This Valentine’s Day, fill your kids’ lunch boxes with love and make them heart-shaped sandwiches!
You don’t have to impress with store-bought dessert! We’ve got something for everyone with 7 delicious, easy-to-follow chocolate dessert recipes!
Candy is dandy, especially when it fills a Mason jar! Add lollipop flowers, our printable and you have a fun candy bouquet for your little Valentines.
Kids will love making our Valentine printable cootie catcher! Easy folding illustrations and a choice of cute sayings make a fun craft on this special day!
Forget plain Valentine’s cards! A printable Valentine candy box is easy to make, inexpensive and is just the right size for sweet treats or trinkets!
Valentine flubber makes the perfect classroom valentines for the kids! It’s quick, easy to make and our printable label is perfect for the occasion.
This printable Valentine candy wrapper looks like a miniature cell phone! It’s the perfect size for packs of gum—just print, cut out, fold and tape.
Inexpensive felt and an array of embellishments creates a DIY valentine felt gift box personalized for your special someone—we’ll show you how!
Turn Pringles cans into DIY rocket valentines filled with treats! Free printables, embellishments, card stock and foam or felt lead to candy countdown!
The commercial hype can quickly turn Valentine’s Day into a spending nightmare. Take control with these inexpensive and easy valentine crafts!
Forget the shoeboxes! Our ladybug and dog milk jug valentine card boxes put them to shame with spray paint, felt features, googly eyes and glue.
A shadowbox, paint, a few layers of paper and your kiddo’s photo and hands make our handprint heart card a personalized keepsake for Valentine’s Day.
Our DIY coin purse is an easy and inexpensive craft. It’s a fun activity for kids and they are great gifts!
A simple, inexpensive gift your Valentine will use year-round. Heart shaped dog tag gifts can be used for so many different occasions!
Roses may be recognized worldwide as a symbol of love and appreciation, but do you really know what a particular rose color symbolizes?