Here's just a few things you can try (each idea has a full blog post to give you more information.)
For a gift you can consider adding buttons and stick on gems to cuff-links or, make a fake-flower sphere, decorate a photo-box, use wool and craft sticks to make ‘kiss-crosses’, add bling to a set of thrift store glasses, make felt love heart hair-clip holders, wrap gifts in tea towels (or more boyish tshirts), ice biscuits to look like froggy-prince charmings to be eaten rather than kissed, add print paper decals to gift bags, look for assorted bargain plates with matching colours, decorate a cake stand, make paper-window decorations, or for something a little more ‘fairytale-like’ try putting your (paper) heart in a bottle.
For cards you can make a circular photo-card, use the sticky tape transfer tutorial, photograph flowers and print them out as the card cover,or create 'thanks for all the sweet times’ card with lolly-pop attached.
This year, as the mother of a new-schooler, I am exhausted! I'm also helping someone design a beach-house, and as such I have NO time to craft at the moment - but - of course - I can't front up with nothing on the day... so with luck Happy Husband will get a "cheque-book" of I-O-Us with a variety of nice things we can do together over the weeks to come... it's the best way I can think of to do something... just not now!!