Monday 2/15: Gone with the Wind, Rhett Butler
Tuesday 2/16: Much Ado About Nothing, William Shakespeare
Wednesday 2/17: How Do I Love Thee? (Sonnet 43), Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thursday 2/18: When Harry Met Sally, Harry
Friday 2/19: Jane Eyre, Charlotte Brontë
Saturday 2/20: The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
Sunday 2/21: In Memoriam A. H. H. OBIIT MDCCCXXXIII: 27, Lord Alfred Tennyson
Monday 2/8: Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince
Tuesday 2/9: A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
Wednesday 2/10: Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
Thursday 2/11: William Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet
Friday 2/12: Suzanne Collins, Mockingjay
Saturday 2/13: Henry James, The Portrait Of a Lady
Sunday 2/14: Robert Burns, My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
Monday 2/1: Writer: William Goldman, The Princess Bride
Tuesday 2/2: Character: Phil Conners, Groundhog Day
Wednesday 2/3: Charles Dickens Great Expectations
Thursday 2/4: Emily Brontë Wuthering Heights
Friday 2/5: William Shakespeare Hamlet
Saturday 2/6: Character: George Bailey, It's a Wonderful Life
Sunday 2/7: W.H. Auden Stop All the Clocks
It’s not just your significant other who should get a special Valentine’s Day wish or message this
February 14. Pass thoughtful, warmhearted notes and sentiments to your friends and family members with one of these DIY Valentine’s Day cards. They are sure to warm their hearts and bring a smile to their faces. If you’re looking to get your kids involved with crafting a heartfelt card, there are lots of ideas that fill the bill.
Button Heart Photo Card: Tell your partner how much you love them by transforming a plain note card into a heartwarming photo card that's embellished with sweet buttons. To make: cut a heart shape in the front of a plain note card. Glue a photograph to the inside of the card, centering it in the opening. Glue buttons around the outline of the heart cutout.
Vegetable Watercolor Valentine's Cards: Tell them you love them with a hand -painted card and clever saying. Make a loose watercolor drawing of fruits or vegetables on the front of blank note cards and add a quippy sayings—such as "You are Rooted in My Heart," "Olive You," and "I Love you From My Head Tomatoes."
Fingerprint Heart Tree Card: Your kids will love getting a little messy making this creative card that will look so beautiful, you'll want to hang it up. Get the tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun.
Heart Confetti Cards: Use a heart-shaped hole puncher to make your own confetti hearts to sprinkle on the front of these sweet cards. Get the tutorial at Design Improvised.
Tulip in a Heart Pop-Up Card: Enlist the help of your kids to make these beautiful pop-up cards that will make any recipient smile. Get the tutorial at Easy Peasy and Fun.
Printable Pin Cards: Use these colorful pin cards to give your Valentine a sweet memento for the holiday. You can gift these to your "galentines" with some fun pins, like this blogger did. Get the tutorial at Club Crafted.
Funny Valentine's Day Cards: Show your partner that you care with a hilarious Valentine's Day card. These messages are too relatable! Get the tutorial at Landeelu.
Love Bug Valentine's Day Card: Your kids will love putting this little love bug card together and writing messages to their friends under the wings. Get the tutorial at Kid Friendly Things to Do.
Valentine's Day Necklace Cards: Add a special touch to your Valentine's Day cards by attaching a DIY necklace. Get the tutorial at Sarah Hearts.
Printable Bee My Valentine Cards: These instructions offer a few different bee-themed Valentine's Day cards, like this one with a bee pencil, as well as one with Burt's Bees lip balm. Get the tutorial at The Polka Dot Chair.
Source: Country Living Magazine by Charlyne Mattox Jan 7, 2021