It’s time to break out the pink glitter, chocolate, and spread the love. We believe one of the best ways to show your love is to spend quality time with family and friends. Here are 7 kid-friendl… Read More >
7 Valentine’s Day crafts to spread the love
It’s time to break out the pink glitter, chocolate, and spread the love. We believe one of the best ways to show your love is to spend quality time with family and friends. Here are 7 kid-friendly Valentine’s Day crafts that will express your love and gratitude for one another while creating memories to last a lifetime.
1. DIY conversation heart garland
Conversation hearts are one of those candies where you love it or totally hate it. But DIY conversation heart garland? This is one craft where you can’t go wrong. Encourage your children to write the silliest messages on each heart for bonus laughs.
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Honestly, we love the 2-for-1 special when you find an activity that is both craft AND a snack. We get it, which is why we love these tic-tac-toe snack crafts featuring only 3 ingredients.
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3. Thumbprint heart mason jars
Need a perfect handmade gift for the grandparents? They will adore this fingerprint mason jar! These are so cute you may want to make extra to add a little love around your own house.
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4. Bedazzled picture frame
Time to print some of your favorite photos off your Tinybeans album! Jeweled frames are not only easy to make, but allow your little ones to use their creativity. This is the perfect gift for a special aunt or uncle.
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5. L-O-V-E canvas
You know what they say – all you need is love. Break out the paint and make a LOVE canvas with your little one! This mess-free masterpiece is sure to brighten up any room with a little bit of joy.
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6. Handprint roses
Let’s be honest: Valentine’s Day roses are expensive. The good news? These handprint “roses” come straight from the heart AND they will last more than 3 days.
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7. Footprint hearts
If you’ve got a new baby in the house, these footprint hearts are the DIY valentine while also capturing their cute, tiny feet. Can you think of a better valentine?
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