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kid valentine ideas
I can’t remember the last time I actually handed out valentines but these cute handmade versions are making me think maybe some of my nieces and nephews need a treat from me this year. There are even some great non-food versions for those of you trying to avoid too much of a sugar high come the 14th. Which one is your favorite?


  • Friendship Bracelets 1 of 15
    Friendship Bracelets
    Practice your skills from summer camp.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Dandee Designs
  • Wild For You 2 of 15
    Wild For You
    If you were giving these to bloggers you could spray paint them gold.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Design Mom
  • Color Theory 3 of 15
    Color Theory
    I wish I had this fun of handwriting.
    Click here for the full tutorial from MerMag
  • Bracelets 4 of 15
    Bracelets
    Katie even made boy versions of this as well.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Katie Did
  • Treat Bags 5 of 15
    Treat Bags
    If you have Photoshop skills, this one's for you.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Bubbles 6 of 15
    Bubbles
    These ones are great for a wide range of ages.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Armelle
  • Surprise Ball 7 of 15
    Surprise Ball
    For your true valentine since these take a while to make.
    Click here for the full tutorial from The Sweetest Occasion
  • Colored Hearts 8 of 15
    Colored Hearts
    Made from inexpensive materials and they can be painted to any color of your liking.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Annily Green
  • Lollipops 9 of 15
    Lollipops
    My sister made similar ones to this last year and if she can do it, so can you.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Design Mom
  • Treat Bags 10 of 15
    Treat Bags
    I would like mine filled with dark chocolate covered almonds. Bonus, this is a free printable.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Twig and Thistle
  • Bookmarks 11 of 15
    Bookmarks
    Felt is a great material to work with.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Dandee Designs
  • Candy Buttons 12 of 15
    Candy Buttons
    Cute and tasty (to kids that is).
    Click here for the full tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Magnifying Glasses 13 of 15
    Magnifying Glasses
    Equally liked by boys and girls.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Dandee Designs
  • Conversation Hearts 14 of 15
    Conversation Hearts
    Cute conversation hearts without the calories.
    Click here for the full tutorial from A Field Journal
  • Mix CD 15 of 15
    Mix CD
    A free printable that you can customize with songs of your choosing.
    Click here for the full tutorial from Design Mom

Also on Babble: 15 Valentine’s Day cards kids can help make!

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