20 Heartfelt Valentine's Day Gifts for Under $20

These are the go-to, easy DIY gifts for Valentine's this year.

By Hometalk Highlights

Turn a Coke Bottle Into A Hershey Kiss

These are so yummy, and they look pretty, your Valentine will love it.

Carve messages into rocks

Leave a lasting message for your Valentine with this idea.

Shape salt dough into thumbprint hearts

These little hearts are so adorable and sentimental.

Etch a fun message onto big cup

All you need is a big cup, a stencil, and a sharpie to make this gift.

Turn paper towel rolls into mini albums

Add your favorite pictures for a very sentimental gift.

Or make a puzzle piece picture frame

Cut out some pieces out of cardboard and decorate your frame in an adorable way.

Fill a box with small gifts

These jars filled with body scrub, love notes, and candy make the perfect gift.

Drill love messages into tin can lanterns

They’ll glow with your love.

Turn pictures of your loved ones into tiles

Mod podge your favorite pictures onto tiles for cute coasters.

Place a secret note into salt clay hearts

Specifically for your loved one, this gives them a message no one else can read.

Decorate a dish towel with a message

Glue on felted letters, or color them with fabric markers for a cute towel they’ll use over and over.

Turn a soda bottle into a heart gift box

Fill it with candy or whatever you want. It’ll look good no matter what.

Decorate your throw pillows with hearts

They’ll love snuggling with this pillow all the time.

Give them a “hooked on you” candy box

Fill it with their favorite gummy worms and fish for an adorable and yummy gift.

Make rose petal glycerin soap

It smells yummy and is the perfect gift for Valentine’s.

Or make a colorful sugar scrub

Perfect for that person who loves spas.

Stain some wood into fun scrabble coasters

Use a stain marker and letter stickers for a great and adorable gift.

Gift them homemade beeswax candles

A chic but cheap gift that’s easy to make.

Make your own truffle bath melts

These look so good, we’re tempted to eat them.

Cut out paint chips and frame them

This little piece of artwork is adorable and so easy to make.