18 Cute & Easy Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts.

Valentine’s Day can be such a fun and creative time for the whole family. Kids can help parents create some really cute and easy crafts. Learn some fun and easy Valentine’s Day crafts here.

Valentine’s Day is a great crafty season. These cute and easy kid’s crafts are the perfect projects to share on a family night or a cold Sunday afternoon. Any excuse is good to spend time together and get ready for Valentine’s!

Valentine’s  Day is coming so fast and I’ve seen so many ideas and inspirational projects all over the social media channels that are so hard to choose. Today I’m sharing some cute and easy crafts to make with kids that I’ve found here and there!!!

You might also love these other Valentine’s Day ideas: 16 Pink & Red Ideas for Valentine’s Day Treats10+ Beautiful Valentine’s Day Mantel Decorations, and “Our Love” Valentine’s Day Photo Frame.

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18 Fun Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts

Kids move our world, there is no doubt about it. They represent the biggest love we’ve ever felt. So just as I said in my previews of Valentine’s post “We Heart You. Wall Art Love for Kids“, love is not only for couples! So how about some super cute crafts for them? Here we go!

Whether you are looking for some last minute Valentine’s Day craft ideas or you have plenty of time for planning and prep, you are going to love these awesome Valentine’s Day craft ideas.

Our collection includes simple projects that toddlers and preschoolers can make on their own, or with a little help, and Valentine’s Day crafts for kids of any age.

Here at The Crafting Nook, we like to keep things simple, so you’ll find that we like to use common supplies and materials to make Valentine’s Day craft ideas.

Paper crafts are a great way to express your love for Valentine’s Day, and we have a variety of amazing Valentine’s Day paper crafts that you will love.

You’ll find many other great craft ideas if you like to paint at home or school.

We love creating and using common household items such as paper plates, cardboard, tin foil, and yarn, so we’ve included a few examples here so you can jump right in.

Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts Ideas

If you find yourself wondering what crafts to make with kids on Valentine’s day, we have got you covered.

Disclaimer:*My roundups are only for inspiration ideas. Just like I do for all my round-ups, I get a lot of inspiration from Pinterest. If you are at all familiar with that platform you know there are tons of pictures with no direct links to the original source. Some pictures featured here I found no source for or directed to the wrong one but if you know the source, contact me and I will update this post immediately, thank you so much!

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Valentine’s Day M&M Candy Pouches 

Valentine's Day M&M Candy Pouches by Keeping it Simple

Using just cardstock, zip-lock bags, hot glue and candies you can make these super cute Pouches. If you don’t have cutting machine, it’s not a problem you can make simple shapes that you can cut with scissors.

Valentine’s Day M&M Candy Pouches by Keeping it Simple

Hippie Heart Headband

Hippie Heart Headband {Tutorial} by Sugar Bee Crafts

Cut a few cute felt hearts or you can find pre-cut felt hearts at craft stores, glue them to a piece of elastic that will fit around your kid’s head and tie a knot on the back. Voila!

Hippie Heart Headband {Tutorial} by Sugar Bee Crafts

Valentine Crafts so easy a child can do it

Valentine Crafts so easy a child can do it by Chicken Babies

Turn a ceiling lamp into a Valentine’s day heart mobile. Make cute hearts with pipe cleaners and decoarte them with beads. Little kids would have a blast making these.

Valentine Crafts so easy a child can do it by Chicken Babies

Yarn HeartS

Yarn Hearts by Family Chic

This is probably one of my favorite crafts and one of the best valentine’s day crafts for fine motor skills. Make a heart with a wire and then ask your kids to wrap them with yearn. Then display them on a window for them to enjoy.

Yarn Hearts by Family Chic

Homemade St. Valentine’s Day Cards

Homemade St. Valentine's Day Cards by Shower of Roses

Love this craft as it involves painting with the kid’s little hands. Paint the palm and part of the arm of your child and stamp it on a black paper. Then using their fingers, make the flowers of the tree using 2 fingerprints. How cute!

Homemade St. Valentine’s Day Cards by Shower of Roses

DIY Valentine’s for Kids: Valentine’s Rocket

DIY Valentine’s for Kids: Valentine’s Rocket by Sparkles and a Stove

Love that this craft idea mixes different materials and textures. This is great as a sensory experience.

DIY Valentine’s for Kids: Valentine’s Rocket by Sparkles and a Stove

Be Mine! A Valentine Unit

Be Mine! A Valentine Unit by The Adventures of Miss Elizabeth

Let’s make love bugs. Only paper hearts, marker and pipe cleaners are needed. Your kids can make this totally on their on!

Be Mine! A Valentine Unit by The Adventures of Miss Elizabeth

Handprint Heart Tree Craft

Handprint Heart Tree Craft by I Heart Crafty Things

This handprint craft is such a fun and reasy project for kids at different ages and can easily be valentine cards or framed art.

Handprint Heart Tree Craft by I Heart Crafty Things

Cupid Arrows

Cupid Arrows by Kiwi Crate

These cute cupid arrows are super fun to make.

Cupid Arrows by Kiwi Crate

How To: Make Heart-Sewn Valentine

How To: Make Heart-Sewn Valentine by Real Simple

This craft is another project perfect for fine motor skills. They can learn to make different patterns, some knowledge about sewing and create super cute Valentine’s cards in the proces.

How To: Make Heart-Sewn Valentine by Real Simple

DIY Paper Heart Garland for Valentine’s Day

Cute Valentine’s Day Easy Paper Heart Garland

Paper heart garland is one fun project to make, and it creates a festive atmosphere on Valentine’s Day.

DIY Paper Heart Garland for Valentine’s Day by ME!

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  1. I love this roundup! I totally want to do the handprint heart tree with my preschoolers! Absolutely adorable. Thanks for these fabulous ideas :) You are being featured this week!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

  3. Thanks for sharing this Awesome Round-Up at the Hit Me With Your Best Shot Link Party last Tuesday! I can’t wait to try some of these with my boys! Hope to see you again tonight at 7EST! Excited to see what fun projects you’ve been up to!


  4. Great group of ideas! The Hippie Heart Headband is adorable. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  5. I am truly inspired by your Valentine’s Day Round Up! Perfect for families and kid-friendly, too! Pinned it! —Deb at DialMforMoms.com

  6. I love all these adorable crafts for Valentines day. These will make a good project the next time we have a snow day, which is threatened next week. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick

  7. Great roundup of kid crafts, Cami! I may have to use a couple of them with our girls Bible study group! Have a great week!