I had a lot of fun doing that Christmas link round up, so I thought I'd do another for Valentine's Day crafts. (we did make the tree topper, lots of snowflakes, and printed out the very cute bird ornaments by Lisa Rupp, by the way. Saving the tree skirt for next year!)
I'm tempted by both the paper and the felt versions of these cute hearts on the Craft Blog. I'd use some of that recycled plastic felt I've seen around, available at felt-o-rama. via Craft Magazine Blog
PaperPlateandPlane provides this simple paper rose tutorial out of Dollar Store Doilies. Via Craft Gossip. Really simple, but it looks great!
I'd need to dig up my hot glue gun to make this lovely lace brooch from Martha Stewart. That is if I still have one, I may have abandoned it in one of our moves. Another project from Martha Stewart that I might be more likely to make, knit catnip hearts for Lucy!
And I've seen several cute potholder tutorials, including one from Martha Stewart, another which I like because it uses thrifted and Ikea potholders and makes them cuter using bias tape, from Made. However I think I like the one pictured above from a spoon full of sugar, because of the cute heart fabric and heart stitching. Those last two were both found via Craft Gossip again.
And lastly, if you know a knitter, this giant heart shaped box of yarn would be one of the best valentine's day presents ever. via Craftzine Blog.