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5 Amazing Valentine’s Projects You Can Make Today

Valentine’s Day is about four weeks away. Now is the time to start thinking about Valentine’s projects. Here are 5 amazing Valentine’sprojects you can make today.

Well, maybe not all of them today, but you can just pick one of these 5 amazing Valentine projects.

And then another one for tomorrow and the next day.

If you need decorations for your home, cute decor to add to a Valentine’s table setting, a sweet gift to give to a girlfriend, I’ve got it all for you.

I made all these amazing Valentine’s projects last year. I loved them then and I love them now. They are not all the Valentine’s projects I’ve ever made, but I wanted to share my favorites because they are easy, inexpensive and so darn cute.

I know you can buy Valentine’s decorations and gifts, but I think anything you make yourself has special meaning. Especially, if it’s a gift. Or something that your friends and guests can see and use when they come to visit.

Valentine’s is an easy holiday to get creative with – you basically have 2 colors to use – pink and red. You already have built-in themes ~ like hearts and arrows and cupids. And Valentine’s DIY projects never go out of style.

These 5 amazing Valentine’s projects offer lots of inspiration. There are possibilities for you to add your own creative ideas. So have fun. Let me know which ones you like and which ones you’re going to make yourself.

5 Amazing Valentine Projects You Can Make Today

These are in no particular order, but they are all amazing ~ I think! Just click on the name of the project in blue to access the complete project.

Vintage Cutting Boards Become Valentine’s Decorations

On my last trip to Atlanta, I made a trip to my favorite antique mall, where I found 2 vintage cutting boards. They were perfect for a Valentine decoration for my kitchen. Another fast project that looked so cute on my kitchen counter.’s

If you don’t have a vintage cutting board, a new, but inexpensive one will do. The great thing about this project? When Valentine’s is over, you can just wash off the ChalkArt.

stenciling vintage cutting boards
vintage cutting boards become Valentine decor

Valentine Wreath

Do you search Pinterest for inspiration? Just in time for Pinterest-inspired Valentine’s Day challenge, I made this wreath for Valentine’s Day. After a brief moment of “what am I going to make?”, this idea popped into my head and I loved the result.

If you have a wire heart-shaped wreath from the craft store, some tissue paper, and paint, you can make this Valentine wreath too.

paper Valentine wreath
paper stenciled Valentine wreath

Valentine Heart Sign

A variation of a Valentine wreath is a wood Valentine sign. A wood heart I found at Joann was the inspiration for this DIY project. It’s a cute sign that you can make in an hour and hang anywhere for your Valentine decorations.

making Valentine heart sign
making Valentine heart sign

Valentine Gift for Your Girlfriends

Last year, I made a cute stenciled mug and showed you 3 different ways to wrap it. It was one of my easiest, but most favorite Valentine projects. Make 1, make a dozen. So fun and your girlfriends (or a teacher or aunt or mom) will love it.

pink wrapping for valentine gift
M & M's and mug

Cutest Valentine Napkins with Pom-Poms

For a Valentine Tablescape, I made these cute Valentine napkins with little pom-poms on the corners.

If you can sew a straight seam, you can make these. Find some cute fabric and some trim and you are in business. The fun part was folding them in different ways. I not only used them for my Valentine tablescape, but they made darling wrapping for my Valentine gift. Your friend gets 2 for the price of 1. And you get the satisfaction of having made and given a unique and special gift ~ from your hands and heart!

Valentine's napkins
Valentine fan napkin
pink napkin wrapped Valentine's gift

How about these 5 amazing Valentine projects? What do you think? Easy, inexpensive, quick, and oh, so cute. I hope they have given you tons of ideas for your own Valentine projects. Don’t forget to PIN so you can have all the instructions and supplies and pictures to inspire you. Have fun!!

pin for later graphic in blue

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  1. Carol, such cute ideas for Valentine’s Day! I love the napkins and the wreath. I think I have some valentine fabric in my stash — and I have a wire heart, too. So, this will be a project for me next week! I am also going to make some of those cute “pom pom” napkins for a dinner party we’re having! Thanks for sharing these with us. Have a great weekend!