Valentines Decorations / December 31, 2018 / Blanche Durham
Consider writing messages on each heart before hanging them up to further add to this gift for your partner. Children working on this project may also want to add special messages on each heart before hanging them up as well which adds an additional learning element to this fun project. When Valentines Day rolls around thats always a great time to have a party. Having great decorations make for an awesome party no matter what kind you have for your kids and their friends or just for the adults. When it comes time to sit down and plan everything out youre always looking for some great Valentines decorations ideas that wont be too over the top but will be totally unforgettable as well. Here are some awesome ideas for your party that dont cost a lot but will leave everyone with a totally unforgettable experience.
Remember that Valentines day decoration arent necessary limited in their application to the notorious day of romance itself. You can use these amazing decorating ideas to spice up your love life any time of the year so long as you want to get him or her in the mood. But remember making romantic decorations is a lot like writing a poem specifically for the person. To put the soul and character of your partner in every piece of decoration and customize them to suit her tastes is sexier than anything you can get off the grocery counter. Here are a few decorations that can make every day feel like hearts day: - Go for the old reliables: When you run out of ideas the old methods can really make her swoon just fine. A surprise candlelit dinner with champagne and the music of Marvin Gaye or Barry White can make any night a hot one.
They are made with salt dough and make great sculptures to have as keepsakes. Youll need: o 2 cups of plain flour o 1 cup of salt o 1 cup of water o oven o acrylic paint o knife o board o rolling pin o paintbrushes o baking tray o pen pencil or stylus Mix the two cups of flour into a bowl with one cup of salt and one cup of water with your hands until the dough is entirely moistened and sticks together. It should be like pizza dough easy to mold. Youll see the little grains of salt in the dough dont worry thats what it should look like. Roll out the dough into a sheet about a quarter of an inch thick. Then use your stylus pen or pencil to cut out a heart shape. Set this aside and roll out the dough again to cut out some smaller heart shapes. Once you have about three heart shapes in decreasing size you can press one on top of the other. Use a little water between the layers to act as a glue or paste.