15 Valentine's Day Ideas for the Lettering Obsessed
Nothing says "I love you" quite like a handmade valentine. These DIY Valentine’s Day ideas help you tell someone how you feel in your own words – and your own letters.
With a few balloons and a sharpie, you can quickly create a personalized gift with big impact. Pink and red balloons with silver sharpie create a traditional look, but you can substitute any color combination your prefer.Try the tutorial!
You’ll want to break out your fountain pen for this one: antique paper and spool are the basis of this handmade valentine, setting the stage for your handwritten words of love.Try the tutorial!
Whether you loathe the romance of February 14th or an "I <3 U" conversation heart sends the wrong message, these Anti-Valentine’s cookies are the perfect solution. Plus, you can say "Love Stinks" in your very best icing penmanship.Try the tutorial!
Conversation hearts pale in comparison to these rainbow treats. Whatever you choose to make these heart-shaped macarons say, your love (and enthusiasm for colorful food) will be easy to read.Try the tutorial!
This hand-designed wrapping paper does double duty: stylishly covering a present and sending a message. Whether you write a personal note or your favorite song lyrics, your calligraphic design will make its mark.Try the tutorial!
We’re sure there’s plenty more to love about your significant other, but this booklet gives him or her one for every week. A deck of cards provides the perfect format to share the reasons he or she is so special with your favorite font.Try the tutorial!
This Valentine’s Day idea gives the traditional box of chocolates a personalized upgrade. With a little bit of chalkboard paint and your most creative hand-lettering, you can turn your loved one’s favorite candies into a truly one-of-a-kind gift.Try the tutorial!
Your special Valentine’s Day message becomes a unique focal point for your home decor. All you need is a piece of plywood, a decorative stencil, paint in your favorite romantic hues and your brush lettering skills.Try the tutorial!
These DIY Valentine’s Day candle-holder logs bring the outdoors in – and have that touch of nostalgia when love was declared by carving initials into a tree. They also create the perfect mood lighting for a romantic evening.Try the tutorial!
If you want to make a big statement this Valentine’s Day, try this giant-size valentine. You’ll need a roll of white paper and your best cutting skills, but you’ll love seeing the recipient reveal your life-size love note one letter at a time.Try the tutorial!
11. Chalkboard Mug
For your valentine who can’t live without a morning caffeine fix, this chalkboard paint coffee mug is the perfect way to show you care. Even better, you can greet him or her with a new hand-written chalk message on the mug every day.Try the tutorial!
With the right base (apparently from the dollar bin at Target), this wooden heart comes to life. Dawn Nicole uses a bit of paint, some hand lettering and her handy Silhouette CAMEO to create a subtle Valentine’s Day decoration.Try the tutorial!
With a drill and some Christmas lights, you can make a drab sheet of plywood shine. Follow this tutorial for a unique, handmade conversation starter this Valentine’s Day.Try the tutorial!
If you’re looking for the perfect way to deliver your love letter to that special someone, look no further. These hand-designed envelope liners give your Valentine’s Day mail that something extra for a truly custom style.Try the tutorial!
For this project, the chalkboard concept gets a Valentine’s Day update with some red paint. From the heart-shaped wood base, you can make your design your own with your lettering and embellishments.Try the tutorial! Inspired? Pin it for later!
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