Valentine's Day Project Round-Up
No worries! I've rounded up a few links to some sweet V-Day ideas for you. You can whip these up and still have time to spare:
They could also double as lunchbox notes for the guy who doesn't really want teddy bears or hearts.
Come to think of it...just about everyone thinks Minions are funny. So maybe give one to everyone you meet.
I did not inherit my mother's talent for keeping houseplants alive, and I doubt even a pretty plant stake would cheer up my always-droopy, lonely pothos plant.
However if you have a greener thumb and more plants, these little stakes are adorable.
I love the simple banner design on this garland and the mini-clothespins would make it easy to disassemble and store after the holiday is over.
Since it just a simple, timeless heart, it could also be a permanent decoration in your home.
Since it uses artificial flowers, it can be used again next year (or for any other occasion where a pretty bouquet might be welcome).
I love the idea of using the candy for so many projects because once it's consumed (5 minutes, tops), there is nothing left to store or throw away. Less waste, more sugar highs. That's uh...sorta my motto.
Valentine's Day Coloring Page Bookmarks
There are tons of color-your-own Valentine's printables on Etsy. Here are a few different sets of bookmarks that look fun:
Is That Sweet Enough?
You can check out my Pinterest board for more ideas if you have a little spare time. And if you want to just read about the important stuff, check out my earlier post about the history of chocolate.
Have a sweeeeet weekend!