Kid’s Valentine Crafts

01.31.10

  /></a></p> <p>Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! I have always found valentine’s so much fun.  As a kid I enjoyed getting the craft paper, scissors, markers, glitter, and stickers out to make homemade valentines for my parents and best friends.   </p> <p>Are you out of ideas for ways to make Valentine’s with your kids?  Here are just a few ideas I found that I thought I would share.  Great activities for those rainy or some case snowy days inside.  So gather your craft paper, scissors, glitter and get to crafting.  These are sure ways to have fun making Valentine’s with your kids.  If you’re not into crafting <a href=

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! I have always found valentine’s so much fun.  As a kid I enjoyed getting the craft paper, scissors, markers, glitter, and stickers out to make homemade valentines for my parents and best friends.   
Are you out of ideas for ways to make Valentine’s with your kids?  Here are just a few ideas I found that I thought I would share.  Great activities for those rainy or some case snowy days inside.  So gather your craft paper, scissors, glitter and get to crafting.  These are sure ways to have fun making Valentine’s with your kids.  If you’re not into crafting Paper Source also has premade valentine’s that are really cute.

1.   Kids Creature Valentine Kit - $16.95 from Paper Source
All the goodies for kids to make 30 Valentines heart cards or turn the heart cards into the bodies of 15 keen creatures.
Kit includes: Heart cards, Shape cards, Floral wire, Circle stickers, and Googly eyes
Tools needed: Awl, exacto knife or scissors, Glue stick or double stick tape

2.  Elephant Valentine Card
Tools needed: Thin Cardboard, Scissors, Colored Paper or Cardstock, Pencil, Glue Stick, Googly Eyes, Stickers, Colored Markers, Pushpin, Ribbon or String

3. Valentine Treat Packages – Martha Stewart
These can be customized any way you’re imagine can take you.  The possibilities are endless.
Tools needed: Heavyweight Matte Paper, Pinking Shears, Colored Markers, Tape, Valentine Stamp, and Cellophane Bag for treats

4. Mouse Valentine Card
Tools needed: Thin Cardboard, Scissors, Colored Paper or Cardstock, Pencil, Glue Stick, Googly Eyes, Stickers, Colored Markers, Pushpin, Ribbon or String

5.  Bugs, Puppy, and Kitty Card Kit - $19.95 from Paper Source
Create 20 fun animal Valentines (5 of each 4 designs), this card kit lets your kids get creative making ladybugs, kittens, puppies and bees.
Kit includes: Circle cards, Pre-cut shapes, Stickers, and Templates
Tools needed: Scissors, Glue stick, Pencil or pen, and 1/8″ Hole punch

6.  Pencil Toppers
These are the cutest.  They look like the edible candies you see around, but are made of foam and you get the added pencil. 
Tools needed: Scissors, Pipe Cleaners, Craft Foam, Pencils, and Permanent Markers

7.  Heart-and-Lollipop Flowers – Martha Stewart
Tools Needed: Colored Card Stock, Construction Paper, Hole Punch, Glue

Have Fun!!

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