Here’s a quick valentine to whip up. I have a lot of googly eyes for some reason, but you could just as easily print on eye.
Here’s a great last-minute gift. Put together a mini emergency kit. I used freezer paper and stenciled a little tote but use any cute little pouch you find. I then filled it with whatever I thought would come in handy–cleaning wipes, bandages, mini tweezers, foldable scissors, etc.
Look at this cute penguin box by Beth at Hungry Happenings. Perfect for a chocolate lover.
For a fun project that would also make great little gifts, check out Ms. Toi’s tutorialon making lipstick using crayons, castor oil and shea butter. You might even try adding a little essential oils to your blend. Just make sure the oils are safe to use on lips.
Images: Ms. Toi
Jenny at The Sweetest Occasion made these fabulous glitter gumdrop ornaments that can also be place card holders. I’m seeing garlands.
Grosgrain has a great tutorial on printing fabric on your home printer. I can’t wait to try this!
Wake Up World has the how-to’s to regrow 16 foods from scraps. Did you know you could re-grow celery and romaine lettuce by putting the root end in some water?
S.T.E.L.’s simple and elegant hairstyle really, truly lives up to its name. I was actually able to do it on the first try after watching the tutorial.