Wednesday, February 4, 2009

all you need is love...

I heart the month of February! I put up my Valentine Decor in the middle of January. I've been thinking about sweet things to do for my hubby and how I can show my appreciation to him and everyone else I love. If you have any ideas I'd love to hear them! I'm also loving a few other things:

These delicious heart-shaped pancakes from Martha Stewart.

These cute Valentine ideas from Pebbles in my Pocket.

If I had a little girl in school...I would make this cute bag for her valentine's.

My most favorite Valentine Candies

And the clever ways to tell that special someone how much you love them.

What are your Valentine's Day traditions?


jack+alli said...

those are cute projects! how do you abbreviate pebbles in my pocket? PIMP?
i only have one valentine's magnets i made for the front door.
unfortunately i'm no help with the traditions....we usually go to dinner or make something new to eat.
i will be checking back to get some ideas though!

sassy red said...

I love Valentine's too! I always make pink rice krispie treats and shape them in a funnel so they look like big hershey kisses! Then wrap in tynfoil with the skinny white paper sticking out top:)

bethany.j said...

i love those links, especially the pancakes. MMM. and let's go to PIMP sometime soon. LOL, love that from alli!

jack+alli said...

i thought of you when i saw this cute quilt! {you like elephants, right?}
this website also has cute valentine's day crafts!
ps:i'm glad you ejoy my dirty humor ;)

oh yeah!!!! i just read your comments and i DO have something i do for valentines! growing up my mom made us giant hershey kisses only she melted all kinds of chocolate together and different candy bars and put them in a funnel then in the fridge until hard and wrapped them in foil and made a tag from tissue paper. i made some for the neighbors last year....
i need to make them again-i'm glad i got a litte reminder from kaci! :)

jack+alli said...

no kidding! we could workout, sew AND scrapbook together! it would be great....
i can't wait to see what your quilt looks like!