01If you’re looking for something a little different to show how you feel Valentine’s Day, have a look at these fun ideas to express your love.
Spell it out. You can write out a (backwards) message with a squeeze bottle before you pour your pancakes. Or just cut out whatever you’re serving with a sweet message. Using cookie cutter letters to spell things out with fruit and serving them as kebabs is pretty cute too.
Make a heart out of post-it notes. Or better yet, leave little notes everywhere.
Heart-shaped Food. Get creative with it. Use a cookie cutter to cut hearts out of cucumber, melon, cheese, pepperoni… Make heart-shaped pancakes or eggs by dropping them into a (metal) cookie cutter in the pan.
Write a little book with a letter of the alphabet on each page. Fill in your ABC’s of love and gratitude. All you need is a small notebook, craft supplies of your choice, and your imagination.
Deck of Cards Notebook. I love this idea and they can carry one around in their pocket or wallet for each week of the year. Or use it as your personal deck of cards.
I Love You Because Frame. Write messages on here with an erasable pen and change it up as often as you like!
Make a game with candy as the pieces to express your love. And spend some time (the ultimate expression of love) playing it with a loved one.
Jar of Candy. Pick out their favourite candy and find an appropriate message to tie them together. If your honey has a sweet tooth, you could write “I’m sweet on you” or something equally adorable.
Snail mail. Send a love note to your sweetheart’s workplace where they would least expect it. <3
If you’d like to make a Valentine for your sweetheart but you are not skilled with a glue gun, check out these DIY Valentines for the Crafting Impaired.