My favorite way to celebrate Valentine’s Day is in the unexpected. Seriously, you can really keep it simple with a big impact.
Add a little red food coloring to milk and freeze it in heart-shaped ice-cube trays. There is not a kid on this planet (or adult) that wouldn’t blush over a little love with their milk and cookies. From A Subtle Revelry.
A little more effort (and a bit of skill) goes into this little Valentine’s Day surprise. Just stitch a little red heart under his collar, so he’ll see it when he’s tying his tie in the morning. (Sadly my man wears a tie only at weddings, funerals, and bar mitzvahs. And the occasional geek-chic-under-the-sweater-vest-look.) Via Pinterest. (For the more casual dude, you can just embroider a heart on the inside of the pocket flap comme ça.)
The effort put forth in this cute heart-balloon-in-the-closet surprise from Oh Happy Day is primarily a pulmonary effort. Maybe go for the smallest closet in the house.
Oh yes. Indeed you can even hide a heart in a cupcake. By Sky Blue’s Kitchen.
Oh Happy Day (yes again) went as far as to make a heart stamp for these cute cups, but really just grab a red marker and do it freehand. A little hot love on the morning of February 14th is a darn good thing.
Little surprise, big smiles. Will someone forward this post to my husband? xoxo
February 5, 2013|
Everyday Crafts, Food, Gifts, Holidays, Valentine's Day