DIY Inspiration: Lover’s Eyes’ Jewelry at Miss Moss. First seen at Stay Gold here. I loved seeing this inspiration at both sites.
If you’d like to make your own DIY Lover’s Eyes’ piece, I posted this tutorial in February 2013 for Valentine’s Day jewelry from Becca Kallem for Design Sponge here using dominoes and clipart. About this jewelry I wrote:
These “Lover’s Eye” jewelry pieces have a long history - from the 18th century on. The eye on jewelry/in lockets etc… could have two meanings: simplified either I’m watching you because I love you or I’m watching you so be good.
DIY Strawberry Roses in Cream Tutorial from Salseando in the Kitchen here. I used Chrome to translate. Worth a look for the incredibly detailed tutorial and tips and tricks for recreating this romantic dessert.
truebluemeandyou: you could also put champagne on the bottom, then the cream.
DIY Polymer Clay Anatomical Heart Brooch and Necklace Tutorial from The Year of Living Fabulously.
My Bloody Valentine DIY Human Heart Pin in Polymer Clay with “Blood” Beads
My Bloody Valentine, Part Deux: the Pin.
In yesterday’s blog you saw the delightfully creepy Frida…
halloweencrafts: Check out her Frida Khalo-esque Tutorial: My Bloody Valentine DIY Human Heart & Roses Necklace in Polymer Clay.
Valentine’s Day Puzzle Card by My Dog Sighs. Another artist I follow on FB. I know I said this DIY was going to be my last Valentine’s Day post, but I like this puzzle because they are holding on to parts of each other. You could make your own version (I’m thinking of some really funny ones) using a Dollar Store blank puzzle for any holiday.