When it comes to Valentine's Day, if you could give your loved ones the world, you would. DIY gifts that come from the heart are as close as it gets. Check out these festive crafts and wreaths.
Knit a coffee cozy for someone who you know likes their cup of joe to go. Extra credit: Add a sweet message (like "xoxo") and stitch it onto a heart-shaped piece of felt.
Forget a tree trunk: Carve you and your loved one's initials inside of a heart on a scented candle instead.
A Valentine's Day card is always sure to give the warm and fuzzies, but a 3D one is even more memorable.
Jar of Luck
Let's face it: Only receiving the marshmallows from a box of Lucky Charms is a childhood dream come true.
These easy-to-make, colorful felt pouches are a sweet way stash candy.
Glittery Treat Box
Add sparkle and shine with this heart-shaped gift box — then pack it with conversation hearts.
A standard-sized light bulb becomes an adorable keepsake thanks to heart-shaped "wires" and a personalized phrase.
Date Night Jar
Enter the gift that keeps on giving: a jar filled with fun and easy things to do with your partner all year long.
Encourage budding artists to get creative with these colorful heart crayons. Best of all, they can create multicolor creations from a single heart.
This rustic vase is the sweetest way to display fresh flowers. Bonus points if you get your significant other or kids to help out.
Keep their fingers warm and toasty with these lavender-scented hand warmers.
Toast to another year of romantic bliss with a pair of etched glasses that you made yourself.
Strawberry Sugar Scrub
Soothing coconut oil, strawberry extract, and exfoliating sugar granules will make the receiver's skin as happy as their nose.
Rather than settling for store-bought cards, help your kids DIY these cute critters to pass out to their classmates.
Love Potion Labels
Stick these water bottles in your kid's lunch box so that they can feel the love even when you're apart.
Hugs & Kisses Mason Jar
We can all agree that the best kisses come in chocolate form. You know it's true.
I Spy My Valentine
Here's one way to prove that games (sequins, too!) are way more fun than candy.
Mason Jar Bouquets
Stick her bloom of choice — peonies, roses, you name it! — in affordable mugs for the ultimate last-minute gift.
Bath Bomb Hearts
There's no better gift than peace of mind but a bubble bath comes pretty close. Pair with a bottle of wine for the ultimate at-home spa experience.
When she unwraps this lace beauty, she'll assume it's store-bought. Well, you fooled her.
Conversation Heart Bags
Since they're the ones passing out the valentines, they should also help make 'em. Luckily, these customizable treat bags are easy enough for kids to make (as long Mom helps write names).
Heart Dog Scarf
Don't forget about Fido: Make your four-legged bestie a scarf that he'll proudly show off at the dog park.
Valentine's Day Mason Jar
Love comes in many forms. In this case, it's a jar full of knicknacks that will give your a valentine some overdue TLC.
Custom Candy Box
News flash: Getting your S.O. a box of chocolates isn't super creative. That's why you should stock up on their favorite sweets and make your own version instead.