Another year has come and gone of fantastic Valentine’s Day cards and crafts submitted by some extremely talented crafters. Our #MyPSValentine sweepstakes generated tons of submissions and we picked four winners and one grand prize winner on Valentine’s Day. Take a look at some of our favorite Valentine moments below!
This Year’s Winners
Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be stressful, and yet every year, we build it up to be a day of anxiety. This year, we’ve created the ultimate gift guide for that special someone in your life, so you can focus on celebrating and strengthening your relationship, instead of worrying over a gift!
Shopping for Him for Valentine’s Day can be a daunting task – We walk into stores with a clear vision of what we want to get and then are overwhelmed with all of the options. Not this year, though! We’ve created the ultimate gift guide for that special someone in your life, whether he’s a foodie or a outdoorsman. Read More
A few weeks ago, a group of Chicago tweens joined us in our offices for a fun day of crafting Valentines! We were blown away by their creativity and their ability to make crafting a social, yet personal, experience.
Who doesn’t yearn for the blissful elementary school days when Valentines were passed out and candy grams were delivered? Kids love having the opportunity to give their friends little cards and candies (as well as getting them in return).
When the classroom Valentine’s party looms near, make sure your child is ready with cute and crafty Valentines. Here are our top 8 DIY kits that will make sending love to friends extra special. Your child will have a blast personalizing these cards for all their school yard pals. Read More
We want to start this year off right by committing to a resolution that is sweet and simple. At Paper Source, we want to strive to make little changes to share love and kindness everyday. As a part of our #PSBeeKind Campaign, we believe that simple acts of kindness and a little bit of sweetness can go a long way!
DIY Moments: Vol. 17 No. 1
Spreading love and kindness this Valentine’s is what we’re all about this year. There’s no better way to spread love than creating an adorable fringed-out and pompom-bordered Valentine’s Day card mailbox! This mailbox is the perfect gift for your sweetie (fill it with love notes and treats) or for your kids to take to school.
From January 19th through Valentine’s Day on February 14th Paper Source fans tagged images of how they showed their love using Paper Source products with #MyPSValentine. There were so many beautiful submissions, and we wanted to share the winners and our other favorites with you!
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching this weekend. Whether you’ve been planning for weeks or you’re still scrambling for a perfect night with your sweetie, check out our top picks for last minute gifts, fun date ideas, and favorite love songs.
Since Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday this year, I am planning the ultimate date night in. And yes, you read that right…I’m planning Valentine’s Day this year.
Ladies, we have to admit that we set our Valentine’s Day expectations a little high.
Sometimes, they’re met or even surpassed. Other times, we’re left wondering where the disconnect was. Either way, there’s a lot of pressure on our partners to create a great date, and this year, I am taking the pressure off of my husband and preparing a date just for him:
A Valentine’s Day Date Night In
When I thought about what the perfect date night in would look like for my husband, I thought about a few of his favorite things, and tops of the list is a good beer. Admittedly, I am not a huge beer drinker, but for this sweet holiday, I can make an exception.
I also knew that a great date night in couldn’t stop with beer…we had to eat, too! And that’s when it came to me: we love charcuterie platters when we go out to dinner, and while typically paired with wine, who says you can’t pair beer with cheese? Finally, we would need a little entertainment, and for that, we’ll be relying on good old Netflix (complete with candy, of course). After all, the couple that presses play together, stays together.