Kids love to share special sentiments and treats with friends, teachers, and classmates on Valentine's Day. Here are ideas for cards that will help them express their love in style.
Say "I love you" with an adorable Valentine's Day card made out of craft paper and googly eyes.
Directions for making a Valentine's Day pop-up card.
Learn how to make silly heartfelt valentines.
Cut out snowflake hearts to make these one-of-a-kind Valentines.
Your little love bugs will dig matching up their favorite party favors with our printable templates! In just an hour or two, they'll have sweet, customized cards for every kid in the class! Find templates for all of these valentines at familyfunmag.com/printables. We found all the party favors featured here at U.S. Toy and Party City.
Have fun molding heart pendants, pins, and magnets from air-dry clay to spread the Valentine's Day love.
Instructions for making a cute Valentine's Day card using Hershey Kisses.
Fill pretty candy pouches with conversation hearts for a classic Valentine's Day treat.
Learn how to make unique snowflake hearts.
Create homemade tags for Hershey Kisses then package them in Valentine's Day goody bags.
Supply your guests with child-safe plastic needles to stitch adorable yarn cards.
These cool and crafty no-candy valentine ideas are fun and easy to assemble. Your kids' school friends will love the special surprise in each card, while their parents will thank you for not adding to the sugar explosion.
Create charming prints (for your Prince Charming) with these easy-to-make cards and tags.
Make this fun and easy Valentine's Day card using just four supplies!
Directions for making a Valentine's Day sign language card.
Learn how to make sweet chocolate kisses.
Little hands, big hearts, and a few supplies are all you need to make these Valentines
Instructions for making a cute Valentine's Day card using Lifesavers.
Candy manufacturers have highjacked valentines, and I want them back!