10 Quick and Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts or Activities for You to Make Right Now.
I love Valentine’s Day Crafts. Hearts just make me happy. Plus I think the pink and purple make the Lisa Frank loving little girl in me jump up in the air and yell, “yass!”.
I showed you the DIY Heart Treat boxes last week and this week I have a framed shadowbox idea to share with you but for now, let’s take a little walk down memory lane.
DIY Marbled Heart Pendant
Let’s start with this super simple and fun heart pendant that you can make in minutes. If you have ever played with playdoh, you can make this DIY Marbled Heart Pendant.
These have held up well since I made them last year and my daughter still wears hers all the time.
Aren’t they pretty? They are so easy. You’ll love making them.
Find out how to make them here – DIY Marbled Heart Necklace.
Peppermint Heart Lollipops
My kids thought I was the coolest mom in the world when I made these. Then I made dinner and my superpowers were revoked. But it was great while it lasted. Chances are that if you look in the Christmas clearance aisles, you will find these mini candy canes but if not, you can order them on Amazon.
Get directions to make Candy Cane Heart Lollipops.
Love Free Printable Coloring Sheet
There’s so many things you can do with this free printable. You could print it much smaller and attach a few colored pencils to make an easy DIY Valentine or print it and use it as a guide to make your own handlettered sign.
Easy Heart Canvas
This was one of my all-time favorite Valentine’s Day projects. The hardest part of this project is deciding what book to tear up.
Plus I made it better by adding glitter.
See the finished results and read how to make a Heart Canvas for yourself here.
This is another one of my all-time favorite projects. We called this “love rocks” and all we did is paint a heart on one side and a little message of encouragement on the other and then hide them around our community. This post is from before the painted rock craze so I hope it was a great surprise to whomever found them.
Maybe our goal for this year should be to redo this post in a different way. Our community needs hope following Harvey and this might be a little boost to help. You can also find instructions for how to carve rocks with a Dremel if you don’t want to paint them.
Read the Love Rocks post.
DIY Easy Heart Tote
If you want a project to do with a group, this is it. It’s so inexpensive that it’s crazy and it doesn’t take much instruction or time at all. This project takes less than 10 minutes.
Get the Instructions for DIY Heart Tote
Biggie Perler Beads into Heart Earrings
This is a fun project for kids to help with because you get to melt perler beads. You can do a lot of things with these once you melt the beads including planner decorations, paper card details, or even make earrings.
Find out how to turn perler beads into hearts
How to Make Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
Chocolate dipped strawberries and pretzels are an easy treat that will make your office or friends declare you to be their favorite person when you show up holding a tray of them.
Plus who doesn’t want chocolate dipped strawberries in February?
Heart Shaped Prints
If you have a young child, this is a great post that shares with you several different ways to make heart shaped prints. It’s a great way experience sensory play that involves using different textures, sizes and materials to make a heart.
Mini Canvas Magnets
When I saw a bag of mini canvases at Hobby Lobby, I knew I had to make something with them. I grabbed some magnets to stick on the back and turned them into Valentine’s Day themed magnets. These would make great teacher’s gifts with a tag added that said “we’re stuck on you” or “thanks for sticking with me this year”.
Find out how to make your own Mini Canvas Magnets
That’s 10 Valentine’s Day ideas that are quick and easy!
You can make these! You can do it! I believe in you. And if you make the chocolate dipped strawberries, feel free to drop some off.
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