Valentine’s Day is all about making your loved ones feel extra special, but you don’t have to plunge deep into your pocketbook for fun crafts! We’ve got 6 great ideas for easy Valentine crafts to spread the love right here!
From DIY coin purses, Valentine card boxes, cootie catchers and hand-print card crafts, we’re a one-stop idea place for cupid-inspired activities. What could be more important than creating keepsakes with the kids?
If the little ones are all grown up, make it a crafternoon with your best-gal pals. Rocket valentines can be made for the big kids too…just let your imagination run wild! Felt valentine gift boxes are also a hit—put your favorite poem or a keepsake inside secret-admirer style. Now that’s amore!
6 easy valentine crafts
an old time favorite
Take your kids down Memory Lane with a printable cootie catcher game that doesn’t cost a thing to make! Simply download our free valentine cootie catcher template, bust out the scissors and let the games begin!
Your kid will be the star of the homeroom with these sweet, googly-eyed DIY milk jug Valentine’s Day card boxes. Make them at home with the whole family using repurposed gallon milk jugs! Easy and inexpensive—score!
you rock, valentine!
Your kids will soar to the moon and back with DIY rocket Valentine containers made with Pringles cans. Fill these nifty little containers with candies, gum and other small treats like sunnies, fun-colored pencils and stickers!
all hands on deck
Frame your child’s photo accompanied by their handprints each year. It’s a great way to remember how small they once were! This craft is a great gift for both mom and dad—it’s inexpensive and unique!
coin a phrase
Say ‘I love you’ with these DIY heart-shaped felt coin purses. They’re super easy to make with a free printable, written instruction and how-to video! Fill each purse with miniature treats and bring on the smiles!
Good things really do come in small packages, especially when you can decorate them to your heart’s content. With your favorite felt colors, design rosettes and even your loved one’s initials for a cherished keepsake.
|“It’s not spending money that makes Valentine’s Day special, it’s the unique gestures that come straight from the heart!” – Cheryl|