3 Easy Valentine Crafts for Kids

Valentine’s Day will be here soon, which means 1) the New Year is already flying by, and 2) IT’S TIME TO CRAFT! Looking for a few easy Valentine crafts for kids? We’ve got three simple favorites right here. These Valentine crafts are lots of fun to make without being messy and time-consuming. In other words, these are a win-win! Let’s check ’em out!

This first craft is so simple even a toddler can do it with mom’s help. We found this Thumbprint Valentine Craft on Crafts For All Seasons and we just knew we had to showcase it here – it’s darling and easy as pie!

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Valentine Craft 1

 

Umm … whooo thinks this owl Valentine craft is the cutest thing ever?? WE DO!

Valentine Craft 2

Owls are pretty popular as far as crafts, clothing and decor go right now, and this easy owl craft made of paper hearts is just too cute for Valentine’s Day, too! We found this on Crafty Morning—she’s got all step-by-step instructions for this one but it’s super-simple.

Last on our list of easy Valentine crafts we love is this pretty Valentine suncatcher from Moments That Take My Breath Away.

Valentine Craft 3

Tissue paper, glue, glitter—this craft is so easy and you can make it as plain or as fancy as you want! It will look beautiful catching sunlight in the window no matter what, and your little kiddo will be so proud of his or her Valentine decor. These also make a really sweet little gift for Grandma and Grandpa, too.

Those are some of our Valentine craft favorites—what will you and your kiddos be crafting together for Valentine’s Day this year?

Want more Valentine’s Day goodness? Follow Our Valentine’s Day Pinterest board!

Follow For Every Mom’s board Valentine’s Day on Pinterest.


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Jenny Rapson
Jenny Rapson is a follower of Christ, a wife and mom of three from Ohio and a freelance writer and editor. You can find her at her blog, Mommin' It Up, or follow her on Twitter.