Looking for that perfect, inexpensive gift for a friend or family member? Something that says a simple “I love you?” What about a homemade treat that they will love, left on the kitchen counter with a sweet note or to serve with a Valentine’sDay Dinner? Look no further. This post is chalk-full of ideas that you will love! If you need ideas for the classroom and kiddos see my post on DIY Valentine’s!
Easy Valentine’s Gifts
Vintage Doilies- whether they are your grandma’s or you bought them at an antique store-or hobby lobby for that matter (and aged them), this is an adorable and easy gift to give.
- Simply buy and old or new frame-whatever look you like.
- Take a glue dot (buy at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s) and place it in the middle of the back side of the doily and onto a piece of valentine craft paper that is cut to fit the frame you bought.
- Place the paper with the doily into the glass frame and secure it.
You are done!
These adorable blocks can be personalized for those you love!
A cute, simple gift for teacher’s, kids friends or your friends. A quick gift to say “I love you!”
For those with extra mason jars in the basement, this site has some adorable mason jar gifts! Enjoy putting them together. Kids can help too!
Valentine’s sweets and treats
Snack mixes are super easy and delicious! This one will become a family favorite. Give it for a gift or make it for yourself!
Beautiful Valentine Confetti! Fun to make- even more fun to eat!
When I first read what these were called I was a bit worried to eat them but one bite and I was hooked! These things are dynamite!
Super easy, soooo tasty! These may need to be made more often than Valentine’s Day!
Who doesn’t love a good macaroon. I will be honest, the first one I ever had was in Paris. These are right up there-and they are beautiful as well!
I do have several friends and family members who don’t like chocolate. For YOU there is this!!! Creamy, fruity, cakey deliciousness!
The classic chocolate chip cookie turned Valentine’s treat!
Take the time to show those you love that you care! Charles M. Schulz said- “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt. ” Whether it is chocolate, a love note or a homemade gift or treat, let them know you love them! Happy Valentines Day!