Valentines Day… as explained by Wikipedia is an annual commemoration held on February 14 celebrating love and affection between intimate companions. It is traditionally a day on which lovers express their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery and sending greeting cards (known as “valentines“).
My husband and I celebrated Valentines Day each year before we were married. I was proposed to on Valentines Day 🙂 However, once we got married it changed, we had ‘our day’ which we always celebrate our love, life and achievements, our wedding anniversary.
I mentioned last year that we didn’t celebrate Valentines Day, but to my delight so many of you do, all for different reasons. So I couldn’t help myself, I have bundled together some valentines day treats, crafts, wall art and more that caught my eye. You don’t need to use these just on February 14th, I think any day is perfectly acceptable to say I love you.
Valentines Day ideas
Heart wreath from Arts for Life
Lacing cards from The Mother Huddle
photos and art in the shape of a heart from Wenderful
doily hearts filled with lollies via pinterest
This is so sweet, from tons of fun
Stitched heart bookmarks, from 30 handmade days
Create a stamp from toilet paper rolls from rust sunshine
Blooming Heart Lillipops from Pottery barn kids
Tissue paper rose heart wreath, by aliLilly
Paint Chip Bookmarks, via pinterest
All downloadable items are free
Love card printable from daily suze
Sucker for you card from Shindig Parties to go
Word Search from What the teacher wants
Treat bag topper, anything but perfect
Valentines lunchbox notes from Rubber Punkin
Available for download from, The Bonjour Family
from Alyssa Nassner
French Palmiers, so very simple from Icing Designs
Marbled red velvet cheesecake brownies from the novice chef blog
Simple DIY heart shaped cake, from about.com
What are your plans for Valentines Day?
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