Your first Valentine’s gift for your boyfriend
If this is the first Valentine’s day that you and your boyfriend are celebrating you want it to be memorable but maybe not break the bank. Here are some inexpensive DIY Valentines gifts for him. That you will absolutely love!
What do guys really want for Valentine’s Day?
I mean, nonetheless don’t get me wrong—we want the same thing as everyone else: a nice dinner, maybe a card from mom, and then maybe some alone time with our significant other.
But what we really want is something that makes us feel special and appreciated. We want to feel like we’re not just another guy in the crowd. We want to be thought of as someone who matters—someone who matters because of their personality or because of their accomplishments, but also because they’re without a doubt a part of our lives.
Do it yourself Valentine gifts?
The answer is YES! With these amazing DIY Valentines Day gifts, you can make your man feel special without breaking the bank.
Valentines DIY gifts for him
First and foremost Valentine’s Day can be a stressful time for any relationship, but especially for those just starting out. But it doesn’t have to be! Whether you’re in the early stages of dating or have been together for years, finding the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your boyfriend can be as easy as knowing what his interests are.
If you’re still figuring out how to treat each other on this special day, here are some ideas for DIY Valentine’s Day gifts:
DIY-candle-wax-melts a Simple Gift By Cute DIYs
Ready for a DIY that will melt your heart?
Happy almost Valentine’s Day everyone! The special occasion is only a couple of days away and many of us have yet to buy that special someone a nice gift. But as I always say, why buy when you can DIY? Whether you’ll be spending the day with your Valentine or giving yourself a relaxing treat at home, these heart-shaped wax melts are great gifts and a way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. I have tons of half-burned candles lying around my house. Often, I forget to burn them and they just end up going to waste. This is a great way to repurpose your candles into something extra special that you can gift to someone or enjoy yourself. I like to use these wax melts with my wax warmer so they leave a nice scent in my home.
String Art BY Diva of DIY
This DIY Valentine’s Day craft is a fun statement piece for your home. It’s super easy to make and inexpensive because it uses free pallet wood from Home Depot! The perfect gift for all ages, this project will be loved by everyone who sees it.
Romantic Tea Bath with essential oils By A Crafty Mix
You’re going to want to keep this one on hand for years to come.
What’s more romantic than a bath? And what’s more romantic than a bath with herbs? I have the answer: a homemade bath tea that’s an herb-infused bath tea bag!
This is the perfect way to treat yourself or your loved one and you won’t believe how easy it is to make. You’ll be amazed at how much better your skin feels after soaking in these sweet-smelling teas.
Sweetheart heart-shaped bath bombs with a sweet message by Morgan Manages Mommy Hood
If you’re looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for your boyfriend that’s a little more grown-up than candy and flowers, these DIY bath bombs are the perfect alternative.
These homemade bath bombs are super easy to make, and they’ll leave your partner feeling pampered and relaxed after a long day of work. You can gift them in a mason jar or clear bag with a DIY valentines card attached for a pretty look.
Sweet gift of Hearts or your favourite candy By Polkadot Chair
Candy Jar: This candy jar is perfect for any guy who loves sweets! It can be made with any kind of candy (or even chocolate) that you think would be appropriate for the recipient, so it’s totally customizable!
DIY Heart Shape bars with Essential Oils BY Crazy Inspired Life
They look like white chocolate, but they’re actually homemade cream soap lotion bars! That’s right—essential oils and natural ingredients to make a luxurious gift for Valentine’s Day.
Happy Valentine’s day Picnic By Cute DIYs
Valentine’s Day is a special day for two. Whether you’re planning to spend it at home, out on a date, or with your family, it can be difficult to come up with something new and exciting for your sweetie.
If you’re planning a picnic for two, I like to think of it as any meal minus the main dish. From there I modify the appetizer, side dishes and desserts to be simplified and more snack-like. Even though this is a meal, treat it more like you would a cocktail hour or holiday party, and create a menu that is meant for snacking.
If you’re looking for Valentine’s Day cake that will let you show your love in a way that won’t make you feel like you’re eating a heart attack, then this recipe is for you.
The red velvet cake is full of beets, which gives it a deep and rich red colour without the use of artificial dye. The lemon cream cheese icing has just enough tang to make it interesting, but not so much as to overwhelm your taste buds. And the berry topping can easily be changed up to suit your personal tastes!
I know what you’re thinking: beets? In my cake? But believe me when I say that if anyone had told me that eating healthy could taste this good, I would have been skeptical too. But once you try this recipe, I think you’ll be amazed at how delicious it really is.
Succulent Valentine’s day Dinner By Cute DIYs
For this DIY Valentines, I’m going to create something a little different, food!
Instead of going to a restaurant and spending $200 on a meal that will be eaten in 2 minutes, I’m going to cook for my partner at home.
I love cooking, and what better way to show someone you care about them than by making them a delicious meal. You can show off your culinary skills and make something special for your partner, or if you don’t feel like putting in any effort, there are plenty of recipes online that will help you out!
If you want to decorate the table with flowers and candles, do it! have your wine, beer or milk chilled depending on your boyfriend’s taste. You can make sides like roasted potatoes and a green salad with some yummy rosemary bread.
No matter what happens this Valentine’s Day, just remember that it’s all about spending time together—and how good it feels when you can do something special for each other without breaking the bank.
