Guys, can you believe that Valentine’s Day is around the corner? The last few months have literally FLOWN by, and now that we’re officially finished all the major renovations on the house and we’re just down to the little things we’ll probably ignore for months I feel like I just woke up from a long sleep and it’s basically spring. Just kidding, I drove through three separate white outs coming home from the dog park today, there is no sign of spring, but you get the idea. It’s almost FEBRUARY. Wasn’t it just October yesterday? I don’t understand.
But that’s actually super good timing, because now that I’m starting to get back into the swing of blogging again (taking a vacation – even a completely necessary and borderline mandatory one to buy a house and move and renovate – for the first time is a dangerous experiment in will power and laziness, just FYI) I have like months of latent creativity just ready to be poured all over this place. And that means PINK CRAFTS ERR’WHERE! Seriously, Valentine’s is my holiday spirit animal, and I can’t wait to get into this.
Today’s post – obviously – is all about super sweet, super easy valentines you should gift to all your friends because it is truly tragic we have outgrown the days of desktop mailboxes and pop culture themed valentines (probably to my mom’s relief though). But if you have littles they are still perfectly acceptable to gift, probably to age appropriate kids i.e. 10+ because I don’t know a kid under ten that can handle nail polish. I’m 24 and I painted my desk twice painting my nails last week. I blame Scandal. Anyways, they make great alternative valentines for schools that don’t allow food-themed ones (buh bye cinnamon hearts, I will not miss you).
All you need to make these nail polish valentines is a collection of nail polish bottles and our printable valentines! Get the tags below:
Psst – catch us linking up with some other babes over here.