Need a great idea to keep kids busy on those cold, winter days? This Pom Pom Valentine’s Day craft for kids is so cute and super simple to make! Chances are, you already have most of the supplies on hand. For those you don’t, here’s a hint: since Valentine’s Day and Christmas share red as a common color, check the holiday clearance section first for supplies. This goes for all your Valentine’s Day decor and crafts, not just this one. I found a huge role of red tulle stuff on sale for $1, versus almost the same exact red tulle in the Valentine’s Day craft section for full price.
Ready to see how easy it is to make this Pom Pom Valentine’s Day craft for kids? Remember, these are guidelines. This is one of those crafts where kids lead the way. Let them switch things up if they want.
Related: 15 Easy Valentine’s Day Crafts for Families
Pom Pom Valentine’s Day Craft for Kids
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- pom poms in Valentine’s Day Colors
- red Marker
- plain white paper
- crayons in Valentine’s Day colors
- children’s glue
How to Make:
That’s it! So easy, right? Isn’t it adorable? You can hang the finished product on your fridge, frame it and hang it on the wall or use it as a handmade card to give to dad, grandma or other special relatives. Looking for other cute Valentine’s Day crafts for kids? Check out our Love Bug craft!
Our DIY Sign Language of Love card is also incredibly cute and easy!
For more Valentine’s Day ideas, visit a few of my favorite bloggers:
- How to Make Rose Water by Confessions of an Overworked Mom
- A Valentine’s Day Breakfast by The Guavalicious Life
- Salted Caramels by How Was Your Day?
- Valentine’s Day Krispies Treats by This Mama Loves
- Homemade Strawberry Syrup for Flavorful Delights by Day by Day in Our World
- French Vanilla Raspberry Italian Cream Soda by Pretty Opinionated
- Epsom Salts DIY Valentine’s Candles by A Day in Motherhood
- Chocolate Honey Lip Scrub by The Socialite’s Closet
- Hugs and Kisses Valentine’s Cupcakes by Simply Southern Mom
- Printable Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt by Mom on the Side
- Box of Chocolates Cake by Kids Fun Reviewed
- Cranberry Hootycreek – Valentine’s Day Cookies by MommaDJane
- Dark Chocolate Granola by Food Fun Family
- Valentine’s Day “Love Lives Here” Decorative House Craft by Sincerely Mindy
- Hand Sewn Valentine Cards by Beyond Mommying
- No Bake Choco-Date Cookies for Valentine’s Day by Mommy Snippets
- DIY Heart Stamp for Kids by Family Focus Blog
- DIY Peppermint Chocolate Bark Favors by A Bride on a Budget
- Day Out With Daddy Jar by Sweet Lil You
- No Sew Fringed Scarf for Him – or Her! by Style on Main
- Strawberry Shortcake in a Jar by 2Boys+1Girl=OneCrazyMom
- Valentine’s Day Oreo Hearts by Gator Mommy Reviews
Do you have a favorite Valentine’s Day craft for kids? Tell us about it in the comments!
32 thoughts on “Cute & Simple Pom Pom Valentine’s Day Craft for Kids”
My daughter will be 3 in May, and this looks like a great craft idea for her! I bet she would love it.
How cute! My daughter would love to do this on Valentine’s Day!
Oh my gosh how cute are all of these! I should definitely try and have my 2 nieces make this for their mom! She’d love it, I love making crafts!
It’s crazy, but I feel like Valentine’s Day has just crept around the corner pretty quickly. I think my god-daughter and her sister would like this craft.
I love how simple and cute this craft is! I know my daughter would enjoy it, too. Thanks for sharing!
This looks like so much fun! I am saving it to do with my son’s class!
That is such a cute idea. I love it! I can’t wait to check out all these other ideas as well. Thanks for sharing them.
I love Valentine’s day crafts! I know my daughters have a lot of fun with them as well. These would be some great crafts to make with my girls.
That is really cute! I’ve been seeing a lot of pom pom crafts all over the blogosphere and they never fail to delight me.
This is a great craft idea. I will have to make this with my friends little ones on the weekend.
What a cute idea…and so easy too! My kids love pom-poms…I might actually do this with them tonight!
I love to do craft projects with the kids – especially for Valentine’s Day. These are some great ideas and I can’t wait to give them a try with our youngest.
These are very cute ideas. I love the worm on the stick, so pretty!
These are all really cute cool ideas for kids for Valentines Day. I love the hand symbolizing the peace sign on the card and the love bug craft. Thanks for sharing these awesome crafts for kids.
The next special day after New Year’s Day is Valentine’s Day. It will be wise to prepare early for it, especially if you’re giving a big number of DIY cards or crafts to people who are dear. The pom poms look cute!
Such a fun idea and i think my kids would be enjoying to try this.a good project for them and to keep them busy.
This so cute and easy to make! Kids would enjoy doing this. Valentine’s Day is coming in so fast, I better get ready with more VDay ideas.
These are cute Valentine’s Day crafts!! I love that kids of any age could make them!! Great post!!
This seems to be a great way to engage the children. The DIY project seems fun and doable.
These are so cute! I need to have a craft party with my nieces so we can make these for Valentine’s Day.
What a fun project. I like how simple it is and we usually keep these items on hand in our craft area.
These are all wonderful kid crafts for Valentines. You can’t go wrong with pom projects. Kids love them and they are perfect for those on a budget.
These are all great ideas for kids! I always loved when my kids would make sweet valentine cards for me.
Oh these are so fun. I’d love to try some cute new crafts for Valentine’s Day. I need some decorations!
I think the love bug is my favorite. I will have to see if I have everything so my kids can recreate this one
Pom Poms are the best, especially for young ones! This is a great craft that would help with learning pre-writing and writing skills too. Perfect for the daycare kiddos!
Love all of your craft ideas for Valentines Day. I remember playing with pom poms as a kid too. It was fun.
Nice crafting ideas for the little ones on Valentine’s Day. My children are all grown up so I will share this with friends and family who have small kids. Thanks for the idea!
This is so fun! I used to teach second grade; would definitely be great for the classroom, too. :)
My kiddo loves craft projects. I watch a little girl also this would be perfect for both of them.
Oh how cute. My kids used to make things like that back when they were in preschool!
What a fun idea! I love that it helps with fine motor skills too.