10 ULTRA EASY Valentine's Day DIY Treats, Crafts and Gifts


With the long holiday weekend ahead, I thought I publish a fun Valentine's Day post full of SUPER EASY DIY Valentine's Day crafts, gift and treat ideas so easy there's no tutorial or crazy supplies needed. Enjoy! 







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This is a classic, that you can do year after year. Fill grandma's garden perhaps? Make a stepping stone path in the back garden?
Salt Dough Stepping Stones
This is so easy!
Mix:
1 Cup of salt
1 Cup of Flour
1/2 Cup of Water
Roll out like dough then form into a heart.
Get those little toes and a butter knife!
Once the footprints are made, use a butter knife or thin end of a fork to PRESS in the letters,  DO DO NOT drag, letters will get screwed up.

Bake @ 200F (or 100C) for 3 hours. 
Once completely cool, paint and let dry.


Since so many of us have to make a class Valentine box, 

I thought I would remind you how easy it is. 

Three things: Old box. Crafting crap. Your imagination.

Speaking of class party, here's a cheap and easy heart hat. 




TIP: Forget the white plates. Find Valentine's Day Party plates!  Feeling all crafty? Kick the hat up a notch or two.


Here's another great party idea, check out these super easy heart cupcakes.



Do a family dinner everyone will love! Heart-shaped Pizza!
     Roll out the dough, then shape into a heart. 


Wanna know the fastest way to your man's heart? 

Two words: Bacon Hearts
NOTHING says I Love You, Man, like bacon hearts!

For perfect hearts, cut strips in half, then shape half a heart at a time. 

Speaking of guilty pleasures, you could always make a Cork Heart!
(I might have to do this. ON a smaller scale.)

           
Organize red to white for the perfect gradient.

And for dessert, Rice Krispie kisses. 

                                




Or, maybe peanut butter cookie hearts.



But what I really want...


Yep. I have to go make those. Now. 


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