Valentine’s Day Tree By Re Fabbed: Brooke Riley
I’m just going to say one of my favourite things is Valentine’s day it’s the best day of the year. When you have to spend it alone, it doesn’t matter if you’re single or in a relationship. It doesn’t matter what colour your skin is, how tall you are, or how much money you make. Valentine’s Day is about love—and that’s all that matters!
But what if your significant other wants something a little more… romantic? You can definitely still celebrate together without feeling like a couple every day of the year. After all, not everyone has someone special in their life who wants to spend Valentine’s Day with them—and that’s okay! We’ve got some ideas for ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day without having to do it alone (or with one person).
This year, why not throw your own “Tree of Love”? Yes, we mean literally decorate a tree so that when your family comes over and sees it, they’ll know exactly what to get for each other… because they’ll already know what you want! This way your loved ones get something special under the tree—and at least they’ll have some sort of idea of what they’re getting it will be so much fun!
Perler Bead Heart Coasters Valentine’s day gift By Cute DIYs
Valentine’s Day is all about love, and what better way to show your loved ones how much you care than with a cute little DIY coaster?
You can make these coasters with Perler beads. The process is super simple, and they’re a great activity for kids—you can even get them involved in the planning! These coasters are perfect gifts for that special someone in your life.
Easy DIY Valentine’s XO with felt By Diy Beautify
Do you know what’s better than a cute, handmade valentines day card? A cute, handmade valentines day card with a DIY Valentine’s Day pillowcase.
You may not be able to buy them at the store, but you can definitely make your own! Turn a plain pillow into a cute one with no sewing—just cut out felt shapes, stick them on the pillowcase, and voilà—your own unique Valentine’s Day gift is ready to go.
Not only are these DIY Valentine’s Day pillowcases fun to make and use in your home decor (or give as gifts), but they’re also great for showing off your creative side. These are perfect for showing off your sewing skills or making something just for yourself. And did we mention that they’re made from felt? So soft! They’ll make any room feel extra special.
This is such an easy way to show your love or something special for yourself this Valentine’s Day season.
Wall Art By Cute DIYs
Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love. But sometimes, you just want to celebrate your love of art!
We’ve got some great ideas for how to make DIY valentines day wall art that’s sure to make your house look like a gallery.
First, select a print or image that you love. Make sure it’s something that will fit on your walls—if you’re using a print, make sure the dimensions are 12 x 12 inches or less so that it will fit nicely in the frame. If you’re using a digital photo, make sure that it has enough resolution to print clearly and at high quality without being pixelated (the higher the resolution, the better).
Then frame it with decorative paper like burlap or lace so that it looks like an actual artwork when hung on an easel or wall. A few other supplies you can also choose to frame with plain white cardboard before attaching the artwork if you’d like.
And finally… hang it! You’ve got yourself some gorgeous Valentine’s Day art!
What can I do for Valentine’s Day with little money?
Valentine’s Day is a time of love, but it’s also a time of spending.
If you’re like me and don’t have much money, the question becomes: what should I do to celebrate my love?
Well, here are my top three suggestions:
1) Make sure your loved one is well-rested before the big day arrives. If you don’t want to spend money on gifts for each other, then at least give each other a nice nap!
2) Go on a date. It doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive—just pick somewhere that’s fun and different from your usual routine. You might even go swimming! And if all else fails, just enjoy some sweet boba tea together!
3) Take advantage of all the free stuff available in town (like movies)! Grab some popcorn and watch a movie that has nothing to do with Valentine’s Day—you can even talk about how awesome your partner is while doing so!
Where is Cupid this year? Don’t give up quite yet…
Cupid, the winged warrior of romance, is a god born of Mercury, the messenger of gods. He was also born of Venus, the goddess of love. Armed with bow and arrows, Cupid carries out his mission to spread happiness and bring joy to those who visit his domain.
But Cupid has another role: he’s the god of love! And he’s got some pretty big plans for Valentine’s Day this year: he’s going to help you find your soul mate!
If all else fails and I don’t have time to DIY Valentine’s day gifts, what should I do?
So, Valentine’s Day is coming up. You’re probably going to get flowers and candy, right? Well, if you want to take things to the next level with your sweetie, here are some alternative presents that will show that you really care.
1) A bouquet of flowers and some sweets like macaroons or candy
2) A book (or 10) they’ve been dying to read but haven’t gotten around to yet
3) A gift card for their favourite restaurant (you can even add a coupon for free dessert if you’re feeling extra romantic!)
4) Tickets to see a concert they’ve been dying to go see
5) A massage at a spa
You Are As we watch the sun go down, I want to let you know, my love for you is forever; I'll never let you go. You're the one I've been searching for, the one I've finally found; without you in my life, my world wouldn't go round. The love you bring into my heart, which is so true and kind, is something in no other I could truly find. You're the only one for me. God tells me so deep within my heart, mind, body and soul. Today isn't just an ordinary Valentine's Day. It's all about me and you, about the love we share, and how it will forever continue to grow. It's not all about the chocolates or the dozen roses; it's about the love we found, how much we've been blessed. Everything happens for a reason. I believe this statement is true; that's why you were sent to me and I was sent to you. I've never been more happy, as I've been with you. Even through the rough times, we always make it through; To be with you for eternity is all I want for me and you. All I want to say, on our very first Valentine's Day, is: I may not be your first love, but I promise, with all my heart, that I will be that one from up above, your one and only, true love! Happy Valentine's Day! Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/poem/our-first-valentines-day By Genny R. Tajalle