Valentines Day Gift, Treat and Craft Ideas

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

To be completely honest my hubby and I don’t celebrate Valentines Day, but I always do a little something for the kids just to let them know how much I love them. Usually it’s a little heart chocolate or note in their lunchbox, but this year it falls on a weekend so I could be a little more creative if I want.  I have searched the net for some inspiration, here are some ideas I thought you might enjoy too!


I made this Love You Alphabet Print for my daughters bedroom recently, could make a sweet Valentines Day gift.  Available here in a range of colours, instant download.


Valentines Day Treat Ideas

Watermelon heart pieces, cut with a cookie cutter  |  idea from: The Otchipotchi Blog


Valentine Chocolate Kisses, store purchased kisses with diy heart toppers  |  idea from: Craftaholics Anonymous

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 2 - chocolate kisses

Red Velvet Crepes, a twist on the classic breakfast crepe  |  idea from: duhlicious

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 4 - Red Velvet Crepes

Reasonably Healthy Triple Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, my daughter made this for easter last year, so delicious  |  recipe available here

{The Organised Housewife} Triple Chocolate Cheesecake

Chocolate Coated Strawberries, a lovely treat to give the kids for morning or afternoon tea  |  idea from The gunny sack

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 5 - Chocolate Coated Strawberries

Strawberries & Cream Cake, I remember these conversation hearts from when I was a kid, rarely see them these days, the cake sounds delicious, but looking at all those hearts makes me feel a little sick, but nevertheless it looks really effective  |  idea from: Gimme Some Oven

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 9 - Strawberries and Cream Cake

Cherry Chocolate Chip Brownies, make these for me and you have won me over, they sound so good  |  idea from: Deliciously Sprinkled

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 10 - Cherry Chocolate Brownies

Valentines Day Gift Ideas

Butterfly Lollipop Cards, this is a sweet gift idea the kids can make for others using chuppa chupps  |  idea from A Party Studio


DIY String Heart Art, draw your heart on paper, then nail around the outline  |  idea from: Green Wedding Shoes

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 3 - DIY String Heart

Tell him your a perfect match, ooh think this idea is so sweet, a gift to give your partner  |  idea from: sense and simplicity

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 7 - Gift Idea Perfect Match

Beer Flowers, turn a 6 pack into a romantic gift (LOL)  |  idea from: 30 minute crafts

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 8 - Gift Idea Beer

Love painting, use the kids hands and feet to create an adorable piece of art for the wall | original credit unknown


Valentines Day Craft Ideas

Heart Shaped Valentines Animals, these ideas are so creative  |  idea from Crafty Morning

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 12

DIY Crystal Heart, make your own crystals in the shape of hearts  |  idea from Chica Circle

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 13

DIY Valentines Day Cards, using watercolours and covering an area with a heart shape  |  idea from nest of posies

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 14

Adorable Pom Pom Valentine Monsters, ooh I know my girls will have fun making these |  idea from crafts unleashed

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 17 - Pom Pom

Heart Colouring Pages, get the kids to use crayons, water colour paints, glitter and more to make a beautiful creation  | idea from crystal and comp

Valentines Day Food and Craft ideas 18 - colouring page

How do you celebrate Valentines Day?

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