Lego Valentine’s Day Fun for Crafty Kids

If you’ve got a Lego maniac in your home (don’t we all?!), Valentine’s Day is a perfect occasion to put those bricks to work with heart-themed building assignments. Lego usually offers a Valentine’s Day building kit this time of year, like this Valentine’s Cupid Dog, but so long as your child has a big stack of red bricks and a great imagination, a trip to the store isn’t necessarily needed! This week’s roundup has some Lego Valentine ideas that your child can make to present to fellow Lego maniacs on Feb. 14.

Lego Valentine Busy Bag

Give the gift of play on Valentine’s Day by creating a Valentine busy bag. Lemon Lime Adventures shares her idea of presenting this DIY brick game.

Lego Valentine Cards

Did you know Lego bricks make great stamps? Who knew?! Red Ted Art shares this guest post on how to your child’s bricks into Lego stampers.

Lego Valentine’s Day Card Printable

Does your child have some one-off bricks laying around? Put them to work for Valentine’s Day by adding them to these printable cards offered up by Kid Things.

Ninjago Printable Valentines

Thanks to Over The Big Moon, your child has several Ninjago Valentine DIY ideas to choose from! Try printing your own card or making a special candy wrapper.

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