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Trendy and Cute: DIY Purple and Violet Valentine’s Day Crafts

If you have still not planned for Valentine’s Day, then it is time you get started. Of course, some things need more immediate attention than others. Booking a table at your favorite restaurant or ordering a swanky gift that takes a week or 10 days to arrive is something you do now. But making a DIY gift is something that can be taken up in the weekend ahead. Despite the fact that you barely need an hour or two to make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift, settling on one takes much more time. Having already shared with you ideas for easy Valentine’s Day Cards and Valentine’s Day gifts in red, it is time to flip through the best homemade gifts in purple and violet.

Paper Heart Garland in Various shades of blue and purple

With most of our design conscious readers, we are pretty sure that violet and purple DIY Valentine’s Day ideas will be a huge hit. Having taken the envious spot of Pantones Color of the Year, Ultra Violet has forced many in the glorious purple and violet direction. The easy, fun and unique DIY bellow should allow you to embrace the color, giving something beyond red, red and more red on the day of love!

Purple V-Day Wall Art

Gifting someone a wall art piece on Valentine’s Day can work out in more ways than one. It will add something more permanent to the interior and a stylish, statement piece in purple can be used in most modern homes. A DIY String Heart in Purple looks great when placed on a white wall and the neutral backdrop allows the heart to shine through beautifully. In a sea of red hearts, this purple, stringed delight comes as a welcome oddity! The beautiful and striking Doily Heart Painting is another masterpiece and this one combines both shades of purple and red.

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DIY Valentine’s Day Dream Catcher
Doily Heart Painting with Purple Panache

Gifting your loved one a dreamcatcher on Valentine’s Day is surely not that common, making it an exceptional and fun gift. The DIY Valentine’s Day Dream Catcher is easy enough to create and make a big visual impact. It also has a heart at the top to make it extra special!

DIY String Art in Purple for Valentine’s Day

Purple Gift Boxes

Purple gift boxes look super-cool and cute when done right. Again, it is a move away from the usual red and you can carefully wrap your big Valentine’s Day gift in one of these gorgeous boxes. A homemade box for your grand gift just says that you acre more and you can even personalize it in a manner of your choosing with pictures, motifs and initials. The DIY Origami Heart Box & Envelope seems ever so classy and you also have the added advantage of conveying a secret message. Much more radiant multi-functional is the Gift box sealed with hearts while the DIY Chocolate Box in purple holds a sweet treat or two.

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DIY Origami Heart Box & Envelope with Secret Message
Gift box sealed with hearts in Purple
DIY Chocolate Box in Purple with tiny hearts in purple

Mason Jars and Pockets of Joy

Any Valentine’s Day celebration is simply incomplete without flowers and by simply adding a few of your favorite flowers, mason jars and a dash of violet, you can shape a delightful central piece or decorative vase that lights up a room. It is all too easy and you will not have to spend a fortune to get the job done. Another interesting idea is the DIY Heart Pockets that come in various shapes, sizes and with a wide range of motifs.

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DIY Valentine’s Day Gift with flowers in a jar
Repurposed Valentine’s Day Flowers bring purple brilliance to the table
DIY Heart Pockets for Valentine’s Day

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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