DIY paper weight can be a great Valentine’s gift for him and for her. It’s useful yet decorative. A Valentine DIY gift would be more meaningful and cost you less. My DIY Valentine’s Gift Paper Weight is a wonderful idea for those who doesn’t know what to gift her partner with something Valentine but not girly pink. Plus, it is so easy to make.
My DIY Valentine’s Gift Paper Weight is in black, a little gold and sparkling red look; fit for him or for her. It does look mature and has sophisticated colors. Therefor, your loved one can use it on his or her office and always remembers you. Don’t you like that?! Scroll more to see how I made it so easy.
Things To Prepare
Actually this is my upcycled project; I used my previous Pumpkin Place Card and re-purpose it as a Valentine Paper Weight. So, upcycling project doesn’t have to be always using old materials or things, but you can also re-purposing your own old project and turn it into new DIY. But I will still explain to you from scratch on how I made the paper weight. For more details, here are the list of the things I used for my DIY Valentine‘s Gift Paper Weight:
- Ice sticks
- Wood glue
- Black paint
- Gold paint
- Red sparkling pipe cleaner (or any other color of your favorite)
How To Make
It is a simple and super easy DIY Valentine you can give him or her. You can use different color of pipe cleaner that you know your Valentine would love. Let me share the step by step on how I made my Valentine’s Gift from re-purposing my old Thanksgiving project :
1.Gather a handful of popsicle and tie it with rubber band. For smaller pumpkin, cut the popsicle into two.
2.Apply some wood glue on top and bottom of the popsicle pumpkin and let it sit for while until it’s dry.
3.Paint the undone paper weight with black paint. Let it dry.
4.Paint upper and below side with gold paint. Let it dry.
5.Take a red sparkling pipe cleaner and tilt it around the paper weight with the shape of a heart on top. And your Valentine’s gift is done!
It is super quick and super easy to make. Be creative by adding some personal decoration to the paper weight, maybe some initials or symbol on the Valentine paper weight. So, what are you waiting for? You still have a week to try this DIY Valentine’s Gift Paper Weight. Happy crafting!
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