By now we have all heard of Pinterest - the latest addition to Social Media platform. Pinterest is a virtual pin board where you can visually save ideas in one place. For me… it’s VERY addictive!
With the upcoming Valentine’s Day card swop at my kids’ school, I started the search of Valentine’s Day Craft for kids to bring to school.. and Pinterest doesn’t disappoint. Here are some of our favorites that are on our short list!
Our 5 Favorite Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids from Pinterest
Stamper’s Club Treats
A cute & super easy to make Valentine’s day crafts – pack conversation hearts in a mason jar and wrap up in the pretty paper and ribbon.
Do you hate that EVERY DIY card for school seems to be made with candy? This cute and ingenious craft uses a kiddo favorite…GOLDFISH!!
This Valentine’s day crafts requires a bit of work but nothing the advanced DIY’er can’t handle (this does not include me). Chop up the crayon and put them in heart shape silicon muffin pan. Bake them and then you are done!
These Valentine’s day crafts are not only super easy to make but super sweet to receive as well. Nothing screams sweet heart like a Hershey’s Kiss. :)
M&M “I Dig You” Valentine Bag
Last but not least..a Valentine’s day crafts that your kids will dig! Got it.. I Dig You!
Bonus option for the craft impaired
Do love to look on Pinterest, but your crafting is limited to placing a pin on your Pinterest board? If so, I promise you that you are NOT alone. Don’t beat yourself up!!!! Head to Target, Walmart, the grocery store, etc, preferably the night before. Otherwise you’ll be sitting in the parking lot at school signing your kiddo’s name 20 times. If you get up on Valentine’s Day morning and realize you forgot to go the night before, DON’T SWEAT IT!!! Just make sure you have a pen full of ink in your car. Should you find yourself resorting to the ‘morning of’ option, rest easy in the fact that chances are I will be right there with you!!!
Give yourself a break!
How about you? Do you have any easy to make Valentine’s Day craft to share? Leave a comment!