Valentine’s Day Kid’s Crafts Roundup
15 easy peasy Valentine crafts! These Valentine’s Day kid’s crafts will inspire you to do all the creative things with your little people this month! Look no further for your new favorite Valentine’s Day crafts for kids!
One of my favorite things is when Caleb will come over to me and ask if we can do a craft project. Seeing his little mind work out how to create a masterpiece and witnessing how proud he is to show off his creation brings me joy. Problem is… I’m not very creative when it comes to coming up with themed projects on the fly.
I know a lot of other mamas out there are just like me so I thought I’d reach out to a few other bloggers and get fifteen Valentine’s Day crafts for kids organized in one super simple location! No more scrambling to find a craft idea for your littles. With these for easy-peasy Valentine’s Day crafts you’re bound to find one that works! Don’t worry, I’ve got you, girl! 😉
Valentine’s Day Kid’s Crafts
I always always always save my toilet paper rolls when they’re out of toilet paper. Crafts like this one are the reason why. How perfect is it to be able to let your kiddo decorate a roll of toilet paper and be able to use it as a little Valentine’s Day gift box for loved ones!
This craft idea is aimed more at the littlest ones in your life – the ones who can’t really do crafts on their own. What grandparent, godparent, aunt, uncle, or friend wouldn’t love to get a Valentine’s Day card with your little person’s footprint turned into a lovebug? A Valentine’s Day craft for kids that’s basically the definition of adorable right here!
Decorating your house doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult. Scraps of paper, staples, and a bit of time is all it takes to make a piece of decor that will be fun to show off all season long!
Popcorn garlands aren’t just for decorating your Christmas tree! Add in pinks and reds and popcorn garlands are an adorable addition to your Valentine’s Day decorations! This Valentine’s Day kid’s craft allows your kiddos to take a little ownership of the decor in your home! How fun!
Who doesn’t love taking baths with yummy smelling bath bombs? I can’t be the only one who adores them! How fun is it to get your kiddos involved in making bath bombs for their teachers, friends, you… and even themselves!!!
I officially want a keychain that my kiddo made for me. NATE… Hint, hint… Have Caleb make me a keychain for Valentine’s Day!!!!! Let your little one pick out what word to include for each person in their lives and they’ll be over the moon!
Did anyone else grow up making things with these iron on beads? I had forgotten about them until this post was sent my way. You better believe I’m going to be finding some to make cute designs with Caleb and Josiah!
This project is great scissor work for little ones who are learning to use scissors. Hearts are perfect to work on cutting and someone will LOVE being gifted this sweet heart tree!
I’m so glad to see I’m not the only one with puzzles lying around that are missing pieces. Maybe I just need to give in and admit that the pieces are officially lost and let my boys make a cool Valentine’s Day wreath with them.
WHAT?!?!?! This little bird is A-D-O-R-A-B-L-E! The birdhouse Valentine looks tough but is actually super easy. Have your kids make this for a special grownup in their life and that grownup will be super impressed. 😉
Using different mediums to paint with is a great way to switch things up with kids. A clothespin and cotton ball put a huge spin on painting for little people! This is an easy peasy Valentine’s craft to do with all ages – including toddlers!
Valentine’s Day kids crafts do not have to be expensive! This adorable wall hanging was made from stuff found at the Dollar Store! Awesome inspiration for your own Dollar Store craft!
I love 3-D things. I love hearts. I love Valentine’s Day. I absolutely love this easy peasy Valentine craft idea. That is all.
This Valentine’s Day craft for kids is yet another use for my weird always-save-the-toilet-paper habit. This butterfly is totally adorable and a perfect Valentine’s Day craft for kids.
Show me a kid who doesn’t adore playdoh and I’ll give you a high-five. (because I’m sure there are a few out there and I don’t want to risk promising money to you all! Heehee) But, seriously, this Valentine’s Day playdoh is perfect for little people!
What are your favorite Valentine’s Day kid’s crafts?
Do you have any other easy peasy Valentine crafts to add to this list?