We’ve gathered up simple Valentine’s Day gifts DIY-style that kids can make for anyone
Love is in the air, it doesn’t always have to be about fancy flowers and tasty treats. We’ve found 18 unique DIY Valentine’s Day gifts that kids can make (they’re no joke!) and that you’ll (or whoever the lucky person is) actually want to keep. Get ready to create something unique that comes straight from the heart.
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Heart Decorated Jars
Decorate these jars with hearts and Valentine’s Day designs and then fill them with whatever treat you’d like.
Heart-Shaped Tea Bag
These adorable heart-shaped tea bags will make you smile as your steep your morning mug.
Heart-Shaped Pencil Toppers
Pencil this idea in, and you have a pretty gift for your Valentine. We love The Best Idea for Kids use of pipe cleaners and Valentine pencils to put together this clever craft that becomes a heartfelt gift.
Coffee Filter Hearts
What better way to say I love you than with a pretty coffee filter heart? Mama Tina over at Simple Fun for Kids shows the how-to for this craft that makes a perfect gift. You’ll need coffee filters, markers, and an eyedropper (or something similar) then let your little artist go to it.
Paper Airplane Valentines
This Valentine’s Day gift soars above the rest. Mom Leslie over at Pink Stripey Socks gives the step-by-step on how to make these adorable paper airplane Valentines. Not only are they fun to make, but also they make a cool gift.
Heart-Shaped Paper Clips
If you’re down to the last minute and need a quick (and cute!) gift, then these heart-shaped paper clips do the trick. Click through to How About Orange for the how-to. Even more, you can add a sweet note or a new book and you’re done.
Heart Tea Towels
What’s more fun than stamping your heart out? We love Clumsy Crafter’s cute and elegant DIY heart tea towels. Grab those potatoes, carve, stamp, and follow the directions. You’ll have tons of fun!
Shake Painting Heart Gift
Shake, shake, shake. Your budding Picasso can make a Valentine’s Day gift with this easy-to-do shake painting. Head over to No Time for Flashcards to find out how to do this fun craft. Pick your colors, throw in hearts and shake. It’s the perfect present.
This adorable take on dominoes from Warm Hot Chocolate is definitely a winner. It’s simple enough that even little kids can play with it, and it makes a nice keepsake gift too.
For a gift that will stick around past February, these heart magnets from Idlewife are awesome. They’re pretty easy to make, but be sure to leave yourself enough time to let them harden after you’ve sculpted them.
How cute are these little love monsters from Eighteen 25? Using yarn, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes, they’re super fun to make, and we love that each one is completely unique.
Candy-Filled Tackle Box
If you’ve got a fisherman in your life (or a candy lover), she or he will get a kick out of this clever gift from Close to Home. Fill up the tackle box with Swedish fish and gummy worms, then attach a little tag.
Decorated Coffee Mugs
Here’s a heartfelt gift that budding artists can make with a cup, glossy paint, and a small paintbrush. Mary shows us the steps over at Inside My Hideaway.
Who’s number one in your book? With just a few creases and folds you can make this origami bookmark heart. Make a few and give them to friends who love to read. Go to How About Orange for the simple tutorial.
Antique Wood Hearts
We adore this antique-style heart inspired by the crafty mom behind Fireflies and Mud Pies. Your kids can make one using paint, antiquing medium, a wood heart, and twine.
Colorful Sun Catchers
Hearts will be full when the kids hand off a brightly colored heart sun catcher this Valentine’s Day. Give your kids a salad spinner, coffee filter, paint, and paper, then watch them create from the heart. Mom Kristina gives us the know-how over at Toddler Approved.
Simple Knot Bracelets
These heart-shaped bracelets will help your kid let her BFFs know that life would knot be the same without them. Head over to The Nerd’s Wife for an easy tutorial that requires a paracord and scissors.
Go buggy with this cute craft from A Little Pinch of Perfect. You can help your kids make one with a tin can, craft paper, googly eyes, and a pipe cleaner.