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Valentine's Day

Valentines Day Love Jar In Many Languages

Valentines Day love jar: I made this as a way to tell my husband I love him in a new way. I wanted to be a little extra special, so I told him I love him in every language I could find. Of course, I’m certain I didn’t manage to find every language but there were plenty. Love is such a strange thing, how exactly does one tell someone the depth of their love?

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Valentine's Day Love Jar

Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote:

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height
My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight
For the ends of Being and ideal Grace.
I love thee to the level of every day’s
Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.
I love thee freely, as men strive for right;
I love thee purely, as they turn from praise,
I love thee with the passion put to use
In my old griefs, and with my childhood’s faith.
I love thee with a love I seemed to lose
With my lost saints -I love thee with the breath,
Smiles, tears, of all my life! -and, if God choose,
I shall but love thee better after death.
While I am not personally talented in writing poetry, I can do crafty so I made this Valentines Day Love Jar for him. Though I didn’t count them, I think I got the point across. I wanted to tell my husband how much I loved him for Valentine’s Day, so I did, or at least I told him in more languages than I even knew existed!
The craft is completely simple but it gets the point across. I took a glass jar (I use old ones but you can buy them at craft stores if you like or upcycle one!) and used my Cricut machine to cut out little hearts.  I then wrote on every heart ‘I Love You’ in a different language and wrote what language it was underneath.
If you don’t have a Cricut and are waiting on yours to come in (because you just purchased yours from my affiliate link above, I’d call that a shameless plug but in reality it’s more an attempt at destitute desperation), you could just get a bag of paper hearts from Dollar Tree or a craft store.
These are a few of the hearts.  I used Pink, Red, and White card stock.  In order to fit them in the jar, I had to fold the hearts, but it turned out very well.  Here is a link so that you can save time from looking up all of the different languages.


I am Cherokee, and that language is not at all on the list. There aren’t a whole lot of Native American tribal languages at all on the list. So, below I am showing you how to write I love you in Cherokee syllabary and how to spell it in English so that your Valentines Day Love Jar can include the language of my people.

Cherokee:  ᎬᎨᏳᎢ  Gvgeyui


Hi all! My name is Kaycee. I am now learning to navigate life as a single woman. Turns out, it's not all about husband and children. Who knew? So, I'm on a journey of self discovery. I have 5 children, 3 of which are married, 5 2 are in Heaven (my beautiful baby Acadia Reign and my Diva Princess Tara Elizabeth), and 7 grandchildren! Plus, a ton of fabulous nieces and nephews! My educational background is in Psychology and Child Development but my heart is in ministry, crafts, fun, reviews and my website, My Crafty Zoo. Or at least it was, now I'm learning who I really am, beneath all of the busy family life. It's an adventure to be sure. I look forward to continuing to share my life through word and pictures with you and love hearing your feedback! Thank you for taking the time to read and allowing me to share! I look forward to reading your comments!

14 thoughts on “Valentines Day Love Jar In Many Languages

  • This is so special. Thanks for sharing the idea, and especially for sharing the Cherokee with us. There is such a lack, sadly of Native American languages for the non-Native person available. And the idea of the love jar is great not just for Valentines Day. I think it could also be used a a source of praise and love affirmations for a child, on a daily basis. You have such a good idea here, thanks!

  • this is one great idea indeed, Kaycee. There are many ways of saying I love you and for sure, this jar will be full of love

    • Hey Indah! Thanks for stopping by! I’m glad you liked it! We still have the jar, years later. Sometimes I spread the hearts out like rose petals for decoration. All the love! haha

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  • Hi, I’m visiting from the Blog Bash! I love this idea!

    Rachel @ TheSingingSparrow.com

  • Thanks MyR!!! I loved your blog! It was so cute! I’m new to blogging, but scrapping is my game! LOL. I know what you mean about being addicted! I am so there! My hubby is teasing me about it, but I never listen to him anyway. *jk* LOL

  • Cute! I’m glad you’ve checked out my blog and are enjoying the blogging world. I’ve been blogging for awhile but finally decided to put some of my crafts up after having a friend hound me about it. You’ll get addicted. Good luck!

  • Thanks so much ladies!!! I really enjoyed doing it!

  • What a fantastic idea!! This is really, cute! Thanks for playing with us at BBTB2.

  • What a fantastic project ! I think it is awesome how you found all the languages for ‘LOVE’ and included them on the hearts ! Thank you for joining us at BBTB2 this week !
    Hugs – Lori

  • What a great idea, I’m sure you Hubby will absolutely Love it! And what a great way to re-cycle! Thanks for joining us this week at BBTB2!
    ((Hugs)) Theresa


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