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Make this chalkboard with chalkboard paint and a wood panel. Decorate it however you like and leave your honey tender messages or little love notes to come home to.
Using ordinary sheets of coloured paper cut in strips, try the paper rolling technique known as paper quilling to create heart shapes. String the hearts and hang them up for Valentine’s Day.
This tiny package doubles as a Valentine’s Day card and candy holder. It’s a great way to make your love notes even sweeter!
Here’s an elegant approach to decorating Easter eggs and a new way of honouring this age-old tradition. These models will definitely make this year’s collection a real conversation piece!
As a substitute for the real Fabergé eggs created by Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé in the late 19th century, create your own ornately decorated eggs inspired by this precious collection. Your prized creations will undoubtedly elicit rave reviews.
Try creating these confetti cones to keep your guests entertained. They can throw confetti to help create a more festive ambiance as the newlyweds make their way back up the wedding aisle.
Tired of hearing “Is that my glass?” at parties and gatherings? End the confusion by assigning each guest a personalized glass for your reception. In cooperation with La Meute (facebook.com/LaMeuteenligne)
These charms will help you find your glass in a party or simply add beauty to your dinning table. They are made of glass beads, metal charms and black agate.
Why not hang this decorative montage on every bedroom door in the house, choosing colours and patterns to suit each family member’s taste and personality? It’s a great way to share the love on Valentine’s Day and throughout the year!
Make hearts flutter with this hanging ornament. Add a tender message, joyful colours and attractive patterns. Offer it as a gift to someone special or use it as a friendly office decoration. Whatever the purpose, enjoy getting creative!
Here’s an interactive card with a message that’s always positive: I love you a little, a lot, passionately or madly. Although loving your significant other only a little can be a bit delicate . . . One thing’s for sure: you’ll have fun making this card and imagining your sweetheart’s expression when she opens it!
This card gives full meaning to the expression heart in hand. Write a loving message in the heart and deliver it in person or mail it to your faraway sweetie to let him know that absence really does make the heart grow fonder.
Here’s a Valentine’s Day card that you can make for your sweetie as a symbol of your deeply interwoven lives. Who could resist such a heartwarming gesture? You can choose either a monochrome or multicoloured heart for this project.
If you enjoy creating as much as you like giving, here’s a project that you can get behind with all of your heart. This card is sure to touch somebody’s heart.
Here’s proof that chocolate isn’t the only way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. This unique tree is easy to make and will remind the entire family that this special day is the perfect opportunity to say “I love you!”
Create a festive atmosphere in no time with this decorative banner. It’s easy to make and can be adapted for any occasion.
Here’s a great way to recycle last year’s greeting cards or to reuse a card that you particularly liked. This gift box is perfect for jewelry or gift cards, but you can also use it to store your favourite keepsakes.
Stamping can transform a plain and neutral paper in minutes, you just need to find the right pattern for you!
A simple wrapping that can be personalized by the choice of paper and wool.