I found a very cool upcycling project at Crafty Journal, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Noreen used empty soda cans to make a simple string of lights more festive for the day of love.
After-Christmas-blues getting you down? Well, Valentine’s Day is coming up, so if you need a little pick-me-up from the January blahs, I suggest doing a Valentine craft, like this cute one made from baby food jars by Courtney of Crafts by Courtney.
Jeanette from Creating A Life shares in my love for cereal and, therefore, never has a shortage of the colorful cardboard boxes. She was determined to put some of that cardboard to work for Valentine’s Day this year.
At Namely Original, Emily has three younger siblings who need boxes for Valentines, this year. Remember making special boxes so that your classmates could deliver their Valentine cards to you? Well, Emily’s aunt gave her the idea of recycling tissue boxes for this project.
This timely makeover comes from Melanie of Create.Craft.Love. Back in the fall, Melanie had crafted a darling picture frame for Halloween. Fast forward a few months, and she’s ready to do the same for Valentine’s Day. But did she need to go get a new frame? Nope!
Angelina blogs at JoJo and Eloise. She discovered a great way besides shopping to use up all the coupons that come in the mail, and it’s perfect for Valentine’s Day!
Chelsea blogs at Making Home Base, and she has the cutest baby girl! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Chelsea figured out how to upcycle an old sweater into a cozy accessory for baby.
Melissa of Honeybee Vintage has a sweet little daughter who loves hearts. So when Melissa got the idea to make some “heart art” using supplies from around her home, she knew it would be perfect for her little girl’s bedroom.