Here’s a list of non-lame homemade Valentine’s Day gifts for him that I came up with. I hate giving my husband gifts for Valentine’s Day because either I spend a lot of money or give him a card. And our anniversary, birthday, and Christmas. Also be sure to check out my cupcake heart picks and my heart warmers if you need a simple diy Valentines day gifts for him some simple DIY gifts to make for boyfriend or your husband.
20 Homemade Valentine’s Day Gifts For Him
- 1 20 Homemade Valentine’s Day Gifts For Him
- 1.1 Simple Origami Hearts
- 1.2 I’m Nuts About You Heart
- 1.3 52 Things I Love About You
- 1.4 Message in a Bottle
- 1.5 Secret Message in a Bottle
- 1.6 Valentine’s Day Scratch Off Tickets
- 1.7 The Way to a Man’s Heart is With Bacon
- 1.8 Speaking of Bacon … Roses
- 1.9 Speaking of Bouquets …
- 1.10 DIY Heart Boxers
- 1.11 The Perfect Match
- 1.12 The Man Cake
- 1.13 DIY Sharpie Mug for Valentine’s Day (For Him)
- 1.14 14 Days of I Love You
- 1.15 Photo Props
- 1.16 Treasure Hunt … For You
- 1.17 DIY Toiletry Bag
- 1.18 No-Bake Bourbon Balls
- 1.19 Money, Money, Money
- 1.20 Romantic Flowers on the Lawn
If you prefer to buy him a non-cheesy Valentine’s Day gift, I have a guide for that too.
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These cards are simple and understated. You can also learn to make origami love notes with this Kindle book.
This heart ornament is great for the craftsy (“mechanical”) guy.
Let’s do a game of 52 pickup.
This little bottle would be super romantic to put in his lunch box or briefcase. My husband isn’t too romantic, but I know he’d love this one!
If your main squeeze likes to do puzzles, then you could always make him a secret message in a bottle. Extra points for sexy messages.
I could see giving a bit of a lucky draw on this one.
You had me with bacon. This would be totally awesome alongside breakfast in bed or a cup of Joe. (Have you ever tried bacon on top of cupcakes? I might do that!)
A little more complicated but a nice twist on the whole flower thing.
You could give him one that he would really like. To drink. Because nothing says I love you better than alcohol. A couple of years ago, I gave my husband a dozen “roses” for our anniversary. He told me that was the best present ever. (The “roses” were his favorite beer.)
I love this match glass set. Perfect for sitting by the firepit or cooking up some steaks on the grill.
Who said cakes had to be for babies and weddings? This is by far the best one that I’ve seen yet. (Remember my “roses”?)
The mug is by far the best part of this gift, especially if you tell him why you love him so much. Great for people with steady hands, a.k.a. not me.
Why not give him 14 Valentines instead of just one?
This is an awesome idea … for your snaps or your instas … or if you have a funky photo booth near you.
A totally cool treasure hunt. Just make sure you are somewhere comfy, just in case he takes a while.
My husband likes to travel …
to the gymfor golfing trips. (We now have a huge home gym.) So this would be nifty for him.
For those of us who cannot bake (me), here are some no-bake goodies that he will love.
Money is a fun gift. Wrap it up with a heart.
This idea is pretty nifty (although cold in February). (Does grass even grow in February? I’ll have to ask my husband.) Also fun to do in the sand, if you live near the beach or have a sand box. I’m imagining hearts in my Zen-garden …
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