Happy Monday, friends! You may have noticed things a little quiet around here last week and if you follow on Instagram or Facebook, you know that’s because our littlest surprised us all by arriving 2 weeks early. So, I didn’t make it for our 38 (or 39) week pregnancy update over here on the blog.
All that said, we are adjusting to life over here as a family of four and I’m excited to start sharing some of those things here soon. But before we get to that, I have one more fun Valentine’s round up for you.
I really cannot believe that we are so close to Valentine’s Day. In case you missed it, last week, I shared this fun little garland that we’ve got hanging on our mantel this year and today, I’m sharing some of my favorite kid-friendly Valentine’s ideas. So, if you’re needing some inspiration this year, you’ve come to the right place.
Each of these ideas are totally do-able even if you’re short on time or not feeling the most creative. They are simple to put together, create, and clean up. Basically, perfect. Especially for me this year since I want to do fun things with Little, but I’ll also be adjusting to the newborn stage again.
Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids
Tissue Paper Hearts by Live Well Play Together
Valentine’s Day Treat Boxes by Jordan’s Easy Entertaining (Perfect for Preschool class parties or playdates!)
Kid’s Valentine’s Day Necklaces by Sunshine & Hurricanes
Valentine’s Day Party Hats by Sunshine & Hurricanes
Ladybug Oreo Treats by For Modern Kids
Melted Crayon Valentine Cards by Gym, Craft, Laundry
Love Notes Envelopes + Free Printable by Sunshine & Munchkins
Valentine’s Popcorn Garland by Little Dove Blog (Because who says popcorn garland is only for Christmas?!)
Easy Valentine’s Day Heart Garland by Live Well Play Together
Valentine’s Day Hand Print Craft by A Sprinkle of Joy (Perfect for a first Valentine’s Day keepsake!)
What are some of your favorite things to do for Valentine’s Day? Do you plan to do any crafts with your little ones this year? And as always, when it comes to crafting with little ones, just my friendly reminder that it doesn’t have to be perfect to be memorable! It really is the process that counts. So, if you have some time this year, I encourage you to get crafting with your little love bugs!
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