15 Easy & Inexpensive Valentines for Kids
Looking for some easy, inexpensive Valentines? Here are 15 creative and adorable ideas that I collected from some amazing bloggers.
1. Printable Valentine Bookmarks from Positively Splendid
These colorful bookmarks are easy to print out and assemble in minutes! Plus, hopefully they’ll inspire the recipient to dive into reading too!
2. Orange You Glad Valentine from Crafting in the Rain
Orange these just cute? As a healthier alternative, you could put a mandarin orange or regular orange in a bigger bag and use the same label.
3. Glow Stick Valentine from Kommunicated.com
What child doesn’t like glow sticks? These creative non-food valentines are sure to be a hit! You can even get a 100 ct. pack of glow stick for just $7.85 from Amazon.
4. Bursting with Happiness Valentine from Happy Clippings
A simple but fun valentine!
5. Cookie Cutter Valentine via Spoonful.com
Another fun non-food idea! If you want, you could make some homemade play-dough, put a small ball of it in a sealed plastic bag and add it to the cookie cutter.
6. Color My World Valentine by Motherhood on a Dime
I love this idea of using printable coloring pages as part of your valentine. It really doesn’t get much more simple, inexpensive and yet fun than that!
7. Like You Smore Valentine from Capturing Joy
An adorable twist on an American classic! Yum!
8. 4 Non-Candy Valentines from Pretty Prudent
Four lovely valentine ideas and all for things kids love!
9. You Rule Valentine from Re:Located Living
Another really easy to assemble valentine. Amazon has 36 ct. plastic rulers for just $13.82 (or $0.38 each), making these very inexpensive to make.
10. Just “Write” Valentine from Happy Clippings
These are just plain cute and fun!
11. Same School Valentine from Hello Bee
If you are wanting to make this even more cost effective, buy the goldfish in bigger packages, divide them into smaller bags and then attach the label to that. (As you see in some of the other ideas listed here.)
12. Have a Ball Valentine from Less Ordinary Designs
I know these would be popular at our house as my children think they can never have too many of these little rubber balls. You can get a 25 ct. pack of the balls for just $9.59 (or $0.38 each) from Amazon.
13. Sucker for You Valentine from 30 Minute Crafts
Aren’t lolly-pops always a hit with children? This valentine shouldn’t take long to assemble and is sure to be well received!
14. You’re the “Raisin” Valentine from Homemaking Hacks
Want a bit of a healthier valentine? Make this one using little boxes of raisins. So darling!
15. Butterfly Valentine from Skip to My Lou
Another lolly-pop valentine- didn’t I say that they’re popular with children? If you don’t want to mess with the little wiggly eyes, you could also just use a Sharpie and draw a face on the lolly-pop.