{Freebie} Valentine’s Day DIY Gifts

With the winter holidays behind us, it’s time to start thinking about candy hearts, tiny chocolates, and Valentine’s Day parties! Show your family, friends, classmates and officemates some love with these simple Valentine’s Day DIY gift ideas with free printables!  Download zip file of all printable images here.

Make your child the ‘buzz’ of the classroom Valentine exchange with these sweet “Bee Mine” bumblebee valentines. Simply print onto white cardstock, cut, and poke a lollipop through the card for a head and stinger!  Have your child sign their name at the bottom and you’re all set for fun.

Kids aren’t the only one to have a little bumblebee fun!  Treat your friends and officemates to a “Bee Mine” valentine of your own, complete with a beeswax lipbalm. Just cut two small slits and slide a piece of ribbon through to secure the lip balm in place. Use a bit of double stick tape on the lip balm if it slips.

In love with our Dinosaur Valentine’s Day party? Treat your kids to sweet “Dino-Mite” treat bags. Simply cut these 3.25″ wide tags, fold, and glue onto a cellophane treat bag.  For an even easier DIY, attach these directly to a fun-size candy package. The back of each tag includes a write in “To” and “From” section for easy exchanging.

Throwing a Valentine’s Day party for friends?  Treat your friends to a small bags of sweets with an even sweeter tag!  These Valentine bag toppers coordinate with our printable Valentine’s Day art prints, perfect for your Valentine’ Day get-together. Simply cut these 3.25″ wide tags, fold, and glue onto a cellophane treat bag.  For an even easier DIY, attach these directly to a fun-size candy package.  The back of each tag includes a write in “To” and “From” section for easy exchanging.

Need a creative way to package jewelry, candy, small toys and other small gifts?  These DIY 3×4″ pillow boxes are a perfect way to share some love.  Simply print and cut along the outline of the box.  Score where indicated (a butter knife works great!), fold, glue tab to secure and fold in outer flaps.  Use glue to secure box flaps, if needed.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Jen of Little Sprout Creations

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    • 8

      Jen says

      Hi Mindy! Sorry for any confusion – the link for all of the printables is located at the top of the post – all together in one big zip file for easy downloading.

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        says

        Was just gonna say I couldn’t find the Dino tops. Haha. It would be more convenient to be able to download separate files, but I can see why you do it as you do. =)

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          says

          OH RIGHT. I should also say, the way you have the titles of the projects and so forth in colour, has got to be super confusing for your readers. I mean, of course we think they are links. Haha. So maybe there would be a clearer way of doing your formatting.

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    Brittney Fairbanks says

    The Burts Bees chapstick one is perfect for my Beehives in Young Womens! Thank you they will love this!!

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    Jodi says

    Thank you for your wonderful Be Mine Valentine. My son and daughter are excited to give them to their teachers along with a chapstick. Your work is “bee”utiful!

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    Robin W. says

    I LOVE these and thank you for making “getting crafty” so much easier! I couldn’t get the download to work, is there any way you could post the first download (be mine card for tootsie pop) as a PDF pretty please? Thank you so much!!

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    Tabitha says

    I used your lip balm bee mine printable Valentine for my daughter’s pre-k teachers as well as our babysitter. Was not hard to put together; found some sticky-backed ribbon which made the job easy. They really turned out cute and were well received by the gift recipients. Thanks for your creativity!

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