Heart-Themed Valentine Crafts for Kids

When you think of Valentine’s Day, which symbol first comes to mind? Images of Cupid and his arrows, boxes of tasty chocolates, and, of course, HEARTS! Valentine’s Day is all about hearts. From puffy stickers to delicious treats shaped like them, any DIY project can get the Valentine’s Day treatment thanks to a quick dose of cute heart embellishments. This week’s roundup is dedicated to this holiday icon as the beginning of February arrives on our calendars.

DIY Yarn Hearts

These simple yarn hearts from Shelterness look great in primary colors. Imagine a whole window in your home being dedicated to these cute accessories.

Rainbow Heart Suncatchers

The beginning of this project may look a little messy, but it creates such a sweet end results! Fireflies and Mud Pies shows you how a little bit of Mod Podge can make heart-shaped suncatchers.

Ribbon Heart Valentine Cards

For the washi tape lover in the house, this project is for them. Happy Hooligans shares this clever idea for a simple Valentine’s Day card with ribbon, but washi tape could be easily swapped in.

Cheerios DIY Bird Feeders

Don’t forget about the backyard birds on Valentine’s Day! Red Ted Art shows you the basics of making bird feeders that can be turned into a variety of shapes, like a big heart for Feb. 14.

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