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Today I’m sharing a quick round up of Valentine’s Day Themed Crafting you can do at home, most of them with the kids. I think I’ll be doing a few of these with J as his the perfect age for wanting to make crafty items.
Valentine’s Day Themed Crafting for Gift Giving
Simple Valentine’s Lollipop Craft with #Peeps and free printable
from Simply Southern Mom is fantastic for Peeps lovers.
Lady Bug Valentine for Preschoolers at The Night Owl Mama is just plain adorable!
DIY Sweetheart Phone Case at A Million Moments would make a cute gift for a loved one or a way to customize your phone.
Toilet Paper Roll Hearts Craft at Just 2 Sisters is the kind of easy to do craft that really calls to me. I’ve even squirreled away a few empty TP rolls!
This Owl craft is a HOOT for Valentine’s Day at Mommy Moment is another great project for the younger kids using a toilet paper roll.
Valentine’s Day Jar Gift at Thrifty Jinxy is super easy for a decorative touch or lovely gift.
The Chaos and the Clutter shares a few ideas in their Valentines Week Fun post. Sensory bins are wonderful for young children.
Valentine’s Day Craft for Kids: Sweet & Simple Love Bug at My Kids Guide will appeal to the young child who loves to use glue. Very simple and very cute!
Valentine’s Day Themed Crafting for Decorating
Spruce up the house for Valentine’s Day with a DIY Heart Curtain showcased at Mommy Moment. This one is definitely geared to older kids or adults to make.
Music of My Heart Valentine’s Day Banner at Our Family World is a craft that turns into a decoration for your house. As a music lover, I am really drawn to this, but would have to print out copies of music to not feel guilty about cutting up sheet music.
Add to the décor of your house with Valentine’s Day Tissue Paper Flowers from Kathy’s Cluttered Mind.
What kind of Valentine’s Day crafts will you be making this year?