It’s that time of year again! Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and if you have a special someone in your life that you want to show your love for, then we have just the thing for you! These top 10 Spongebob Valentines Day ideas will get you in the mood to celebrate with all your friends and loved ones. Whether you’re looking to join in on the fun at home or simply look forward to this day with anticipation, these are the best Spongebob Valentines Day ideas around!
Free DIY Plushy
If you’re feeling crafty and want to do something with a lot of personalities, consider making your own plush toy. From patterns to kits, there are plenty of ways to get started. The DIY Plushy Project is a good place to start. Kits vary in price and range from those that let you make from scratch all by yourself (if you’re super crafty) to pre-made projects that just need some finishing touches. Don’t have time for DIY? We’ve rounded up free online games for kids that will surely make your Valentine smile! Why not send them a valentine from their favorite TV show or movie this year? There are plenty of Spongebob Valentines Day ideas in this post! Show your loved ones how much you care about them.
Why not make it extra special with a card which shows them how cute and fluffy SpongeBob can be at times? Add some candy-like chocolate hearts or red M&Ms as an extra present for added effect. What could be sweeter than free candy along with a gift on such an important day for lovers and sweethearts across America? Last but not least: Showing love on such an important day should always be done through thoughtful gestures because words alone aren’t enough to express what’s truly in your heart.
Valentine’s Box Craft
For kids, go all out with a valentine’s box craft. Using plain cardboard boxes that you can get from a shipping store, create an elaborate design for your child to draw and color on. This will let them use their imagination to create something unique and different from what most children make. Have them decorate it with glue, paint, glitter, or whatever else they want so that it truly is theirs alone. This craft also serves as a great way to talk about how much you love them even when you’re apart by putting in little trinkets and other small gifts inside it for your child. On Spongebob Valentines Day, when you pick them up from school or daycare, bring along their valentine’s box to show them just how much they mean to you.
Invite People Over to Your House
It’s easy to lose track of time on Valentine’s Day date and even easier to lose track of where you left your keys. To avoid any last-minute mishaps, take care of all your planning in advance. (No, it doesn’t make for as much fun a surprise.) Order roses from a florist ahead of time and deliver them to their house in advance. Set up breakfast in bed at a nearby hotel room—and then book yourself into that same hotel room ahead of time. Book an afternoon spa appointment; have dinner catered to your home; rent a limo. Once you get through those items, start thinking about Spongebob Valentines Day things to do with each other during and after dinner. You know what they say: The more, the merrier!
Have Breakfast in Bed
In our opinion, if you’re going to spend Valentine’s Day in bed, you might as well make it worth your while. We recommend eggs benedict for a nice breakfast in bed that won’t get cold on you before eating it. We’ve got two variations: a classic English muffin with poached egg and hollandaise sauce recipe, and an even faster version where we nix almost everything but add bacon for added flavor. Both are delicious! If you can’t have salt, opt for sweetened condensed milk (or just omit it altogether) to ensure that you don’t compromise taste.
Making cupcakes is a pretty simple activity, which means it’s great for kids. Search for some inspiration on Pinterest or YouTube and watch a few videos if you need to. You can easily do do-it-yourself with pre-made cupcake liners from any store and boxed mix from your grocery store or local bakery. Remember to decorate them with frosting and sprinkles! I think everyone has fond memories of making mud pies as children what better way to bring that fun into adulthood? This activity works best in groups, so grab your friends!
If you want to make things more elaborate, try doing it professionally. A baking class will teach you how to make beautiful desserts at home. Chocolate is another common Valentine’s Day staple, so consider learning how to make it yourself too! Some bakeries will have classes teaching students how to craft chocolate truffles or fudge. If that interests you, look for one in your area online or ask around among friends who enjoy cooking.
Do Something Together
Although it’s a common misconception that Valentine’s Day is only for couples, there are plenty of ways to celebrate without your partner. If you don’t have a significant other, you can still enjoy romantic activities like candlelit dinners and dancing under the stars. Just remember: romance doesn’t need to be couple-centric to be romantic. For single people who want to join in on Spongebob Valentines Day fun, here are some ideas for how to spend February 14th with friends (and maybe even make some new ones). Whether you want something simple or grandiose, chances are one of these ideas will fit your style. Happy Valentine’s Day!
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, why not send your special someone a bouquet of flowers to show them you care? It may seem like an obvious choice, but in reality, it can be a lot more thought-provoking than you realize. Think about it – how many people actually sit down and go through their options before getting to a florist? And how many times have we all been disappointed with our end product (I know I have!)? With thousands of flower shops out there to choose from, choosing a shop or online delivery service can be overwhelming. Luckily for you, here are some tips on what makes for a good florist shop.
Some will say Valentine’s Day is a horrible holiday. But if you think about it, why wouldn’t you want to spend time with your partner? Why wouldn’t you want to give them some kind of gift? And why not throw in some fun and games too? Going on a picnic date isn’t as ridiculous as it sounds; sure, there are couples that sit home and eat Chinese food, but there are also couples who actually go outside and enjoy nature together. Depending on where you live, planning a picnic can be a great way to work up an appetite—and then eat everything in sight.
Throw in some blanket action for good measure. It’s February 14th: Do something crazy. Or, at least try something new. Either way, stay indoors. It’ll be warm and safe either way! If you don’t have Netflix (or someone else doesn’t), grab a book or board game instead. Donuts make an excellent snack when celebrating Spongebob Valentines Day; they’re cheap, and you can get a lot more than just one!
Go on a Picnic Date
Who needs fancy dinners and expensive chocolates? Don’t worry, and you don’t have to spend a ton of money to show your special someone that you care. How about taking your significant other on a picnic? It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Grab a blanket some snacks, and watch each other laugh as you have fun outdoors. And if it rains (because February in New York City will do that), all that means is more time indoors together, snuggled up on your couch. Either way: it doesn’t get much better than spending time with someone you love on Valentine’s Day. If a picnic isn’t for you, then try one of these other Spongebob Valentines Day ideas with your S/O instead!
Watch Kids Cartoons Online
A quick and easy way to celebrate Valentine’s Day is to watch some cartoon characters in action. It’s probably not something you do every day (or ever, for that matter), but it can be a fun change of pace. On YouTube, there are plenty of free episodes from shows like Adventure Time and SpongeBob SquarePants, which make excellent background noise while you’re getting things done around your house. Oh, and if you don’t have kids, it can also be kind of enjoyable! Everyone loves a good cartoon character, and you just have to find yours.
The love day is coming soon. If you haven’t decided which Valentine idea to choose yet, here are some good suggestions for you. I hope you can find something suitable for your lover and don’t forget to tell us about it later. Happy Valentine’s Day!