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DIY Oversized Valentine's Heart Chain

Materials: Canson art paper (learn how to ombre it here), paper wrapped wire (order some here), white crepe paper to wrap around the wire, black paper, glue gun, hole punch, craft knife

Contributed by Karen Webb

DIY You're Dynamite Valentine

Materials: An old kitchen food container or mailing tube Martha Stewart striped cardstock Tacky glue Scissors White spray paint Drill or Xacto knife Foam brush or pouncer Cotton cording or shoe string Red adhesive felt Goodies to fill your dynamite with

Contributed by Karen Webb

DIY Valentine's Day Arrows

Materials: 1/4 inch dowel rods felt sheets tacky glue scissors mailing tube wrapping paper (for wrapping around the tube, optional) Martha Stewart round hanging labels (from staples) pen

Contributed by Karen Webb

DIY Anthropologie Valentine's Pillows

SUPPLIES NEEDED 1 – 1/4 yards of a main fabric (I used a grey stonewashed linen) a fat quarter of a contrasting fabric (I used a natural colored linen) scissors rotary cutter (optional but helpful for cutting in a straight line) ruler straight pins iron sewing machine

Contributed by Karen Webb

Great Valentines Gift!

Great from little kids to a parent!

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

Valentines Day Cookie Bar!

Here’s what you need! Sugar Cookies Colored Icing (Pink, Red, White) Candy (Red Hots, M&M’s, Sprinkles)

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

Creative & Fun Valentine to Give - It’s Better than a Box of Chocolate

You will need: a candy box (reuse one or buy one at a craft store) paper candy liners money glue or double sided tape foam stickies

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

Best Valentine's Gift Ever

Just simply saying " I love you" is the best gift on Valentine's Day.

Contributed by John Chervanev

If he/she loves coffee (I mainly mean Starbucks)

Contributed by Jordan Griffin

Kinda creepy, but I get what you were trying to do and it's the effort that counts :-)

Contributed by Jordan Griffin