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10 Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids

There is only one thing cuter than Valentine’s Day crafts — Valentine’s Day crafts made by your kids! I was browsing Pinterest recently for some heart inspiration and found the cutest projects you could ever imagine, all designed with kids in mind. You now have a reason to craft with your children for the holiday — actually, you have 10 of them. Click through the slideshow to see my favorite Valentine’s craft picks!

Painted Rocks 1 of 10
Grab the smoothest rocks you can find and some acrylic paint to make these awesome love rocks.

Get this tutorial from Color Me Katie
Window Clings 2 of 10
Use Mod Podge and acrylic paint to make these fun window clings – in the shapes and colors of your choice.

Get this tutorial from Mod Podge Rocks
Heart Necklace 3 of 10
After the salt dough hearts are made, let kids paint them with their favorite colors.

Get this tutorial from Amazing Mae
Egg Carton Art 4 of 10
Use leftover egg cartons to make fun heart wall art.

Get this tutorial from Krokotak
Yarn Cards 5 of 10
Parents make the template, then kids use the yarn to string the heart.

Get this tutorial from Parents.com
Heart Hand Stamps 6 of 10
Kids will have fun creating this art for friends and family using paint and the sides of their hands as the stamp.

Get this tutorial from Bloesem Kids
Heart Leis 7 of 10
Your kids will have a great time cutting out the paper hearts to create these fun necklaces.

Get this tutorial from Makezine
Love Art 8 of 10
This art was created with finger painting – kids' favorite activity.

Get this tutorial from The Turquoise Piano
Paper Garland 9 of 10
Use paint swatches from your stash to make a fun and easy heart garland.

Get this tutorial from Oh! Crafts
Sweetheart Straws 10 of 10
Kids will love decorating straws with hearts and glitter for a Valentine's Day shindig at school.

Get this tutorial from Paper Source
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