Celebrate St. Valentine’s Feast Day- And Link Up Your Ideas, Too! :-)

As promised on Catholic Icing’s facebook page, I’m hosting a St. Valentine’s Day Link up in honor of this oh-so-popular saint. That’s right- a saint! Catholics are reclaiming St. Valentine’s Day! Whoot!

First I’m going to share my past St. Valentine’s Day ideas!
I made for St. Valentine’s Day.


Last year we made some


Also check out my post on


These are my favorite- check out these


I also have a few Saint Valentine’s Day round ups from last year including making a Valentine for your sweetheart (this includes some ideas for Valentines with your vows- so cute!),  Spiritual bouquets for St. Valentine’s Day, Catholic St. Valentine’s Day Crafts, and some more St. Valentine’s Day ideas (including a coloring page and a printable from Paper Dali). And I still have more to come this year! 🙂

We’ll also be reading this St. Valentine Book. It’s a cute book, and my children and I did learn a thing or two about St. Valentine. 😉 I was actually lucky enough to find a great deal on this book a few years ago at Ross.

Now it’s your turn! What are you doing for St. Valentine’s day? How have you celebrated in the past? Link ’em up! 🙂

If adding a link, please link back to this post within your post. Feel free to use the image above, but it’s not required. Also, link straight to your Saint Valentine post, not your generic blog address.

URG! Linky Tools started charging for link ups since I posted this, and they seriously deleted the existing links! I put up a new linky below, so please put your links back up! I didn’t even get a chance to visit them all yet! :'(


  1. Thrifty and Chic Mom says

    Great ideas. Last year we made a spiritual cookie bouquet for the grandparents from my girls, it turned out cute and delicious I think we will do it again this year.

  2. Your blog is a great resource! I especially love the John 3:16 valentine. My son's scout pack is making Valentine cards for the vets at our local VA Hospital. I think we'll make a bunch of the John 3:16's one too!

    I see your Catholic Icing logo everywhere and had to check you out. I'm new to the blogging world and am happy I found it.


  3. lacy, you've outdone yourself. thanks for all these wonderful ideas, and now I get to check out the link ups too!

  4. Hi Lacy!
    I just did a blog post on a homeschool gathering we recently had and I used your ideas and those that linked up, but had to modify them a bit for our children. Anyway, thank you for all the ideas! It made my planning a lot easier and fun! Here is my post if you would like to see how I used all the great ideas:

    Thanks again Lacy for all your great resources and for all the hard work you put into providing so many fun ideas for our Catholic Faith!
    God bless!
    Tracy at "A Slice of Smith Life"

  5. Do you have a printable coloring page of St. Valentine? As you did with St. Anne? I plan on letting my kiddos color as I read to them the story of St. Valentine. I cannot find an easy to print coloring page. Thanks!


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