Surprise teachers, friends, and family with these lovely handmade gifts.
Give a gift that is made to have love written all over it.
Just like their edible cousins, these foam conversation hearts will let your child get right to the point of her Valentine's messages.
Link your heart to someone else's with this fun craft.
On February 14, six-year-old Quinlan Adams of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, gives his teachers a big round of applause and a little luxury: a tube of hand lotion.
Show your furry valentine he's top dog with a customized tag.
Turn a handful of yarn into a hangable heart ornament using cornstarch glue.
These adorable little robots are programmed to transmit Valentine's Day messages -- and treats.
Here's a fun project that will let your child hammer home just how much a dear friend or relative means to her.
Your special someone will be a sucker for this fun-and-easy craft.
Make sure Valentine's day starts with an extra-special smile.
This tiny box is bursting with Valentine's love.
Make a sweetheart's sweets even sweeter wrapped in a cute note.
Transform cardboard tubes into love tokens, then display them as a mantel garland or door decoration.
Twist a paper napkin into a token of love for your valentine.
Decorate your child's door frame with this heartfelt craft idea!
A window-art valentine is clearly a great idea: it sticks on a pal's window and lets the love shine through.
There's nothing tame about these fun and funky jungle-print wristbands.
These simple, message-bearing barrettes make an adorably useful gift for girls.
Your little sweeties can make a heart-felt statement on Valentine's Day by donning these easy-to-make accessories.
This idea, from the Coakley sisters -- 12-year-old Amelia and 9-year-old Olivia -- of Fulton, New York, is one Valentine gift that keeps on giving: a heart-shaped cutter to make cookies or clay hearts all year long.
This Valentine's Day, bewitch the object of your affection with a bejeweled charm.
These flashy rings let a kid wear her heart on her finger.
Our most popular valentine gift is made of recycled crayon pieces.
A sweet friendship bracelet girls will love to make and give.
Personalize your Valentine's Day gift with this perfect little charm.
Colorful hard candies, and one giant conversation heart, serve as the jewels in this Valentine's Day necklace.
Anyone who receives this valentine will know that they not only hold a piece of your heart, but they've got the key, too!
Give a valentine a piece of your heart with this clever pin made from old jigsaw puzzle pieces.
Here's a valentine guaranteed to grow on recipients: a plant that is synonymous with a special pal, the sweet pea.
Make pencil-pierced Valentines that are perfect for handing out to classmates.
You'll love this two-in-one project: a highly original valentine that moonlights as a usable ball of clay.
Show Grandma you care with this keepsake. The red wire is very flexible, so she can extract the note and treat while keeping the ornament to remind her of her sweetheart.
We've got the write idea for that cool school pal: a bead-dangling pencil that's a real charmer.
Here's an adorable hair clip your child will have fun wearing or bestowing on a friend this Valentine's Day.
Get an answer to "Will you be my valentine?" and any other yes-or-no question with this homemade version of the classic Magic 8 Ball.
Shape and bake tiny heart beads for someone special.
Transform chocolate kisses into a dozen roses.
These sweet valentines will make kids squeak with delight.
Book of Love
Valentine Pencil Toppers
String of Hearts
Puppy Love Locket
Sticky Hands, Warm Hearts
Brush up on Love
Roll a Napkin Rose
Curtain of Hearts
Cookie Cutter Heart
Lovely Ribbon Bracelets
A Real Charmer
Heart Key Chain
Sweet Pea Pot
The Write Card
Play Clay Hearts
Valentine Charm Pencil
Love Bug Barrettes
Oracle of Love