Have we ever got a sweet treat for you this Valentine’s Day… check out these blogs for the cutest in crafting!
Helen made this gorgeous Valentine card using the Cuttlebug.
Shaz has some great Funny Guy Valentines on her blog but her Chuck Norris ones are the best.
There’s still a little time to whip out this Valentine Table Runner, good thing Heather included a tutorial.
Slava shares some beautiful love themed jewelry on her blog.
This is a great project for your party, Valentine Leis with Darla.
You won’t want to miss what Carol did with Fantasy Film.
Using a digital kit, Kelleigh makes a valentine goody box.
Louise shares her vintage valentine mini.
Fused glass makes Penny’s heart project special.
This card from Mary Jane includes a cool embossed background.
What makes a Valentine card sweeter? When you include Valentine Cookies like Elsina did!
Lots of great projects from Sheri, including a crepe paper banner.
Check out what Dell did with the Romance Cuttlebug folders.
There’s a great card sketch over on Jana’s blog.
Showing her love of the Red Sox, Susan shared her new quilt.
Elaine used her Just Rite Stamps to make this cute Valentine Treat Box.
Tons of homemade Valentine gifts on the Family Crafts Blog.
There are great Vintage Valentine decor and projects on Pam’s blog.
Cute BoBunny papers make Barb’s card a treat.
Using her scraps, Siobhan makes up a quick and easy card.
Copic markers are the perfect touch on this card from Jude.
Jenny added just a touch of glimmer mist to her project to make it super sweet.
These roses on Ann’s blog uses quilling techniques and has so many more applications.
Lots of Valentine lovelies are over on Claudia’s blog.
Make your own edible gift using Hershey’s Kisses, Sarah will show you how.
Slave thinks lovely chocolate themed bath soaps make a lovely gift and we agree.
Charlotte has a great Upcycled craft on her blog.
Large Heidi Swapp flowers were added to this Love Banner from Kelly.
Don’t miss Angela’s cupid inspired projects, including some soldered art pieces.
On Laura’s blog, there are plenty of valentines to be inspired by.
Wassau paper is used on Lisa’s layered card.
Everyone needs a Chocolate Lover’s survival kit, dontcha think?
Joan shares several great valentine ideas on her blog.
Krisit’s card for her husband uses Micro beads.
Learn to make an embossed doily with Martha’s tutorial.
Valentine plushies make a cute gift for anyone.
Lois used a board book to make a something sweet for her granddaughter.
Sweet stamped cards from Meghan.
Krisina is showing off a cool CD case on her blog.
This Valentine banner from Debbie includes Jenni Bowlin Bingo cards and lots of little touches.
A mini album of Love Poems like Lisa made would warm anyone’s heart.
There is still plenty of time to do Sue’s refurbished heart tutorial.
A great way to save money would be to make your own Valentine embellishments like Tina did.
Kritsyn’s swap card with an XOXO theme will inspire your next project.
This mini album features a unique fold and it filled with love from Brandy.
Need some fat free chocolates? Missy’s plush chocolates are the perfect compromise.
Monika’s Twilight New Moon themed Valentine card will surely be popular this year.
Postcard Art featuring vintage image from Shelly features lace and stitching.
Cassandra’s Valentine tags use punches and doilies in a neat way.
Repurpose bottle caps with Kandi on your projects.
Catherine’s Valentine signs would be a great craft for your door to welcome those you love.
Fingerless gloves made from old sweaters by Edie will keep your lovely’s hands warm.
Eileen’s sweet flower box made with Sizzix Scoreboard would be great for other holidays too.
Shayna has some unique Valentine gift ideas posted on her blog.
Megan’s canvas tote would be a very functional gift for someone special.
This card from Julie includes a cool little basket that can be filled with a little treat.
There are so many projects you could add Jess’ puffy felt hearts to.
So get to it! Go get crafty!