We love Valentine’s Day! The number one reason is all of the adorable things you can make with hearts and love-themed ideas. There truly is NO other holiday with cuter decorations. (Sorry, Christmas!) To get you and your kids started on the road to some Valentine fun, we have a roundup of 15 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids with everything from paper crafts to bracelets to even some DIY bird feeders to make your feathered Valentine friends happy on a cold February Day.
15 Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids
If you’re like us, you go through dozens of toilet paper rolls a year. Check out these adorable owls created with toilet paper rolls and scrapbook paper.
This water color birch tree heart card is gorgeous and very versatile! It can be used on a thank-you, a Valentine’s Day gift for grandma, or maybe just for a friend.
I love footprint art, and this love bird activity is no different! Although it works best for small baby and toddler, the craft can work well for elementary school kids too.
This heart suncatcher is great for many seasons, but specifically Valentine’s Day. You will need tissue paper, liquid starch, construction paper, wax paper, and other typical craft supplies like paintbrushes, scissors and glue.
This fun project is a way to give a Valentine’s gift to our backyard feathered friends. Create a heart-shaped hanging birdfeeder using only a few simple supplies.
Practice sight words with this monkey valentine craft and free printable. There is also a game included!
Possibilities with hearts can be endless. Made entirely out of hearts, this adorable bee is easy and fun to make!
This great printable coupon booklet encourages family time, and also includes some fun “goodies” that kids will enjoy. (like an extra half hour of TV)
You can never go wrong with food. Try this very simple, low-ingredient jelly fluff pudding.
Looking for a quick and easy Valentine’s Day craft for your LEGO-lover? Gather up your red and white LEGOs!
Encourage STEM with this simple but challenging 3-D craft! Gather some small heart marshmallow and toothpicks, and begin to create whatever comes to the imagination.
Perfect for toddlers, gather a small picture, glitter, and tissue paper for a picture frame!
This one is fun for little hands to assemble by threading beads onto pipe-cleaners. Then just help them bend into heart shapes for an adorable Valentine garland decoration.
Made with twine, beads, and bracelets, these bracelets are super easy to make, especially for tweens!
If you don’t mind a little watercolor mess, try this beautiful marbleized heart craft.
Repurpose baby food jars (or even mason jars) – and these Valentine’s Day tea lights make beautiful Valentine’s Day decor.