Use our valentine day crafts for kids to create creative valentine day treats? Why be ordinary with valentine cards, give out home made treats instead.
Traditionally everyone gives out little cards and some cinnamon hearts in school on Valentine's day.
Use these and you will be sure to be giving out the most unforgettable treats in the classroom.
Show your friends and classmates your appreciation for them.
Give a hint to your crush that you like them with one of these edible crafts!
A card and a tasty treat is a great way to show your friends and classmates you care about them!
Another fun way to give out some treats this Valentine's is to make your own little minions and fill them with candy. Come learn these minion crafts for kids with us.
Turn some Hersey Kisses into cute little kissme treats for your friends and classmates!
Supplies: Hersey Kiss, googly eyes, red pom pom, red construction paper, scissors and glue
Who knew an empty toilet paper roll could be so pretty and have a yummy surprise!
Supplies: Empty toilet paper roll, red and pink paint, paint brush, glue, scissors, red construction paper, pink pipe cleaner, valentine treat of your choice
Keep those empty Kinder Surprise containers and re-fill them with Valentine candies.
Decorate the plain yellow containers and turn them into fun monsters!
Supplies: Empty Kinder containers, googly eyes, construction paper, feathers, glue and scissors
Another unique and fun way to use up those empty Kinder Surprise containers.
Fill this love bee up with treats, or a love note.
Printable Valentines Cards
Get some adorable printable Valentines cards and send out lots of love and creativity!
Another tasty valentine you can give out. Use a lollipop and create your very own cupid to send out.
Glue googly eyes onto the center of each lollipop.
Cut out yellow construction paper in the shape of curly hair. Glue this to the top of your lollipop.
Cut wings out of white construction paper. Glue these on the back of the lollipop.
With the pipe cleaners, create an arrow and a bow. Attach these to another pipe cleaner that will be the cupids arm. Glue this to the stick of the lollipop.
Add a halo, and a nose and mouth to give more detail to cupid.
Check out a few more fun Valentines activities for kids that are so simple they are great for last minute games and crafts!
These are some tasty valentine day crafts for kids to try out on Valentine's Day! We have more crafts to come so always check back with us!! And, of course, share us with your friends!