Today we would like to share a super easy Valentines Day project to do with the kids; Valentine Shell Fairies. This project is perfect to give out as gifts to the family. Add sentiments such as “Love” “Be Mine” and “Sweet” to the fairies, then give these instead of Valentine cards. All the supplies except […]
When Unicorns Meet Hearts. DIY Unicorn Valentine Wands. This is a super fun kids project using Hygloss foil papers. A project that also helps kids to explore their imagination and think out of the box. Parents this also makes a great Valentine party theme. Imagine the possibilities. Supplies: Bright Paper Sheets, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, […]
Getting into the valentines Vibe today by making some fun valentines with the kids using Hygloss Paper Brights, Foil Paper, Sequins, Scissors & Glue. These are so easy to make and perfect for all ages. Supplies: Bright Paper Sheets, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, Hygloss Products Metallic Foil Paper, Hygloss Products Glitter, Hygloss Products, Optional Scissors […]
Heart Mobile Valentine’s Decorations My bulletin board is slowly filling up with heart and Valentine’s crafts as the big day draws nearer. Here are some Valentine’s decorations that don’t take up precious bulletin board space because they hang from the ceiling. These mobiles add a festive touch to any classroom or home. Everyone loves making […]
After “candy,” “a new puppy,” and “a new car,” the next most popular suggestion was “hugs.” So I decided to create a Valentine craft for a handmade Valentine gift box.
This year in class we’re making several cute valentine crafts for kids which are “punny”. I made a few suggestions of my own and of course the children are encouraged to be creative and think of jokes and puns of their own to put on their homemade Valentines.
We are preparing by making Valentine paper bag craft mailboxes to collect all those soon-to-arrive Valentine cards!
What part of the body is most associated with homemade Valentines and Valentines crafts?
The feet, of course!
Well, maybe not… but they should be. After all, we to run to do things for the ones we love… okay, okay, so maybe it’s the heart. But who says it can’t be both?
This Valentine’s Day, instead of typical heart-shaped homemade Valentines, your students can make a Valentines kids’ craft with an unexpected personalized twist.
My kids love giving gifts. They love seeing the look of joy on the face of a friend or relative when they receive a gift, especially when it’s unexpected. And they really love making homemade gifts. But when it comes to these Valentines friendship rings, my kids have a hard time giving them away. Luckily I resolve that by ensuring that they all make a few rings for each other.