Celebrate The Season of Love

Valentine's Day Collection

As we shower our loved ones this Valentine's Day, don't forget the most important love of all: you! 

Our Valentine's Day collection is giving all the Self-Love Club vibes and we are here for it. Celebrate by shopping our latest patterns, grab a free wallpaper download or try your hand at DIY bath bombs. But above all, remember this season that YOU ARE LOVED!

Shop the collection

Prepare yourself for that warm and fuzzy, butterflies-in-your-stomach feeling! Shop our range of Valentine's stationery, notebooks, tumblers and more.


free downloads

February Wallpapers

Feel the love this month with our free phone and desktop wallpaper downloads. Don't forget to tag @maydesigns and show off your new set up!


$5 instant download

Self-love bucket list + compliment cards

Show yourself some love with our hand-illustrated bucket list — filled with tangible things you can do to bring joy each and every day.

And share share the love too, with our printable compliment cards — an easy and creative way to let your significant other, kiddos, Galentines and loved ones know how much they mean to you!


epsom salt conversation hearts

DIY valentine bath bombs

Create DIY bath bombs with epsom salts and essential oils for the perfect romantic night in or self care routine! These easy Valentine treats are a great non-candy alternative for the kiddos, can we get an amen, parents?! Personalize a batch of bath bombs for a bestie with all your inside jokes, bring along to a Galentine brunch as a hostess gift or even package them to send as Valentine treats for classmates at school! We tried both large and small size conversation hearts and ended up gifting one large one with a handful of small ones for the perfect combo!

conversation heart Bath Bomb instructions and diy details!


1 c. baking soda, 1/2 c. citric acid, 1/2 c. epsom salt, 1 tsp. baking soda, 1/2 c. cornstarch, 3/4 tbsp. water, 2 1/2 tbsp. almond, coconut or avocado oil, 12-15 drops essential oil and color pigment*

*be sure to use a food + soap safe color dye so it doesn't stain tub or skin

mix wet + dry ingredients

Mix together all of the dry ingredients. Add your colored pigment and whisk to combine. In a separate bowl, mix together the wet ingredients. Slowly add the web ingredients to the dry ones until it looks like wet sane - moist enough to stick together by not too wet!

Fill molds and personalize

Fill each heart mold and pack it firmly until it slightly overflows. Let the bath bombs dry for 24 hours in the mold, then take them out and enjoy! We used a food safe marker to personalized them as little conversation hearts, and then wrapped them up as gifts!