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Three Crafty Valentine’s Gift Ideas

8th February 2019

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. It’s the perfect night to settle down with your loved one on the sofa, watch the best zombie movies, and cook up a romantic dinner. If you’re looking for a special gift to give to a special person, consider making it yourself instead. In this article, you’ll learn why it’s better to make a gift than to buy it, as well as three crafty Valentine’s gift ideas that are easy to create.

Crafted vs Bought

You can always go to any store and pick out an item that your special someone would love. After all, if you got it for them, they’ll probably like it no matter what. But if you want this year’s gift to really stand out, then you should try crafting it yourself. Here are three reasons why crafted gifts are better than store-bought ones:

It is bespoke

Store-bought gifts are usually generic – red hearts, stuffed toys, chocolates, and flowers. We’ve seen all these things before. Meanwhile, crafted Valentine’s gifts ensure that nobody in the world has that item but your special someone. You can make a bespoke item made with supplies from TheWorks that will make it dearer to whoever receives it, knowing that they own something that no one else does.

It shows effort

Anyone can spend money on a gift, but not everyone will put extra effort to make one. For example, if you are opting to get a jewelry piece for her, you can reach out to jewelry makers who may make use of fiber laser options to add in that special effect you desire. If not, you can also ask them to craft it with her favorite stone. All of these can show that you’ve put time, thought, and effort into the present, even if you didn’t spend a lot of money on it.

It is made with love

Even if the crafted gift doesn’t turn out as great as what you pictured it will be, it’s still made with a lot of love. That alone is enough to make your special someone happy.

Valentine’s Gift Ideas

Are you ready to put a lot of love and effort into a crafted and bespoke Valentine’s gift? Here are gifts that you can make for your special someone:


Gather your couple pictures and a few mementos from your dates (like movie tickets, theme park stubs, and other similar items that you’ve kept) and put them in a scrapbook. A scrapbook is always a great gift idea because it serves as a time capsule of sorts of all the time you’ve spent together and the memories you’ve shared with each other.

Painted mug

There are cheap mug painting sets available in TheWorks that allow you to customize a simple but useful household item. After painting your design, you can also write a sweet message on the mug. Additional crafty tip: If you want to make your special someone laugh with this gift, paint something that reminds them of an inside joke that only you two know about. To add a finishing touch, maybe have some fresh flowers delivered and put them in your mug when you gift it to your partner. There are plenty of reliable florists that provide fresh flowers on a short notice. You can find them by typing “Pakenham Florist Delivery” or something like that into your browser, depending on where you live. A painted mug with flowers would be a great combination to make your significant other burst with joy.

Valentine’s Day basket

Fill your Valentine’s Day basket with store-bought and/or crafted items, like homemade cookies, a scrapbook, a painted mug, a love letter, a stuffed toy, a box of chocolates, a bottle of wine, etc. Even though some of the items in the basket are store-bought, it still shows that you’ve still put a lot of effort and thought into curating these things.

This Valentine’s Day show your special someone just how much you love them by crafting one of these beautiful gift ideas.

Jack Braintree

Hi! I am Jack Braintree, I am an avid traveller, and I love to shop. I am a software engineer, and I have spent seven years in the workforce, working for IT companies, full time and as a freelancer. I created dropjack.com to provide in-depth reviews, tips and tricks for shoppers

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