If you’re into sustainability it’s hard not to have an affinity with jars! So why not put them on your Valentine card? This simple jam jar Valentine card looks so professional and you don’t even need to know how to draw because the creator, DC 2 NY Confessions, even gives you a printout.
For more simple, low-waste valentine cards and decorations read on.
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Or if snails are your thing (I’m sure there are some of you out there!) this has to win the award for the cutest snail card ever! See the Krokotak website for instructions.
Feeling inspired to create a room full of love? For a simple heart chains check out the photo tutorial on Directions not Included’s blog or if you prefer a video tutorial click here
These paper heart decorations are equally cute, especially made from upcycled paper. Check out Crafting Hours video tutorial on how to make them.
What could be better than a pile of 3D paper hearts in the centre of your valentine table. Visit Fab Art DIY for a photo tutorial on how to make these or Dave Hax’s video tutorial on Youtube
Or how about these uber cute (and uber simple) paper roses? Check out instructions on how to make a paper rose on Dozi
I’m not a big fan of presents at Valentines. Personally I think spending time with someone is the best way to express love but if you are giving a gift I think this is a clever Valentine wrapping idea from The House that Lars Built
For more Sustainable Ethical Valentine ideas click here.