The holiday season is over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t look forward to the next big day—Valentine’s Day! While grown ups don’t get to have candy-packed parties, if your kids go to school, they do. Try some of these DIY Valentine’s Day cards to show off your crafty side.
Candy necklaces. Create your own candy necklaces using licorice strings and gummy rings. Print out cards and tie the necklaces to the cards. Finally, put everything inside a plastic bag to keep it fresh.
Turtles. These cute turtle-shaped cards will make everyone smile. Add some glitter to its feet and put a special message under its shell.
Heart fan. To make these cards you will need four paper hearts, a gold brad, some twine, and anything else you want to add some bling.
Play dough hearts. These are perfect for younger kids. Make some pink-colored homemade play dough and cut out heart shapes using a cookie cutter. Place each heart in a plastic bag to keep it fresh.
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Valentine’s Day is a day set aside for couples to celebrate their love for one another. Going out together, a few cocktails and a refined meal — that can be fun. However, a night in can be just as fulfilling. Here’s a list of the best movies to watch on Valentine’s Day with your significant other…
No one says you have to watch an Oscar-winning arthouse movie on Valentine’s Day. And Dirty Dancing is definitely not that. But it’s a lot of fun, and for many people, a nostalgic favorite. Maybe you and your partner can practice some of the moves!
As Good As It Gets
Couples that laugh together, stay together. So why not watch one of the greatest, funniest romantic comedies on Valentine’s Day? As Good As It Gets features great writing, memorable characters and one of the best lines ever. Hint: it happens when Helen Hunt’s character demands a compliment from Jack Nicholson’s character.
Ever dream of spending a night wandering in Vienna only to fall suddenly and madly in love with a French woman (or man, if you insist)? Watch those dreams come to life in Before Sunrise, a beautifully-shot and memorable romantic film. The chemistry between actors Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy is palpable.
If you happen to be single on Valentine’s Day, do not watch these movies. You may want to try something more like this.