3 Handmade Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas


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Heart Socks

There is no steadfast rule that says Valentine’s Day gifts have to be red or pink. These cute rainbow sock hearts are not only great gift ideas but make excellent decorations as well.

Materials needed:

Several rainbow socks or if you don’t have rainbow socks, socks in different colors will do just fine

Heart shaped pattern

Thread and needle

Sock filler such as pillow filler or rice


Cut out two heart shapes with the socks for each sock you are making.

Lay the two sock hearts together and sew together, ensure you leave an opening for the filler.

Stuff with filler or rice and finish sewing completely.

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Heart Bath Bombs

Heart bath bombs make an excellent Valentine’s Day gift for everyone from friends and family to teachers and bus drivers.

Materials needed:
1 cup of citric acid
2 cup of baking soda
2 tablespoons of cornstarch
1 ounce of melted coconut butter
6 drops of essential oil such as jasmine, lavender or sandalwood
2 drops of red or pink food coloring
Witch Hazel in spray bottle

In a bowl, mix together the citric acid, baking soda and cornstarch until there are no lumps present.
Mix in coconut butter, essential oils and food coloring.
Spray the mixture a few times with the Witch Hazel until the mixture holds a shape after it is pressed together.
Pack in mixture to silicone molds and let dry for 12 hours.
After 12 hours, remove from molds and dry an additional 24 hours.
Add bath bombs to mason jars for gift giving.

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Hot Chocolate Mix with Candy Bars

Materials needed:
Your favorite hot cocoa mix
Two plain chocolate bars
Spice jar
Mini scoop
Wrapping paper

Add the hot cocoa mix to the spice jar.
Secure the jar lid and cover with a square piece of wrapping paper.
Tie a ribbon on the top of the jar over the wrapping paper.
Tie the mini scoop in with the ribbon.
Unwrap the chocolate bar but leave the inner foil wrapping intact.
If the candy bar doesn’t have an inner layer of foil, just leave the label intact.
Cut a piece of wrapping paper that is a little larger than the candy bar.
Wrap the paper around the candy bar and tape to secure.
Add a ribbon around the candy bar.

Do you have any Valentine’s Day gift ideas you would like to share?

Krystal Blue
Krystal Blue dropped out of culinary school to be a full time mom to her two little angels, but it is a decision she does not regret! She loves doing crossword puzzles in her spare time and reading romance novels.

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