Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to get crafty with the kids and create greetings that will bring smiles to the faces of friends and family! This year if you are considering skipping the standard kids valentine cards in favor of something handmade, you won’t want to miss these 8 Valentine Cards to DIY!
DIY Valentine’s Day Cards to Try
This is such a fun idea that takes just minutes (and pennies) to make. It’s like those super expensive pop-up cards you find in stores, except so much better because it’s handmade from the heart (pun intended!)
Who said you can’t play with your food? Celery stalks become heart-shaped stamps with this cute Valentine’s Day card idea! Kids of all ages will love stamping the hearts on cardstock to create fun designs.
DIY Sign Language Valentines
One of our most popular DIY Valentine’s Day cards ever, this DIY Sign Language card is a simple yet meaningful way to say “I Love You.” It’s super easy to make with supplies you already have!
I love handprint art, and I’ve seen a lot of different creatures made from kids prints, but this adorable handprint monkey Valentine’s Day card is new to me! Your kids will love getting a little messy to make these fun creatures!
Break out the confetti and get ready to create a super cute abstract DIY Valentine’s Day card! I love this one because it’s really simple yet elegant. It’s a great idea for older kids who want something a little more sophisticated.
Gather up all those broken crayons and make this adorable melted crayon heart card! I love the tutorial for this craft because it doesn’t require baking the crayons. Check out her clever way of doing it instead!
This DIY Valentine’s Day card isn’t just super original and neat, it’s also a great sensory activity for toddlers and preschoolers! Make it for your little one or with your little one to give to a friend!