If you are looking for some Valentine’s crafts to do with the kids here are 14 ideas for various ages. Most are perfect for preschoolers while some may be best for older children. There are even some free printable Valentine cards just in case you still need some for your kiddo to hand out!
Heart-shaped metal cookie or muffin tin (our hearts are about 1 1/2 inches across)
Double-sided foam mounting tape
Colored card stock
Heat the oven to 250°.
Fill each mold with crayon pieces and bake until the crayons melt, about 10 to 15 minutes. Tip: Place a sheet pan under the crayons to catch any drips.
Once they’re cool, remove the hearts from the molds and smooth any rough edges by rubbing them on a piece of scrap paper.
Use small pieces of foam tape to stick each heart to a 3-inch circle cut from card stock.Suggested messages: You color my world Valentine, you make my heart melt Have a happy Valentine’s Day, for “crayon” out loud!
Need a fun way to label your craft containers? Or maybe a cute way to quickly apply your kiddo’s name to multiple cards? How about some heart labels! In spirit of Valentine’s Day, Mabel’s Labels is celebrating the love by offering $2 off heart labels! These versatile sticky labels are durable, waterproof labels that are perfect for identifying lunch containers, bottles, toys, sports equipment and much more. You’ll be amazed at what you can label. This offer is only valid 2/12 through 2/15 so don’t miss your chance to shop this sale!
Craft directions and image used with permission.
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Darcy lives outside of Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her husband, their two kids under 7 years old, two cats, and a rescue dog. She loves to share kids crafts, simple recipes, and parenting tips to help other moms. She's passionate about education (which is why she is a PTO board member and Box Tops Coordinator) and all things babies. Darcy loves purple, geek culture, and making an ordinary life feel extraordinary. She and her family enjoy exploring Wisconsin and planning local adventures. Author of Breastfeeding 101: Beauty in Breastfeeding, available on Amazon. Her writing has also been featured on Babble, CafeMom, and Mom.me.
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