Wednesday, February 12, 2014

A Rundown of Valentine's Past and a Plea for Help

Valentine's Day approach-eth. . .

and once again I am stricken with a bad case of the I-don't-know-what-to-make-for-hims. While I continue to search for just the right project, I thought I'd share with you some of the links and instructions and projects of years past.

Also, I have a "Valentine Love" Pinterest board where I collect fun ideas. I just haven't found the perfect one yet and am RUNNING OUT OF TIME!!

If you have any fabulous, fun, lovey-dovey ideas or have seen any, feel free to share them in the comments section. I hope my links help you find something loverly too!

5 comments:

  1. Hope, Last year I made a man Bouquet, I took a vase, Filled it with kiss's or candy. Then I took some skewers, and taped candy, and mini Liqour bottles to the skewers.

    I made a gift that was not only personable, but also creative!

    Just a though...

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  2. I adore those linky ideas! Not sure if he wears jewelry, but I just made a guitar string bangle, and found several guitar string tutes on pinterest that may work for you.

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    1. Shirley- I'm so pleased you like all those ideas. He hasn't worn jewelry (except his wedding band) in a while. I like the idea of the guitar string bangle, but he actually PLAYS guitar (that's how we met. . .he was in the band) and gets all grossed out by used guitar strings. He says they collect all kinds of oil and grime from your fingers and can be kinda icky. That's what HE says. I've seen all kinds of guitar string projects with not one ever mentioning cleaning the strings first. So. . .anything made with old strings is a no go for me unfortunately. I love the idea though. Thank you for suggesting it!!

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  3. Because we love to eat, and most of our cookware is ancient we mutually decided to buy a new set of high end pans. So... I'm basically no help on lovey-dovey, romantic... haha :-D

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  4. I wish that I could help but I am horrible at making jewelry for a man. Good luck on your quest.

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