Happy Wednesday Friends! With Valentine's Day just several days away, I thought I'd share a few last minute projects. Whether you've planned a romantic dinner for two, a kid friendly family meal or even coffee with a friend, these no fuss touches are sure to add some love to your table.
You may remember these little heart tins from a recent Friday's Find feature. I wanted to use them for Valentine's Day and thought they would make adorable place cards/hostess gifts. You could use the initial of each guest or family member and even add candy on top, if desired.
I gathered stickers, felt hearts, buttons, etc. from my craft stash and secured the embellishments with glue dots. This would also be a fun project to do with little ones.
Next, how about leaving a personal message for your Valentine with chalkboard chargers? I've added x-o-x to mine, but they could be personalized to your heart's content. These were originally thrift store chargers that I sprayed with chalk board paint. See how here.
Here, I've mismatched place settings. Kids love choosing their place and pointing out the differences! Another festive touch ~ make your own napkin rings. All you need is a hot glue gun and some craft supplies.
These were crafted with felt hearts and metal trim I had on hand. Ribbon, felt, even cardboard are other alternatives.
Last, don't forget sweets for your sweet! Below, instead of traditional chocolate covered strawberries, I substituted peppermint candy melts and added sprinkles for a sweet treat.
Does your sweetheart prefer chocolate? Try these decadent truffles! Find the recipe here.
Do you celebrate any Valentine traditions?