13 Cute & Easy Crafts For Valentine’s Day

Make the perfect Valentine's Day display with the help of this video!


From Valentine’s Day cards and love notes, to candy and flowers, celebrate the day of love with these cute and easy crafts you can complete on your own!

1. Heart Banner

Make this Valentine’s Day extra sweet with a colorful sweetheart conversations banner. Display little notes of love in a festive way that can hang along a mantel or wall!

Banner

Materials

  • Colorful paper
  • Scissors
  • Hole Punch
  • Markers
  • String or twine

2. Heart Fishes

Let your loved one know he or she is the only fish in the sea for you with these Valentine’s Day fish cards. Kid-friendly and cute these heart fishes can double as a card and decoration!

Fish

Materials

  • Colorful paper
  • Small & medium stencils
  • Tiny hearts
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors

3. Pop-Up Card

Tell your special someone just how much he or she means to you with the help of this valentines card that’s fun to give and easy to make!

PopupCard

Materials

  • Colorful paper
  • Glue stick
  • Scissors

Get the full tutorial on how to make these 3 cute and easy Valentine’s Day crafts by watching our video!

Looking for more Valentine’s Day inspiration? We teamed up with Valspar and a few of our favorite bloggers for 10 Days of Valentines where each blogger created a Valentine’s Day themed project with Marsala colored paint and a stencil. Take a look at these 10 Valentine’s Day projects and try one out yourself!

1. Rustic Heart Wall Art

Shanna from Restoration Redoux turned old pallets of wood into this beautiful stenciled heart wall art.

Restoration Redoux

Photo courtesy of Restoration Redoux

2. Share The Love: DIY Memo Board

In only ten minutes, Monica from East Coast Creative created a fun DIY memo board where her family can leave little notes to share kind words with each other.

East Coast Creative

Photo courtesy of East Coast Creative

3. Valentine’s Day Flower Pot

The perfect gift for a friend, neighbor or teacher, these Valentine’s Day flower pots by Kendra from Simply {Darr}ling are made from paint, a stencil, and a chalk ink marker.

Simply {Darr}ling

Photo courtesy of Simply {Darr}ling

4. DIY Hand Lettered Plywood Sign

Personalize your home with hand-lettered wall art, like this “Give me your forever” plywood sign made by Alexis from Persia Lou.

Persia Lou

Photo courtesy of Persia Lou

5. Marsala Furniture Makeover

Bre from brepurposed took her Valentine’s Day crafting to the next level with a furniture makeover. Visit her blog to see how she transformed this dresser!

brepurposed

Photo courtesy of brepurposed

6. Stenciled Bulletin Board

Display your Valentine’s Day cards and love letters on a DIY bulletin board, like this ten minute project by Bridget and Casey from The DIY Playbook.

The DIY Playbook

Photo courtesy of The DIY Playbook

7. Heart String Art

Wood love letters, a chevron stencil, nails and twine complete this rustic heart string art Valentine’s Day project by Heidi from honeybearlane.

honeybearlane

Photo courtesy of honeybearlane

8. Stenciled Wood Wall Art

Jaime from That’s My Letter fancied up her wall with a Marsala stenciled art made from wood squares.

That's My Letter

Photo courtesy of That’s My Letter

9. Abstract Heart Art and DIY Rustic Frame

Great for decoration or a gift, this handmade frame and heart art by Kelly from Live Laugh Rowe make for the perfect pair!

Abstract Heart Art and DIY Rustic Frame

Photo courtesy of Live Laugh Rowe

10. Valentine Apron

Feel pretty this Valentine’s Day in a custom apron, like this Marsala stenciled apron idea made by Traci from Beneath My Heart.

Beneath My Heart

Photo courtesy of Beneath My Heart

Take a closer look at these #10daysofvalentines projects to get inspired for the big day!

Mady Dahlstrom

Mady Dahlstrom

Senior Editor, Porch.com. With a passion for all things home, Mady writes about interior design and decorating, home remodeling and loves scouring Pinterest for the best DIY projects. In her free time, Mady enjoys flipping furniture and hunting for the latest home decor trends. You can find her work in ForbesLife, The Huffington Post, InStyle, U.S. News & World Report, SheKnows, Bustle, and more. Follow Mady on Twitter at @madydahlstrom and feel free to reach out to her at madisond@porch.com.


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