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Lipstick art, Oreo pops: 4 DIY YouTube videos to celebrate Valentine's Day

From cute DIY decorations to sweet gift ideas, YouTube has loads of great tips, ideas and tutorials for Valentine's Day festivities.
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From cute DIY decorations to sweet gift ideas for your valentine, YouTube has loads of great tips, ideas and tutorials for your Valentine's Day festivities. Here are four channels that are taking off and the people behind them who are building a worldwide audience for their talents.

Valentine's Day treats

Oreo cookies meet cake pops in this delicious tutorial by Hayley Williams, a university student from Virginia who started her channel just a year ago. From great ideas on how to decorate your room for the season to easy projects you can do yourself, there's something on her channel to inspire everyone!

Party poppers

Looking for a craft to do with your kids? Find fun for the whole family on the Cool School channel, a great source of ideas, fun and learning for kids. After making an art project with Crafty Carol, discover a new twist on a classic story with Ms. Booksy, or take part in a Story Circle. Cool School brings fairy tales and nursery rhymes to life, and makes learning cool with songs and activities.

DIY lipstick artwork

For a chic and easy way to decorate, this lipstick artwork is so fabulous, you’ll want to hang it around the house throughout the year! This video comes from the MissKris channel, who is also part of Kin Community, YouTube's #1 women's lifestyle network. Former celebrity fashion stylist, Kristen Turner merges taste with a budget conscious attitude on her DIY channel that shows you how to be on trend without breaking the bank. To get more genius ideas for affordable luxury check out her DIY Tulle skirt, glitter sneakers and evenhow to make a dress out of curtains.

Tie like a ninja

Men no longer have an excuse for not dressing up this Valentine’s day. The secret to quickly tying a tie comes from the YouTube channel Crazy Russian Hacker, who posts everything from science experiments to “life hacks”, quick shortcuts for everyday things that can help you to save time.