First up is this heart backdrop from Hank & Hunt. Gorgeous! This is used as a photo booth backdrop, but I can imagine making it and hanging it in front of my daughters' bedroom doors. It would be great to have them wake up and have to go through a wall of hearts on Valentine's Day.
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Next is this giant letter valentine from Oh Happy Day! What a great idea and it's something that the kids can help you make. All you'll need is some butcher paper. It's now too late to send each letter through the mail one by one, but perhaps you can make the letters and hide them around the house for your loved ones to find throughout the day. At the end of the day, they'll have a lovely (and large!) message from you.
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I love this idea from Studio DIY. It's a balloon surprise in a box. The balloons float up out of the box when you open it. Don't worry, they won't fly away...the balloons are taped to the bottom of the box! It would be so much fun to receive this at your door. I can imagine it with heart shaped balloons for Valentine's Day. Great idea for birthdays too!
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Finally, this idea from A Subtle Revelry adds a special touch to milk for Valentine's day. These heart ice cubes made from milk and food coloring slowly turn your milk pink as they melt. I love pink milk!
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I love how these things can all be easily handmade. It's often the little things like these that can show that you care about someone. Do you have any other ideas for things you can make for your family and friends? I would love to hear them!