10 Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner you may be looking for some cute crafts to do with the kids.  We’ve rounded up 10 simple craft ideas.   Many of these Valentine’s Day crafts for kids use household items and can be given away as adorable gifts to classmates, teachers, friends or family members.

10 Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids

Valentine’s Day Mailbox

  •  Try a Valentine’s Day Mailbox from AllKidsNetwork.com to help your child easily collect all their Valentine’s cards. Decorations can be substituted for any age.

 

 

Valentine's Butterfly

  • Though this window cling needs a few materials, the end result is entertaining. You can use heart templates as shown, or let your child’s imagination run wild. This fun project is from the BabbleKids blog.

window clings

  • Here is a great project from WhipUp.com that kids can do together. They can give them as gifts, or make friendship bracelets!
  • Valentine Friendship Bracelet
  • Preschool Crafts for Kids offers two different ways to make a Valentine’s keepsake.

Valentine’s keepsake hand print hearts

  • One of my favorites is the Melted Crayon Canvas. More adult supervision is required for this project than the others, but it is so easy and fun to pick out the different crayon colors with your child! ComeTogetherKids.com gives great instructions.Melted Crayon Canvas
  • Camouflage Valentine’s Day card Spoonful.com offers a great alternative for boys who don’t like all the pink that comes with this holiday.

A Camouflage Valentine’s Day card is the perfect way to keep him in the spirit.

 

 

 

 

Stained Glass Hearts

  • Stained Glass art is always in season. The blog Read it again, mom! shows you how to make these pretty hearts.

 

 

 

  •  If you don’t want to toss all your child’s Valentine’s Day cards away, but don’t want them strewn around the house either, try this easy craft from the blog Choosing Today.

valcard

makecard

  • Having children make their own Valentine’s Day cards is an easy way to get them excited about crafts – they can give them to their classmates or grandparents. Babyzone.com offers one take on this project.

 

 

 

We hope you and your children enjoy these crafts! Please feel free to share your creations on our facebook page!

Comments

  1. I just saw this… thank you for including me in your post! I am excited to try a few, especially the window clings! Happy Valentine’s Day to you!

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