, or perhaps even a Valentines Wedding…
Valentines Candy Trees from Amanda Jane Brown
Here are some lovely, easy to make candy trees – use your favourite sweets and colors to create these impressive-looking table decorations.
Valentines Clothesline Art from Artsy Fartsy Mama
This is a great cheap and simple way to create good looking valentines wall art – just some mini clothes pegs and heart shapes!
I hope you’ve enjoyed these fun Valentines DIY decoration ideas…please let me know if you like them or have tried any yourself. If you’ve discovered any others, or have your own to share, please add them to the comments below.
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