Are you looking for Valentine Crafts for Kids?
You are in the right place! With Valentine’s Day approaching, it’s a great time to plan ahead and start gathering the supplies you’ll need to create the Valentine’s Day crafts that you see below.
Kids love creating crafts. As a mom, I always encourage spending quality time with your kids to create crafts together. The process is fun as well as seeing the final products. Many products can be saved and displayed during Valentine’s Day for years to come!
Before I share the list of Valentine crafts below, I wanted to round up a few of the supplies you’ll want to have on hand to make some of these crafts.
You may already have the supplies in your art bins, but you’ll want to add others to your list. Keep in mind that you can get creative and put your own spin on a few of these crafts, or just make something up as you go!
- conversation heart candy
- pink baker’s twine
- clear treat bags
- white cardstock
- red glitter glue
- Valentine tissue paper
- heart shaped stickers
- Modge Podge gloss
- striped paper straws
15+ Valentine Crafts for Kids
Puppy Dog Popsicle Stick Craft by Mom. Wife. Busy Life.
Love Bug Popsicle Stick Craft by Mom. Wife. Busy Life.
Valentine’s Sensory Bottle for Kids by Mom. Wife. Busy Life.
Valentine’s Day Q-Tip Painting Activity by Mom. Wife. Busy Life.
Easy Photo Valentine Wreath by Simple Everyday Mom
Tic Tac Toe Valentine Cards by Mama Cheaps
Glittery Valentine Slime by Crayons and Cravings
Valentine Sun Catchers by Happiness is Homemade
Valentine Corner Bookmarks by Red Ted Art
Sparkly Red Valentine Slime by Best Toys 4 Toddlers
Spin Painted Heat Art by Projects with Kids
String Heart Art Project by Oh So Savvy Mom
Heart Wall Art by The Moments at Home
Valentine Treat Poppers by Happy Mothering
Sweet Tarts Photo Frame by Kids Activities Blog
Tissue Paper Heart Wreath by Happiness is Homemade
Mini Gumball Machines by A Moms Impression
Valentine Glass Clings by Mod Podge Rocks
Kid Made Heart Necklaces by Glue Sticks and Gum Drops
Which craft(s) above will you be making with your kids? Leave a comment below!