Well, hello and Happy Thursday! Only one more day to go, until Friday, yay!
I'm happy enough its Thursday, because my sister is coming over for SHT (Sister Hang Time).
And we'll be brewing up some crafts you better believe it!
But for now, lets move onto the
"Valentines Day Gift Round Up!
Lets start this round up from one of my own crafts. Remember these homemade heart bath fizzies? Well they were so easy, and cheap. Learn how to make them here.
This is such a Unique ring that Erlene from Pinterventures.
And I know I'd love it for a V-Day gift!
See how she made it here.
Give the gift of cookies and adorable Valentines packaging.
by Dana from Chocolate and Sunshine.
This is such an adorable little gift to give a teacher, or even a Sunday School teacher.
Amy at 11 Magnolia Lane even gives out a free printable.
I want someone to make me these and give me one or two or three, ok how about a dozen of these conversation heart cheesecakes by Beth at Hungry Happenings.
How about some Allie Balm? This is a great Valentines gift for any woman, or man. Learn now I made my Homemade Lip Balm.
I don't know very many people who wouldn't enjoy a mug as a gift.
Aren't these the cutest Valentines Rainbow loom Bracelets by Kellie at Nest of Poises.
I think we just might have to make these for my daughters Valentines Gift,
We for sure have plenty of the rubber bands.
Yum, who doesn't love Cherry pie? Ok maybe a few people. See how Jocelyn, and Kara from Caramel Potatoes made these adorable Cherry Pie Cutie Pie gifts.
These Heart Thumbprint Pendant Necklaces would be such a cute gift for a mom or grandma.
See how Cheryl from What Che Said made them.
Not so pink, but you can make it all pink and red for Valentines.
This Homemade Hand Scrub recipe is so easy!
I've seen this on Pinterest, and one day I really want to make these
I love that these heart hand warmers were made from a sweater.
See how Becky at Patchwork Posses made them.
I love conversation hearts can you tell? And these Conversation Heart Soaps are just so cute, and I would love them as a gift, hint, hint. See how Sara from Bitz n Giggles made them.
I love to crochet, and these Handmade Mug Cozy's are easy and FUN to make. I am sure any woman would love one!
I am going to love giving these Valentines Candy Bars to my kids.
Kristyn at Lil Luna gives a free printable.
Can you say genius? These are Plantable Flower Seed Hearts. Not only is it a great gift, but what a great kids craft.See how Jennifer from Hill City Bride made these adorable hearts!
What a cute and fun gift for the kids to give out. This glitter goo
by Tonia at The Gunny Sack has such a cute presentation too!
I love making special vases. I make my mom one every year.
Learn how I made this Chalkboard Vase.
It can be for a bracelet or even a bookmark.
Simple but adorable! These Fingerprint Key Rings are sure to put a smile onany mom, grandma, or even dad and grandpa. See the tutorial here by Messy Little Monsters.
I am in love with cute Crochet Valentines Gift Bags. What a lovely way to gift a Valentines gift, and the bag is a keep sake. See how Amy from Little Doolally made them.
I'm totally making one of these not only for my table, but also as a gift for my mom. These Arranged with Love Flower Hearts are so easy to make. See the tutorial by eHow here.
Grab a few assistants and make some of these adorable Gingham Heart favor bags!See how Jamie from That's My Letter made them.
I love unique art! And while this may not seem like a gift idea, I know a few people who would love this Love Always Art by Homegrown Hospitality.
A darling gift idea for the teacher, neighbor, mom, grandma.
These Salt Dough Heat Magnets by Amy at The Connection We Share seems pretty easy!
Another cute idea to package gifts are these Heart Felt Envelopes by the Bonnie Nouvelle Blog.Her instructions are so simple!
That about wraps up my round up! Thank you bloggy crafters for all your wonderful inspiration!
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