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While we adults like enjoying Valentine’s Day with a romantic dinner, some chocolates, and certainly a sip or two of champagne, kids have quite a different experience. If you’ve had a kid go through the elementary school ranks, you know what it involves: crafts and candy.

This year, take your kids’ Valentine’s Day to a new level. Here is a bunch of crafty ideas that we gathered in one place to help your kids make their own amazing gifts.

Kids will love these simple Valentine's Day crafts almost as much as parents will love to decorate with them! Why not get a head start on a few of these crafts today?

This Much Card

Get hands-on with this fun, accordion-style Valentine’s card using supplies you likely have around the house.

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X and O Treats

Snacktime just got mushy. With these festive-shaped treats, it'll be love at first bite.

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Sweetheart Hair Pin

Surprise your little lady with an accessory that coordinates with the party theme.

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Snow Globe Valentine

Have some empty baby food jars? Recycle them to create special Valentine’s Day keepsakes for your kids’ friends. With just a few supplies, they are easy to make.

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Rained Hearts Valentine’s Day Decoration

This cute craft is based on a children’s Valentine’s Day book about a girl who caught hearts that rained from the sky and studied them to find that each was unique in its own way.

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Valentine’s Day Pencils

Get crafty with school supplies to make these fun and festive Valentine pencils.

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Valentine Puppy Craft

This is the perfect craft for anyone who loves puppies. Did you know you can make a cute puppy face with nothing but heart shapes? All you need is construction paper, scissors, and glue.

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Recycled Seed Paper Valentines

Looking for a unique Valentine idea? These recycled paper hearts will grow when you plant them! Teach your kids how to recycle paper while making these seed paper Valentines.

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Love Bugs

Almost too cute to eat! Put out the supplies at your Valentine party for these little love bug treats and let kids decorate their own marshmallow critters.

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Wreathed in Love

Strips of patterned paper become a beautiful decoration for your entryway. Go beyond traditional red, pink and white to have something that can stay up all year.

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Crafts are a fantastic way to celebrate any holiday with your kids, as they give them a chance to display their talents and create something they can be proud of. Hopefully, you can use these 10 ideas for fun and inexpensive Valentine’s Day craft ideas to enjoy a wonderful time with your children.


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