Valentine's Day

10 Cute and Tasty Ideas for Valentine’s Day

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Are you ready for Valentine’s Day? Oddly, I think I am.  I’m sort of ahead of things right now ……and I don’t know how in the world this happened.  LOL.

But, the good news is that I can share a few goodies that I’ve run across one whole week before the big day.  And, maybe, just maybe, skimming through this post will provide you with most, if not all, of the things you need to get ready, too.  #stressfree #ValentinesDay

I received free tea from Blooming with Joy in exchange for writing a review on the blog. This post does NOT contain an affiliate link or any other compensation.  All opinions are 100% my own.

First up is a delicious herbal tea, called “Cherryful Heart.”  (Link to Blooming With Joy). Oh my goodness, I wish you could smell the fragrance.  It’s like a total cherry orchard in my sunroom.  And, the color!  How perfect for Valentine’s Day. 

Tea from Blooming with Joy collection | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

Next, my dear friend Barb, who is all about Mason jars and sweet things, explains how-to make a cupcake with a special ombre frosting.  Too cute alert. (Link to The Everyday Home Blog)

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For the kiddos, one of my favorite finds is this homemade glitter playdough with an easy gift container and tag.  The fabulous Marie, over at Pastels and Macarons, has all the how-tos.

Homemade glitter playdough in a mason jar with a cute gift tag| The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

Or, for older kids, how about this adorable burlap Valentine’s bag?  My friend Pam, from over at The Birch Cottage, explains the easy how-to.

DIY Burlap Valentine's Bag via The Birch Cottage | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

For adults and strawberry lovers of every age, super-mom Lauren, who blogs over at BPatty, puts a twist on traditional Valentine’s Day strawberries by filling them with cheesecake.  This is seriously the easiest 5-minute recipe EVER. (Link here)

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Or, how about another quick recipe, by Marie of Pastels and Macarons?  This Belgian Strawberry Mousse is so smooth and creamy.  Seriously.  Just one little taste…..and well.  It will be full-on mousse love.  (Link here)

Strawberry Belgian Mousse by Pastels and Macarons | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

And, not to be out done on the quick and easy by Lauren and Marie, the lovely Steph, from Crafting in the Rain, offers puff pastry stuffed with ice cream and topped with a yummy drizzle. (Link here)

Easy Valentine's Day Dessert by Crafting in the Rain | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

Then, Joanne will gussie up your heartless mantel in record time. If you’ve got 15-minutes and a hot glue gun, Joanne can hook you up with this super-cute, super-inexpensive, and super-easy wreath.  (Link here)

Easy 15-Minute Valentine Wreath | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

And, just in case wreaths aren’t your thing, how about this pallet heart?  From the picture, it may look a little complicated, but trust me when I promise that it is not.  Cindy works you right through the simple and quick instructions. (Link here)

Painted DIY Pallet Heart by DIY Beautify | The Chelsea Project | www.thechelseaproject.com

And, last, but not least, are love bug cookies from Erin at Delightful E Made.  They are so easy and so seriously cute.  Your bug will love you for it.

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Hope you are having a great time getting ready for your Valentine’s celebration.  If you need something specific, please leave a comment and we will find it together.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Stephanie @ Casa Watkins February 9, 2016 at 11:55 am

    Great roundup! Love the playdough valentines. πŸ™‚ Adorable.

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