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Valentine’s week has kick started and all of us are wondering how to make it the most special moment ever. While some spend moolah to impress their valentine, some go for DIY gifts to make memories.
Here we have suggestions to make your day most special and memorable without spending much of your hard-earned money after all love is all about feeling.
Read below some solid ideas for decorating your house for Valentine’s Day on a budget using these awesome DIY decor projects!
An easy and creative way to confess LOVE to your valentine is by saying it in bold and clear. Create a monogram letter and leave them blushing. Not only monogram letters simple and fun, but many of them also use common craft items which you may even have laying around at home.
Who doesn’t know to create easy and fabulous paper or cloth flower? Not only they are undying, but they are super quirky and romantic too. Add some fragrance or rose water to add feels to your flowers.
A good atmosphere is everything and candles are best to set some dim, romantic lighting. Luckily, you don’t have to do much to create romantic DIY candles, use any candle and stick some heart stickers on it. When they burn, your love churn.
The aftermath of romance is always tiring and to get over this tiredness you need some sweets. Get them handy and place some gems, candies and chocolates in an over-sized flowerpot and never allow hunger to disturb your private time. You can also mix your favourite dry fruits for more variety.
No, we are not confusing your first night with valentine’s day. The suggestion to decorate your bed or couch with flowers is mainly to add some romance in the atmosphere. If you are at your place, it has to be very personal and romantic. Show your valentine that you can go the extra mile to make them happy and feel loved.
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