Bring the outside in for Valentine’s Day this year, with any one of these nature crafts!
1. birch bark heart garland. Birch bark is one of my favorite natural crafting supplies.
2. birdseed hearts. Why not make your valentine a gift for the birds, as well?
3. conversation clementines. Here’s the perfect treat to bring to a kid’s class party.
4. heart ornaments. Salt dough, cornstarch dough, or cinnamon dough would all work well with this project.
5. heart-shaped cake. Using your own recipe, here’s how to turn a square cake and a round cake into the perfect heart-shaped cake.
6. heart-themed fruit platter. Check out the clever way this blogger got a heart shape worked into a fruit platter!
7. pine cone love bugs. These would make such a cute Valentine’s Day craft for little ones.
8. plantable seed paper valentines. This is such a gorgeous and eco-friendly way to send out your valentines this year.
9. rose bud bath melts. Give your valentine something very luxurious–and natural–for Valentine’s Day.
10. stick bow and arrow. Not everybody wants to craft with hearts. Give your little non-romantics a break by showing them how to make Cupid’s bow and arrows–out of sticks!
11. tea-riffic valentine. Give everyone a taste of your favorite tea!
12. twig centerpiece. A coat of paint transforms some twigs from your yard into a special Valentine’s Day centerpiece.
13. twig hanging heart art. This would be a fun activity for a family gathering or a school party–everyone paints their own stick, then you combine them into this beautiful hanging heart!
14. Valentine’s Day nature art. Make your daily hike that much more special on this day.
15. Valentine’s Day overnight oats. Valentine’s Day food doesn’t have to be all chocolate and sugar.
16. vegan Valentine’s Day recipes. Have a meat-free romantic dinner!
17. wool felt garland. You can make your own felted wool balls, or buy them pre-made.