This Valentine’s Day, wouldn’t it be wonderful to hand out small, handmade Valentine’s Day gifts to those you love most? Handmade gifts are always more special and personal, plus, they’re usually way more fun to make. Here are some great gift ideas of things you could make this February 14th!
Chocolate Dipped Strawberries From Sunshine In My Pocket. There’s no better handmade gift than chocolate covered strawberries. Dip them in dark, milk, or white chocolate and then decorate them with sprinkles, candies, and sugars!
Love Coupons From Love Actually. Create your own, one of a kind love coupons for your spouse or kids. Make the coupons redeemable for hugs, chores, or fun activities! You choose!
Valentines Day M&M’s In A Jar From Frugal Girls. This is a great gift idea for Valentine’s day that is delicious and gorgeous! If you don’t want to use M&Ms, you could do Hershey Kisses or any other festive candy!
Valentines Day Crush Bottles From The Idea Room. Fill empty Crush bottles with your favorite Valentine’s day candy, tie a ribbon around the top, and make sure to tag it with a sweet love note.
Altoid Tins From Bespangled Blog. This fun idea repurposes old Altoid tins (remember those things?!) by filling them with a lemon lip balm! The perfect homemade present for your friends!
Cake Pops From RV Cout Days. We all know that the way to anyone’s heart is through their stomach! So with that in mind, try making these delicious Valentines cake pops for your loved ones!
Valentines Heart Soap From Birds Party. This is an easy DIY tutorial for beautiful and festive soap. You can shape these with cookie cutters to say LOVE or look like hearts, and you can even stamp a message on them.
Card Deck Of Love From Romantic Bug. Take a simple deck of cards you have laying around the house and turn them into 52 reasons why you love your better half! A romantic, free, and easy gesture of love!
Pink Popcorn From Examiner. Turn ordinary popcorn into pink popcorn worthy of this special day. Take it up a notch and decorate a tin to contain the popcorn in.
Framed Recipe Cards From Home Cooking Memories. This is a sweet idea for moms or anyone else who has a special love for cooking and baking. Take their favorite recipe cards and frame them! This would be so special to do with old recipe cards passed down from generations. Or, frame new recipes that you’re gifting someone!
Which one of these gift ideas do you think is the best?