Since my days of gluing paper doilies to construction paper hearts, Valentine's Day has always struck me as the most handmade of the holidays. There is just something so sweet about a lopsided heart made of simple supplies. Last year I made a knit Valentine's Day wreath, and this year I wanted to bring the love indoors. Using some cheap craft felt, I cut out hearts in two sizes. Some I layered and some I left plain to create a total of 32 hearts which I strung up on transparent thread. The base of the mobile is actually a macrame hoop (although I didn't know that when I stumbled across it at the craft store). I actually bought this for another project, but it makes a great base for a mobile. An embroidery hoop would also work well. The biggest challenge was figuring out how to hang it. That was solved by using loops of yarn to attach the hoop to the screws that hold the light cover in place. This would be a fun project with kids and you could go upscale with gorgeous wool felt or really old school with paper, doilies, and glitter. Definitely use glitter.