Flowers, sugary treats and a surplus of hearts make an annual appearance on Valentine’s Day. Check out our top 10 Pinterest crafts to make February a month full of creative inspiration and quality time with family and friends.
From Maureen Cracknell Handmade
CREDIT: Maureen Cracknell Handmade
This easy-to-use stamp made of a celery stalk is perfect for little hands to decorate Valentine’s cards and other paper goods. Add glitter to the stamped rosebuds for an extra punch.
Heart Sun Catcher
From Work It Mom
CREDIT: Mary P at Work It Mom
This simple craft requires items already at home: old crayons, wax paper, and an iron. Heart sun catchers give winter windows a much-needed dose of cheer.
From Stuff Parents Need
CREDIT: Tiffany at Stuff Parents Need
Enjoy Valentine’s candy without the accompanying sugar crash. Candies in red and pink hues give old school candy bracelets a Valentine’s Day update. For younger kids, consider puncturing the candies beforehand, so they can simply string them like beads.
From No Time for Flash Cards
CREDIT: Allison McDonald at No Time for Flash Cards
Put those old wine corks to use and make a festive friend. Googly eyes, bright paper and a short assembly time make lovebugs a hit with toddlers.
Valentine Loom Bands
From Lolly Jane
CREDIT: Lolly Jane
The loom band trend is still going strong. Check out the tutorial and free printables for woven hearts and creative takes on traditional woven bracelets. Older kids will love making and swapping bracelets with friends.
CREDIT: Kristina at BlogLovin
Craft, game, or exercise? Valentine’s hopscotch combines all three for indoor or outdoor fun.
CREDIT: Krafty Kym
This craft can be simplified or amped up with additions like feathers and glitter. Add a message to the arrow tail to make this a Valentine card fit for Cupid’s quiver.
From Handmade Charlotte
CREDIT: Mari Richards at Handmade Charlotte
What’s a Valentine’s Day without colorful flowers? Skip the florist and go the paper route with this selection of blooms.
Valentine’s Day Fortune Cookies
From I Wash You Dry
CREDIT: I Wash You Dry
Show the kitchen a little love and try this baking-crafting hybrid. Fortune cookies are a nice semi-sweet shift away from normal Valentine’s Day treats.
Healthy Valentine’s Treats
From Project Nursery
CREDIT: Paula at Project Nursery
If crafts aren’t your thing, these healthy Valentine’s snacks are tasty and creative. This menu is perfect for a Saturday morning breakfast with the family.
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