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Valentine's Crafts for Kids
Valentine’s Day Craft #1: Handprint Flowers
It isn’t quite time yet for April showers or May flowers but you can make your own bouquet with these adorable handprint flowers from Nanny She Can Do. If you’re looking for a unique twist on this homemade craft for kids, or you have young children you don’t trust with fingerpaint, try making footprint flower!
Valentine’s Day Craft #2: Rainbow Heart Suncatchers
Brighten up the gloomy winter days with one of these brightly colored suncatchers. Not only will they liven up the space, but everytime you look at them you will think of the time you spent making them with your favorite Valentines. Fireflies and Mudpies has a tutorial of how to make these easy Valentine’s suncatchers in only five steps.
Valentine’s Day Craft #3: Heart Dog Craft
We can’t get over how cute this Valentine’s Day craft for kids is. Perfect for the animal lover in your life, this craft is surprisingly easy to make thanks to these instructions from Crafty Morning.
Valentine’s Day Craft #4: Paint Swatch Bookmarks
This homemade craft is not only cute and easy to make, but everyone from your child’s classmates to Grandma will love (and actually use) this Valentine. All you need to make this craft from Trina’s Day are some paint swatches from your local hardware store, a heart shaped hole punch, and a ribbon to top it off.
Valentine’s Day Craft #5: Hole Punched Hearts
This craft from No Time For Flash Cards is perfect for kids of all ages, and the best part is that you probably have everything you need already. Simply cut hearts out from paper (scrap paper would be perfect for this), and punch holes into the hearts. Then string a ribbon through a hole and hang from the ceiling, a window, or anywhere else you would like to show off your handiwork.
Valentine’s Day Craft #6: Nail Heart Art
This Valentine’s Day craft from Green Wedding Shoes is going to take a little bit more planning ahead, but the extra work is well worth it. After you have nailed an outline of a heart into a piece of wood you can let your child go wild with a spool of string creating this piece of artwork. You’ll receive tons of compliments on this cute Valentine’s Day craft, and even more when people find out who the artist is!
Valentine’s Day Craft #7: Windsock
Add some color to your yard with this homemade tin can windsock from Non Toy Gifts. Whether you decide to hang this Valentine’s Day craft from a tree in your backyard, next to the door, or keep it inside, this windsock is sure to brighten your day and the dreary winter landscape.
Valentine’s Day Craft #8: Heart Mason Jars
These Valentine heart mason jars from Mason Jar Crafts Love are such a cute craft to do with your kids and can be customized in so many ways. When they’re finished your child can put her school Valentine’s inside, you can use as a vase for fresh flowers, and so much more
Valentine’s Day Craft #9: Pizza Paper Plate
This Valentine’s Day craft idea from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary is sure to be a hit—who doesn’t love pizza? Even if it’s not on the menu this holiday, this fun and affordable Valentine’s Day craft is sure to be a hit, no matter which way you slice it.
Valentine’s Day Craft #10: Googly-Eyed Heart
This heart craft is sure to be a hit with your little one’s when they see just how silly it is. Find the full instructions from The Resourceful Mama where she breaks down the process into 4 easy steps!