12 Valentine’s Day Crafts For Kids

12 simple and fun Valentine's Day crafts for kids

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Valentine’s Day will be here soon! If you’re looking for some fun Valentine’s Day crafts for kids, I’ve rounded up some great ideas to help inspire you. The kids will love to help with these fun projects!

12 Valentine’s Day Crafts For Kids

1. Jump on the slime bandwagon, but with a little Valentine’s Day twist!

Valentine's Day slime

If your kid LOVES slime, this is the perfect Valentine’s Day craft for them! Jazz up plain slime with some fun confetti for a simple Valentine’s Day twist.

See the full instructions on Burlap + Blue.

2. How adorable are these little cuties?!

Valentine's Day Hershey's Kisses mice

Make these cute little mice with two Hershey’s Kisses and some googly eyes. The kids will love helping with these!

See the full instructions on Practically Functional.

3. This craft is both fun and edible!

Edible Valentine's Day bracelets

These little bracelets are fun to make and fun to eat! Give them as gifts for classmates, or just make a few for yourself as a special treat.

See the full instructions on Lolly Jane.

4. Recycle paper tubes into adorable love bugs!

Paper tube love bugs

These little love bugs are so cute, and so simple to make! All you need is a paper tube and a few supplies, and you can let your kids decorate to their heart’s content!

See the full instructions on Red Ted Art.

5. Turn hand prints into adorable Valentine’s Day art!

Valentine's Day handprint bouquet

The kids will love helping with this cute craft; who doesn’t love getting paint all over their hands?! And it makes the perfect grandparent gift.

See the full instructions on Nanny SheCanDo.

6. Turn pom poms into cute little monsters for Valentine’s Day

Pom pom Valentine's Day love bugs

Kids will love helping to make pom poms and turn them into adorable monsters with googly eyes and heart antennae!

See the full instructions on Practically Functional.

7. Make your own window clings with just two ingredients!

Easy Valentine's Day window clings

These cute Valentine’s Day window clings are made with just two ingredients: Mod Podge and craft paint. And they’re both non-toxic, so it’s a great one for the kids to help with!

See the full instructions on Mod Podge Rocks!.

8. Cute, fun, AND functional!

Valentine's Day bird feeders

Attract little birdies to your yard with these sweet Valentine’s Day bird feeders! The kids will love to help make them, and love watching the birds out in the yard!

See the full instructions on Wine & Glue.

9. This cute little monster is the perfect place to hold your valentines!

Valentine's Day tissue box monster

Decorate an empty tissue box to make an adorable love monster, just ready to eat up those sweet love notes!

See the full instructions on Giggles Galore.

10. Go green with recycled seed paper hearts!

Valentine's Day DIY seed paper

Making seed paper is such a fun craft; the kids will love ripping up paper to make the base. And there an adorable free printable you can use to hand these cute valentines out to classmates!

See the full instructions on JaMonkey.

11. Make Valentines keepsakes with your kids’ fingerprints!

Valentine's Day thumbprint keepsake

Your kids will love smushing their fingers into the soft clay, and then “finger painting” the finished ornament!

See the full instructions on Mum In The Madhouse.

12. Recreate the iconic LOVE sculpture with finger paint!

Valentine's Day love sculpture fingerprint art

Use simple cardboard stencils to help your kids create gorgeous art with crisp, clean lines!

See the full instructions on Momista Beginnings.

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Jessi Wohlwend

I believe that anyone can do crafts and DIY projects, regardless of skill or experience. I love sharing simple craft ideas, step by step DIY project tutorials, cleaning hacks, and other tips and tricks all with one goal in mind: giving you the tools you need to “do it yourself”, complete fun projects, and make awesome things!

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  1. Amy Anderson says

    6 years ago

    Thank you so much for including my project! This is a great collection!

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