In this section of my creative Valentine ideas, I have collected a couple of beautiful homemade Valentine ideas - Valentine flowers. Presenting flowers and preparing homemade flowers are not unique ideas for Valentines Day, yet flowers are one of the most popular and best presents – and this is not an accident. The homemade Valentine flowers on this page look really wonderful so you will surely impress your loved one.
Egg-box daffodil, origami rose, salt dough tulip and sunflower – these are the Valentine ideas that you will find below. Even though presenting flowers are not the most unique ideas for Valentines Day - these homemade flowers are truly creative valentine ideas. Simply scroll down to read the step-by-step instructions for these Valentines Day creative ideas.
Now the first of the Valentine flowers is ready. It is really one of the unique ideas for Valentines Day. Do you agree?***adsense-middle.shtml***
Are you interested in preparing one of the most unique ideas for Valentines Day - the egg-box Daffodil?
Now, let's make the other two, much easier, Valentine flowers! Here is the first little blue Valentine flower:
|Step 1. Get your stick and place it in a ball of salt dough.||Step 2. Make the leaves and attach them to the stick.||Step 3. Fix a small ball to the stick and put the petals around it.|
|Step 4. Here is the finished Valentine flower. Leave it on a heater until it dries out completely (1-2 days)||Step 5. Paint your Valentine flower using the acrylic paints. Be creative: use different colours than I used!||Step 6. Allow the paint to dry (varies with every paint). And now your Valentine flower is done!|
Find more salt dough Valentine ideas: homemade Valentine hearts for boyfriends or girlfriends...
VALENTINE TULIP: Homemade Valentine Ideas
You'll need to prepare this lovely Valentine flower, actually a tulip:
|Step 1. Make a sort of ball for the bottom of the flower. Put the stick in it. Next, make the two leaves as shown. Finally, fix the them to the stick||Step 2. Create the top of the Valentine tulip as shown. Fix it to the stick like before. Place the tulip on a heater until it dries out entirely (1-2 days).||Step 3. Paint your completely dry Valentine flower using the acrylic paints. Be creative: you don't have to use the same colours I used!|
Have you found your favourite among the homemade valentine ideas above? They are truly creative valentine ideas and unique in they appearances. Your sweetheart will love them.