Spread some love this Valentine’s Day with one of these handmade crafts, perfect for creating at home with your little one.
Even if your kids aren’t able to exchange Valentine’s in class this year, you can still celebrate the holiday at home. Get creative and spread some love with a few of these absolutely adorable Valentine’s Day crafts for kids.
1. Valentine’s Balloon Hearts
Love is in the air! Using some household supplies that you likely already have lying around, this photo card with hand drawn hearts is sure to lift someone’s spirits.
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2. Thumbprint Heart Glass Magnets
Make a miniature memory with a special heart-shaped fingerprint magnet. Start a collection of different colors to track your kid’s growth across the years… like a height chart but without the permanent marks on the wall!
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3. Paper Heart Napkin Holders
Finally, something to do with all those extra toilet paper rolls… turn them into sweet statement napkin holders and host a tea party for toddlers!
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4. Valentine’s Day Foam Slime
This cotton-candy-colored slime with sprinkles is an entertaining sensory craft to celebrate the holiday. It may look like a sticky nightmare, but fear not as the non-toxic slime mixture is safe and mess-free.
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5. Love Shack Cookie House
Did you miss the boat on this year’s holiday Gingerbread House decorating with the kids? No worries, it’s Love Shack season baby! Build this sweet little house using Pop Tarts, icing and of course, candy hearts.
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6. Valentine’s Day Paper Crown
Flower crowns are timeless, but have you ever seen a Valentine Crown? Too. Cute. Cut up some colorful paper, add a little glitter, paste it together, and crown your kid the goddess of love.
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7. Cupid’s Arrow Wall Hanging
Shoot to smooch the ones you love with this Cupid’s bow and arrow craft for kids. Keep it up for the holiday or let it linger, it’s definitely something you can use as a year-round wall decoration!
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8. Paper Fortune Cookies
Treat your kids to this tasty craft with a sweet message hidden inside… or make them for your own Galentine’s get-together. There are just so many uses for these chic paper fortune cookies.
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9. Paper Plate Pizza Valentine
Cook up a crush with this adorable paper plate pizza Valentine, which uses cut-out hearts as pepperoni to decorate a paper pizza. If you’re feeling bold… take it to the kitchen with actual ingredients and cook one up for real!
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10. Heart-Shaped Soap Bars
One thing’s for certain, you can never have enough soap these days. Craft up a batch of these soothing essential oil soap bars. Pro-tip: add some dried lavender petals for that extra oomph.
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