Craft Roundup: Valentine Projects and a Pinewood Derby Twist

A lot of valentine ideas this week with a little pinewood derby inspiration thrown in for good measure. Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, so it’s time to put those thinking caps on and get to work – crafty work, that is! This week, we dug up some tutorials for a handmade valentine cards and bags, tasty s’more valentine treats and nifty heart-speckled paper roll owls. And, of course, some pint-size pinewood derby trophies for a photo finish.

 

Handmade Valentine Cards and Bags

If your family would like to make their own valentines but lacks a variety of supplies, check out Consumer Crafts’ offerings of DIY kits for this season.

 

S’mores Valentine Treats

I think it’s safe to say a lot of us love s’mores – that’s why we’re always wanting more! Simply Klassic Home has a clever idea for a sweet valentine with a free printable to go along with it.

 

Valentine Paper Roll Owls

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to make some fun valentine decorations. Happy Clippings shows you how to turn empty paper rolls into adorable valentine decor.

 

DIY Pinewood Derby Trophies

So yeah – it’s not a Valentine’s Day project. But if you’re already brainstorming the next pinewood derby car, make sure to check out Sugar Bee Crafts for some award-winning inspiration!

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