Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day DIYs

January 23, 2019

valentine's day diy chocolate covered strawberry bouquet

We know it’s a bit of a cliché, but it’s true what they say — when it comes to gift-giving, it’s the thought that counts. And nothing says “thoughtful” quite like a handmade gift. Not only are our DIY creations one-of-a-kind, personal, and made with love, they’re also delicious! Whether as a romantic appetizer or a Valentine’s Day gift all its own, give these delectable DIY creations a shot.

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Shots

Skip the shot glasses this year in favor of something a lot more delicious — strawberry shot glasses! Simply line a hollowed out strawberry with chocolate and add your favorite creamy liquor for a treat that’s truly unique.

Fizzy Green Fruit Sangria

If your tastes lie more fruity than sweet, try your hand at mixing our signature sangria. With the winds howling outside, this fizzy drink will have you both thinking of warmer days soon to come.

Unicorn Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Fair warning, this one is a bit more ambitious, but we think you’re up for it! If your lady loves all things rainbows and unicorns, surprise her with these magical treats.

Fruit Love Bugs

What better to give the person you caught the “love bug” for than these adorable strawberry and grape treats. These easy-to-make bugs also make a great family-friendly activity for Valentine’s Day, if you’re looking to include your little ones in the V-day festivities.

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Bouquet

What’s perhaps the one thing women love more than flowers? Chocolate! This fun twist on a traditional floral bouquet is the perfect mix of tasty and unique.

Dipped Strawberries

If some of the above recipes seem a little too ambitious for you, have no fear! If you can melt chocolate, you can make hand-dipped strawberries. And after all, what’s more romantic and sensual than traditional chocolate dipped strawberries?

Dried Fruits

There’s a reason why dried fruits are referred to as “nature’s candy,” it’s because they’re delicious and surprisingly nutritious. Keep things Valentine’s Day-themed by choosing red and pink fruits only, like strawberries, cherries, red grapes, watermelon, and apples.

 

Now that you know what you’re going to get the one you love, it’s time to decide what you’re going to write in the card.