Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Perhaps it is a great opportunity to get your little ones busy with some Valentine’s Day crafts for kids. Here is a selection of 10 fun and easy DIY projects for kids that you might want to try in the following days.
This is one of the simplest Valentine’s Day crafts for kids (and parents!). You will need minimum materials and the results are just gorgeous.
2. Textured Yarn Heart Craft for Decoration by Hands on as we grow
The textured Yarn Heart Valentine’s Day Craft decoration is perfect for toddlers and younger kids. All you need is some yarn and glue.
3. Painted Heart Bag by V and CO.
Isn’t it amazing what can be accomplished with a canvas bag and some paints in jolly colors? Besides, this is one of the Valentine’s Day crafts for kids that is also great for adults!
This is one of those Valentine’s Day crafts for kids that is just perfect for those who are looking for a smart way to recycle some of those old egg cartons as well as for anybody who prefers using recycled materials in their crafts. Transform the old egg cartons into beautiful Valentines wall decor or extraordinary love greeting cards.
This DIY project for kids is perfect because your kids will be able to make very beautiful gifts to give without any special materials and very basic decoupage skills. It is suitable for kids of any age as well as toddlers and preschoolers.
6. Heart Ornament by Mamzenko
Yet another simple Valentine’s Day DIY project for kids, very suitable for toddlers and preschoolers. Create a beautiful heart ornament for a gift or themed home decor!
Recycle an old photo frame or decorate a new one – anyhow you will end up with a gorgeous, scented Valentine’s Day gift! The project is fairly simple however some supervision is required.
I hope that you will love at least one of the 7 Valentine’s Day crafts for kids listed above. I will be trying at least a couple of these DIY projects for kid. As always, I would be very happy to receive your comments, ideas and suggestions and even pictures of how the projects you decided to try turned out 😉