There is only one thing cuter than Valentine’s Day crafts — kids’ Valentine’s Day crafts! I was browsing Pinterest recently for some heart inspiration and found the cutest projects you could ever imagine . . . and they were all for kids. You now have a reason to craft with your children for the holidays — ten of them. Click through the slideshow to see my favorite Valentine’s kids’ craft picks!
Painted Rocks 1 of 10Grab the smoothest rocks you can find and some acrylic paint to make these awesome love rocks.
Spotted at Color Me Katie
Googly Eyes Garland 2 of 10Use wood hearts and googly eyes to make this silly garland.
Get instructions at No. 2 Pencil
Window Clings 3 of 10Use Mod Podge and acrylic paint to make these fun window clings - in the shapes and colors of your choice.
Get the how-to at Mod Podge Rocks
Salt Dough Necklace 4 of 10After the salt dough hearts are made, let kids paint them with their favorite colors.
Learn how to do it at Amazing Mae
Egg Carton Art 5 of 10Use leftover egg cartons to make fun heart wall art.
Visit the pictorial how-to at Krokotak
Yarn Cards 6 of 10Parents make the template, then kids use the yarn to string the heart.
Find instructions at Parents
Heart Leis 7 of 10Your kids will have a great time cutting out the paper hearts to create these fun necklaces.
Learn how they were made at CRAFT
Paper Garland 8 of 10Use paint chips from your stash to make a fun and easy heart garland.
Find the how to at Oh! Crafts
Love Art 9 of 10This art was creating by using vinyl as a resist - then finger painting the entire canvas.
See how it was done at The Turquoise Piano
Valentine Hat 10 of 10Once you make the band for this hat, let your child decorate with foam hearts and other embellishments.
Learn how to make them at Kaboose
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