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I Mustache, Will You Be My Valentine?


When someone actually takes the time to make you a gift, you know they must have really put their heart into it. Show how much someone means to you this year with a DIY Valentine’s Day gift. Whatever your skill level, we promise you can make something that anyone is sure to appreciate. Ultimately, it’s the thought that counts, right? Test your DIY skills this Valentine’s Day, and craft up something special.

  1. LEGO VALENTINES
    Materials: Large box of small Legos, clear party favor bags, cardstock paper, and scissors
    Options for messages: “We were built to be friends,” “Let’s build a friendship,” or “I will never LEGO a friend like you.”
  2. SOCK VALENTINES
    Materials: Fuzzy socks, clear party favor bags, card stock, and scissors
    Options for messages: “You rock my socks off, Valentine,” “You make my heart warm & fuzzy,” “We make a great pair,” or “Life without you socks.”
  3. RACE CAR VALENTINES
    Materials: Race cars, double sided tape, and card stock
    Options for messages: “I like how you roll, Valentine,” “I wheelie like you,” “You make my heart race,” or “You rev my engine.” 
  4. YO YO VALENTINES
    Materials: Mini Yo-Yos, card stock, and double sided tape
    Options for messages: “Yo! Yo! Yo! Happy Valentine’s Day,” “Yo, Yo, I like the way you roll,” or “Yo, Yo, don’t leave me hanging.”
  5. DONUT VALENTINES
    Materials: Small packs of donuts, glue dots or string, and card stock
    Options for messages: “I donut know what I’d do without you,” “Donut go breaking my heart,” “I am donuts about you,” or “You’re the sprinkles on my donut.”
  6. HAND SANITIZER VALENTINES
    Materials: Small hand sanitizer bottles, twine (or any string), card stock, and a hole puncher
    Options for messages: “Hands down, you are the best!” “Spread love, not germs,” or “Love is in the air and so is COVID.”
  7. HIGHLIGHTER VALENTINES
    Materials: Box of highlighters, card stock, and scissors
    Option for message: “You are the highlight of my day!”
  8. COFFEE CARD VALENTINES
    Materials: Coffee gift card, card stock, and double-sided tape
    Options for messages: “I like you a latte” or “The biggest perk of being in your class is you!”

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29 Jan 2021


By Amy L. Foreman

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