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Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas

Today we bring you lots and lots of Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas! We hope you and your children find some you love. We sure did! Thank you to all of our blogging friends who have shared such fun and creative ideas with us!!

Torn & Sewn Paper Hearts Valentine TutorialIt’s very easy to make these beautiful Torn & Sewn Paper Heart Valentines. You need very few materials so it’s quite cost effective. They’re so simple that children can make them too! They are the perfect project to introduce sewing stitches.

 

Inkblot ValentinesThese can be very messy but are a very fun activity for you to do with your kids.

 

DIY Valentines by Kids

This is the most fun DIY Valentines by kids that we have made so far. Take a look at this tutorial so you can make some with your kids. They are fantastic, creative and super easy to make.

Paper Roll Heart Mouse Craft for Kids

One thing my boys look forward to playing and crafting with on Valentine’s Day is heart stickers. They go through several bags and still don’t get enough of them. This is where my inspiration for the paper roll heart mouse craft came from.

 

Play Dough Valentines

You can’t go wrong with play dough, beads and cookie cutters, right? They are perfect for a classroom Valentine’s party especially if you’re looking for non-candy treat ideas.

 

Kid Made Valentine Decoration

This craft is a nice way of using scrap cardboard and the outcome can be used as decoration. A kid made Valentine decoration to proudly display over the fireplace.

 

Jesus Loves Me Valentines Day Craft

Today, as we head into Valentine’s weekend, here is a fun little craft you can do with your preschooler. It’s a quick and easy last-minute idea that leaves your kids with a BIG message.

 

Heart Friendship Bracelets Tutorial

These adorable heart friendship bracelets are so simple to make – plus they’re adjustable!

 

Mosaic Heart Magnet Craft

This mosaic heart magnet craft is super easy and inexpensive to make, and the result is impressive!

 

Toilet Paper Roll Stamping Valentine’s Day Craft for Kids

Tutorial for making cards or art for Valentine’s Day using toilet paper rolls.

 

Valentine Cards for Preschool Class

Cute Valentines for young children to make.

 

Fingerprint Heart Garland Photo Frame

I do love a good keepsake gift, and this fingerprint heart garland photo frame is exactly that!

 

Kids Craft: Foam Stickers Heart Mosaic

This craft activity is great for learning shapes and colors while practicing fine motor skills .

 

DIY Heart Stamp Art for Kids

Tutorial for showing how to use clothespins to help kids make Valentine’s art, cards for others, and murals.

 

Valentine Photo Lollipop Card Idea: Turn Your Picture into a Cute 3-D Treat

Cute ideas for using your own photos to make Valentine lollipop cards!

 

Handprint Valentine Heart Tree

This is a cute and easy Valentine’s Day craft using your child’s hand print.

 

Valentine Love Bugs Tutorial

Valentine Love Bugs make for a fun kids craft. They will have so much fun creating these little guys.

 

Fingerprint Heart Frame: Easy Valentine’s Craft for Kids

This fingerprint heart frame is the perfect way to let little ones play with paint while creating their own Valentine’s craft!

 

Valentines Day Heart Fingerprint Tree Craft

This Valentines Day Heart Fingerprint Tree is perfect both for kids and kids at heart. It’s super easy to make and it looks lovely

 

DIY Paper Plate Love Bug | Valentine’s DayThis tutorial shows you step-by-step how to make cute paper plate love bugs for Valentine’s Day.

 

Watercolour and Glue Resist Heart PaintingToday we’ve swapped our white crayons and oil pastels with a hot glue gun to create this amazing Watercolour and Glue Resist Heart Painting.

 

“You Warm My Heart” Valentine’s Day CraftThis is a cute and simple Valentine’s Day craft using mason jars.

 

Valentine’s Day Printmaking Craft with Pipe CleanersThis simple printmaking craft is simple to put together and is a fun last minute craft for kids.

 

Heart Suncatcher Valentine’s Day CraftThese heart suncatchers used to be one of my favorite Valentine’s Day crafts back in my daycare center days! They are a super simple craft for kids to do and are versatile enough for preschoolers and toddlers alike.

 

Simple Heart Craft for Preschooler

I love using recyclables, and decided to use corrugated cardboard for this simple heart craft for preschoolers.

Charming Valentine’s Day Owl CraftMy daughter is obsessed with owls and absolutely adores this paper plate Valentine’s Day owl craft! Pair it with one of the owl-dorable books listed below to make craft time even more fun!

 

Easy Kids Valentine’s Day NecklacesThese Easy Valentine’s Day Necklaces make adorable classroom valentines or even a fun project for a class party!

 

Salt Dough Valentines | Spin Art Heart MagnetsThese salt dough valentines are unique, bright, and colorful. They cost almost nothing to make and they are useful and pretty, too!

 

Handmade Love Bug Lollipop ValentinesThese handmade love bug lollipop valentines are a wonderful treat to hand out and even more fun to make.

 

Adorable Love Bugs Valentine CraftEven the most avid insect hater has got to love these bugs and this love bugs valentine craft!

 

Easy Valentine Craft for the Non-Crafty!Even if you’re “non-crafty,” you’ll be able to create this easy Valentine’s Day craft with your kids!

 

Super Cute Paper Heart Valentine CraftThis cute little project is just a simple heart paper chain, but with a little imagination, you won’t believe what kids will come up with.

 

About the author

Wendy

Wendy is one of the owners of Hip Homeschool Moms, Only Passionate Curiosity, Homeschool Road Trips, Love These Recipes, and Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. She married her high school sweetheart, Scott, 30 years ago, and they live in the South. Hannah, age 26, has autism and was the first homeschool graduate in the family. Noah, age 24, was the second homeschool graduate and the first to leave the nest. Mary Grace, age 18, is the most recent homeschool graduate. Wendy loves working out and teaching Training for Warriors classes at her local gym. She also enjoys learning along with her family, educational travel, reading, and writing, and she attempts to grow an herb garden every summer with limited success.

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