Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get crafty with the kids. There are so many super cute Valentine’s Day crafts for kids which are fun and easy to do, and let’s face it…this year we need all the distraction we can get!
If you’re looking for Valentine’s Day crafts for kids then you have come to the right place! Here we round up a list of the best ideas for Valentine’s Day crafts for kids to spread the love with this Valentine’s Day. PLUS, we have the chance to win a special luxury Valentine’s Hamper from Buy A Gift below as our gift to you this Valentine’s Day….
Fun Valentine’s Day crafts for kids
Fingerprint Heart Keepsake
The perfect kid-made gift for Valentine’s Day. Made with air-drying clay, this is a really easy and cute activity for children as young as toddlers to do. See the tutorial from The Gingerbread House here.
Heart Wall Hanging
A lovely a wall hanging decoration/mobile which can be kept in place all year round and looks wonderful in a child’s bedroom. See the tutorial from Emmy’s Mummy here.
Pipe Cleaner Beading Heart
If your kids enjoy threading beads then they will love this activity which involves making a sweet heart ornament out of pipe cleaners, beads and ribbons. See the tutorial from In The Playroom.
Heart bird feeders
Another great use for pipe cleaners, but this time one that gives back to nature by threading cereal hoops on it! See the tutorial from Berkshire Mummies.
Chocolate Heart Lollies
What is Valentine’s Day without some chocolate in the mix? Chocolate Heart Lollies are a super sweet gift to make for Valentine’s Day and always a crowd pleaser! See the tutorial from Berkshire Mummies.
OK so origami does require a bit of patience so this one is probably better suited to older kids. This project would work well as something for the kids to make for Daddy, or perhaps even for you! See the tutorial from Kiddy Charts.
Doily Heart Decoration
This is a really simple craft you can do with or without children that looks lovely hanging in the window. You can either paint the doily black but or leave it white for a lace-like effect. See the tutorial from Midwife and Life.
Which of the above Valentine’s Day crafts for kids do you think you’ll give a try this year?
And if you’re looking for more creative ideas for this Valentine’s Day why not check out our post on how to put together a Valentine’s Day photobook.
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