Looking for some Valentine’s Day ideas? Here are some sustainable crafts you can make this Valentine’s Day your loved ones will surely cherish!
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Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas
This Valentine’s Day, share the love by making sustainable crafts you can use around the homestead as gifts. I love repurposing and upcycling and if you’re a homesteader like me, I’m sure you do too.
So if you’re looking for craft ideas to make this Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck. You’ll find all you need here.
1. Indoor Herb Garden
Start your very own garden of herbs. They can be as big or as space-saving as you want. If you are persevering, who knows you’ll be able to enjoy your own greens the whole year-round.
2. DIY Bird Feeders
I love the chirping of birds here in my homestead! It’s Valentine’s Day, share the love with our feathery friends by making these DIY bird feeders. If you want to attract more of them there are simple methods you can follow.
3. Homemade Air Freshener
Set the mood by freshening the air with some essential oils. This homemade air freshener will not just provide you the beauty of natural scent but enjoy its relaxing qualities.
4. Hanging Hearts For Valentine’s Day Decor
Have some old wood lying around or even pallets? Make these beautiful hanging hearts today and let your creativity shine in decorating your home for Valentine’s Day!
5. Goat’s Milk Soap Craft Idea
Got goats? Then I’m sure you have goat’s milk, turn them into one of these lovely goat soap recipes that will sure-fire Valentine’s Day spirit.
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6. Lye Free Soap
If you don’t have goats or if you want something lye free, then this lye free soap is your perfect Valentine’s Day gift idea.
7. DIY Mini Plant Terrariums
I love terrarium plants! They’re very easy to care for. If you got someone that loves both miniature and plants, hand him/her a DIY mini plant terrarium. I’m sure this will create a lasting impression!
8. Pressed Flower
Once you’ve learned the art of pressing flowers, the craft projects you can make are endless. Here in my homestead, this is how I keep my favorite flowers last longer.
9. DIY Bath Bombs
Valentine’s Day calls for a perfect relaxation day! Learn how to create your own DIY bath bombs and have the bath you’ve been dreaming about.
10. DIY Succulent Plants
Bring some natural color into your home this Valentine’s Day through some trendy DIY succulent plants. Don’t worry about not having a green thumb because a succulent plant does not require that.
11. DIY Valentine’s Day Crafts For The Kids
Share the fun and love with your precious little one. There’s nothing more than spending quality time with them and making it productive. Get creative with your kids with these DIY Valentine’s day crafts for the kids.
Have fun making and gifting these sustainable craft ideas for Valentine’s Day! If you know your sweetheart well, then I’m sure they’ll love these gifts. Remember there’s no limit to what you can do.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to boost the relationship you have with family, friends, and your significant other.
Which of these Valentine’s Day ideas are you planning to try? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in October 2019 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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What great ideas! we love the herb planters ideas and also the seed bombs and seed papers.
Personally my overall favourite is the succulent heart sculpture, but it is a tad useless in the eyes of my loving hubby.
I’ve shown him the page and wonder what I’ll get!