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10 Disney-inspired Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids

Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids

Valentine’s Day is approaching and we are wondering what to do on this very special day. I’m thinking about making a heart-shaped pizza and, of course, giving a little extra love to our kids as always. As for the kids, they enjoy spending time playing together, watching movies and doing crafts.

There are lots of Valentine’s Day crafts for kids out there, but this year we wanted to try a few Disney-inspired projects. I found many, and, since time is short and to save you from having to look for them yourself, here are some of the best.

From Belle’s Valentine’s Day Bookmarks, to a Heart-Felt Fairy Pouch, to Merida’s Celtic Heart Necklace, I’m sure you will find something your kids (or mom) will like. Let me know your favorites.

 

 


  • “Charm-ing Cars Valentines” 1 of 10
    "Charm-ing Cars Valentines"
    Wheel you be my valentine? One of the many craft projects in this gallery by the very creative Cindy Littlefield.

    For detailed instructions, please click here.

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Meridas Celtic Heart Necklace” 2 of 10
    "Meridas Celtic Heart Necklace"
    The perfect heart-shaped valentine craft for your little lass. Inspired by Disney's Brave (by Cindy Littlefield).

    For detailed instructions please click here.

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Heart-Felt Fairy Pouch” 3 of 10
    "Heart-Felt Fairy Pouch"
    The perfect pouch for your little Pixie.

    For detailed instructions, please click here. (by Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Belles Valentines Bookmarks” 4 of 10
    "Belles Valentines Bookmarks"
    For your reader princess, who, like Beauty and the Beast's Belle, likes to have her nose in a book, these rose bookmarks have petals made from paper hearts.

    For detailed instructions, please click here.(By Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Sweet Skellington Valentines” 5 of 10
    "Sweet Skellington Valentines"
    A valentine to die for.

    For detailed instructions, please click here. (by Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Dumbo Trunk of Hearts” 6 of 10
    "Dumbo Trunk of Hearts"
    With oversized, heart-shaped ears, this project inspired by Disney's Dumbo will make any valentine smile.

    For detailed instructions, please click here. (by Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Sweet Suitors” 7 of 10
    "Sweet Suitors"
    Inspired by Disney's Alice and Wonderland's Queen of Hearts and her court, a great way to repurpose an old deck of cards.

    For detailed instructions, please click here. (by Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Minnie Mouse Valentines Day Heart Crown” 8 of 10
    "Minnie Mouse Valentines Day Heart Crown"
    A Valentine's crown for the royalty in your house.

    For detailed instructions, please click here.

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Princess Valentine Heart Rings” 9 of 10
    "Princess Valentine Heart Rings"
    A cute activity for preschoolers.

    For detailed instructions, please click here.

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com
  • “Woodys Lasso Valentine” 10 of 10
    "Woodys Lasso Valentine"
    I always knew Woody was a romantic....and he's pretty good with a lasso, too.

    For detailed instructions, please click here. (by Cindy Littlefield)

    Photo credit: ©Spoonful.com

For more Valentine’s craft ideas head to Spoonful.com 

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Silvia cooks yummy Mexican food, plays with her kids, and takes pictures at MamaLatinaTips.com
Read Silvia´s Disney Adventures in Español at Disneylandiaaldia.com
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