These Valentine’s day crafts for kids make great gifts and decorations.
I love a good craft project with a child of any age. Toddlers seem so inquisitive at the idea of getting to touch different textures. School-age children delight in the idea of being allowed to make a mess and older children want their project to look just like yours. This list contains 15 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids in different age groups as well as crafts for all age groups. Many are low-cost and perfect for classroom projects.
Valentine’s Day is a perfect time for crafts. In many parts of the country, it is still too cold to head outside for long and since Valentine’s Day has largely been about fun paper gifts to give your loved ones, it has a craft theme to it already. There are so many crafts you can make that will decorate your home, give as a gift, and warm hearts. They say the best gifts are those that are made with love, thought and care- and of course a little imagination and glitter!
So whether you are making gifts for your child to give to others or just spending some quality time showing them how much you care, here are some crafts that you can do with the little cupids in your life.
15 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids
Heart Paper Chain – Juggling Act Mama
Conversation Heart Picture Frames – Happiness is Homemade
Candy Kabobs – Thrifty Northwest Mom
Repurposed Wine Cork Heart Stamps – Premeditated Leftovers
Mosaic Heart Craft – Crafts By Amanda
Button Votive Candle Holder – Mod Podge Rocks
Heart Mobile – Dollar Store Mom
Heart Shaped Crayons – This Mommy Saves Money
“Love Blooms” Paper Craft – The Creative Goddess
Easy Heart Sun-catcher – Happiness is Homemade
DIY Valentine’s Day Ear Muffs – Premeditated Leftovers
Wax Paper Crayon Hearts – I am That Lady
Toddler Handprint Heart Painting – Songbirds and Buttons
Valentine’s Day Bracelets – Mom on Time Out
Valentine’s Heart Hair Clip – Hi, It’s Jilly
Yarn Hearts – A Bird and a Bean
Family Valentine’s Day Heart Love Trees – One Creative Mommy
More Valentine’s Activities for Kids:
What will you be making with your kids this Valentine’s day? Do you have any other plans? I would love to hear about them!