Have you noticed that men are hard to shop for? This Valentine’s Day, why don’t you try making him something special with these fun DIY Valentine’s gifts for husband ideas. I’m sure he’ll appreciate the personal touch! Do you have a guy who likes to play games? How about making this Lovopoly board game for him? It looks like a ton of fun!
Create a unique Valentine’s card for the special one in your life this year with these flour hearts. Create the card by cutting out a heart shape on a piece of colored card and add flour for a striking visual effect. You will be amazed to know that this card also doubles up as a super romantic floor art – all thanks to the step where you sprinkle lots of flour on the card using it as stencil, and the cut-out creates a perfect heart-shaped layer of flour on the grass when you remove the sheet of paper. Use the technique to craft a heart loaded pathway that helps him to reach you, or simply let the whole surface scream how much he means to you by working up the hearts all over the grass After all, how about letting him know that he is cherished and loved with every footstep he takes?
Decorate a small glass jar with ribbons, felt hearts, and other decorative items. This unique gift can be added to a shelf as a decorative piece, and can be customized with a personal message from you. How this inspiration by DIY Enthusiasts works up the decor involves wrapping the jar with lots of twine with a black button in the middle. The button keeps a heart-shaped felt cut out in place, while the jar itself houses loads of little pieces of paper. Each of the pieces of folded paper is going to bring a smile to your special one’s face as it explains a reason why you are in love with him. Simply grab some plain paper and write the reasons in bright red paper, folding the sheets and dropping them into the jar. Nothing can be better than expressing everything about him that makes you adore him all by yourself.
Create your own heart-shaped tea bags and present them to your Valentine this year. Use your favorite teas like Early Grey, English Breakfast or Green Tea for an extra sweet treat. To get started, you are going to need coffee filters or fillable tea bags, a thread, a pair of scissors, store-bought tea, colored sheet of paper, a sewing needle, a pencil and a teaspoon. Even that little tag for your tea bag comes with a pretty heart shape and is crafted out of colored paper. The steps of construction are showcased with this super easy pictorial tutorial shared by DIY Enthusiasts. Not only will this gift treat him to his favorite tea flavours every morning, but is also going to remind him of you the moment he grabs that hot cup of beverage before kickstarting his day!