Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. It is a time to show your loved ones how many they mean to you in little ways. These Fun Valentine Ideas will have your home and kitchen full of romantic food and home decor ideas that will spell the message “I love you” around your home.
Whether you are looking for fun craft ideas to do with your kids, or wanting something special for your home decor, these fun Valentine ideas are perfectly inspired. And if you need a special heart shaped treat for a cookie exchange or a romantic dinner for two, I have suggestions for that too.
These Fun Valentine Ideas say “I love you” in a very special way.
Got some old wine corks? Turn them into this Romantic Wine Cork Heart Wall Hanging. This special home decor piece has a very special meaning for my husband and me.
Valentine’s day starts at the front door with this amazing Deco Mesh Heart Wreath featured on Crafty Morning. I love the multiple colors and the various shapes of hearts. Hanging it on a red wreath hanger is a great idea, too!
What could be easier than this fun Valentine’s Oreos treat from Happy Brown House? Just melt some chocolate, color it and dip the edge in sprinkles. The colors say it all!
Turn a couple of old clay pots and some inexpensive Dollar Store supplies into a cute love bug candy dish.
These simple Valentine’s Day Heart Cookies could not be easier to make. Just use two colors of cookie dough and two sized cookie cutters. You can even use icing to add some conversation heart sayings or your loved one’s name!
What a fun idea this wooden heart bouquet from Housewife Eclectic is! All you need is some colored sand, wooden hearts, bamboo skewers and craft paint for a fun and easy way to say I love you with hearts.
Wooden crafts are a particular favorite of mine lately. This lovely Mod Podge Art project from Our Southern Homes SC is both rustic and romantic and looks fabulous the way it is displayed.
If you are looking for a last minute idea for Valentine’s day, see my Valentine cupcake decorations ideas. All are easy to do with ingredients on hand.
The kids will love taking part in making these Popsicle Sticks Wooden Heart projects from Make Do Crew. What a great way to spend an afternoon cooped up in the home on a cold winter’s day!
Mmm…mmm who doesn’t love truffles? These fun Raspberry Cheesecake Truffles are dipped in chocolate and then decorated with some candy hearts. And the taste? YUM!These pretty Valentine’s Day Cupcakes from Recipes Just 4U use pink buttercream frosting and Heart Shaped Conversation hearts for decorating them. They look so yummy!
If you have an oval glass panel on your front door, a normal wreath won’t do. But this wine cork heart door decoration will fit the area perfectly!
Imagine opening a pretty red tin and seeing these Brigadeiro White Chocolate Heart Truffles? What a wonderful Valentine’s day gift these would make.
This Conversation Heart Wall Hanging was so much fun to make. You can do it with either love sayings, or the names of your loved ones!
There Valentine’s Day Kiss Cookies have a crisp sugar cookie base and one peppermint flavored kiss as a topper. They are the perfect sweet treat to share with a loved one.
For more Fun Valentine Ideas, check out these creations from my Pinterest Valentine’s Day Board:
- Valentine’s Day Heart Tree
- Valentine Day Mason Jar Vases
- Red Velvet Oreo Truffles
- Heart Shaped Butter Cookies
- Ultimate Valentine’s Day Strawberry Milkshake
- Valentine’s Day Peppermint Bark
- Valentine’s Day Message Macaroons
- Perfectly Pink Valentine’s Day Popcorn
- Heart Shaped Felt Wreath Tutorial
- Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet
- Heart Shaped Bath Bombs
How do you decorate and cook for Valentine’s Day?
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