Your handwriting is as unique as your fingerprints but handwriting even more so, since it can reveal key details about our personalities.
In an ever digitally converted world with endless fonts and ready made things, it's refreshing to receive a handmade gift even more so, a handwritten one.
This Valentine's day try pouring your heart out on actual paper, dot your "i"s with hearts and it doesn't matter what you think of your handwriting because it's not for you but from you, by you and that's what is most special.
"Words committed to paper—your words, expressing your unique thoughts and feelings—hold the key to your loved one’s heart. Whatever your words are, don’t judge them. If they’re truly heartfelt, to someone who loves you, they’ll be counted among the most precious of gifts." - Colleen for WritingandWellness.com
Feeling inspired yet? Well it take it up a notch and give some love to mother earth while you're at it. Make your love notes / letters / gifts Eco-friendly and upcycle. Here are some ideas...
Upcycle a Deck of Cards and Give Them 52 Reasons You Love Them
Upcycle Music Sheets into Little Notebooks
DIY Hollowed Book Secret Stash / Keepsake / Gift Box
Upcycle Paper and Make Unique Cards
Turn Denim into a Journal Cover
Upcycle a Globe with a Heartfelt Message
DIY Mini Notebooks Made Out of Cereal Boxes
Embroider a Handwritten Note
DIY Family Recipes Book (Preserve and cherish all those passed down recipes handwritten by your grandmother, aunts, mother...)
Vintage Postcard Photo Journal to Share Past Memories in the Future
DIY Love Note Wrapping Paper
Upcycle a Wood Pallet and Hand-paint some lovely Wall Art
DIY His and Hers Sharpie Mugs