Valentine’s Day is sneaking up on me this year after the busyness of my January running and travels! (If you haven’t seen my Dopey Disney trip recap, check it out now!) I’ve reached out to several bloggers in my community to pull together and share with y’all a Valentine’s Day idea roundup!
In this roundup, you’ll find all kinds of crafts for kids of all ages – even one for crafty adults too! You’ll also find some great printables, Valentine’s ideas for the class, gift ideas for the family and a couple of treats too!
If your house is anything like mine, crafts are happening every day. My daughter is always asking what we can make, so I try to come up with new ideas when I can. Holidays always make for the best crafting themes!
Take a look at these crafts from some other amazing bloggers as well as a couple I’ve done myself. Be sure to click through to see which ones you may want to try this year! You’ll even find that some are for us grown ups too.
Heart Wreath Photo Collage from Lorena & Lennox – A fun keepsake to make with your kids. One for you and one for each of them!
5 Toddler Craft Ideas from Amy’s Balancing Act – 5 fun and easy crafts you can do with your little ones.
Valentine’s Heart Necklaces from Zaneta The Work At Home Mama – The perfect craft you can create with things you likely already have at home!
Cupid’s Bow and Arrow from The Growing Creatives – A fun craft that becomes a toy! Your littles will love running around with their Cupid bow!
Love Bug Candy Dish from The Growing Creatives – This fun and function craft is fun for your kids to create and can hold your Valentine’s treats year after year!
Valentine’s LOVE Art from Amy’s Balancing Act – A simple craft that can be created by kids of all ages. Easy to make and give as Valentine’s for parents, grandparents or aunts and uncles!
Watercolor Heart Art from The DIY Nuts – This easy DIY art project is great for kids (or adults!) this Valentine’s Day. You can easily make it your own in so many ways. Just look above for a sneak peek!
Valentine’s Craft Ideas from Pellerini – 5 Valentine’s crafts to create for your home or to give to others.
Valentine’s Craft Kits for Toddlers from Wild Simple Joy – Take a look at these different craft kit options for your little ones this Valentine’s Day.
Heart Crinkle Tag Blanket from Wandering Hoof Ranch – A step by step guide on how to create a soft, crinkley blanket for your brand new Valentine’s this year!
Valentine’s Day Wreath from Amy’s Balancing Act – This one is for the grown ups! Create this fun wreath for your front door to use every Valentine’s Day.
Printables & Activities
Free printables are the best! These Valentine’s Day themed printables and activities will keep your kids busy, so you can get at least a few things done.
Silly Valentine’s Coloring Pages from Fry, Party of Five – 3 free coloring sheets for your kids to color!
Matching Game from the Artisan Life – Print out this Valentine’s themed matching game to keep your little ones busy for a while.
Bingo from The Artisan Life – Another fun printable game you can play with your kids. Valentine’s themed BINGO for the win!
More Coloring Pages from The Artisan Life – If you liked her games, go ahead and grab some of these great coloring pages! I love free printables!
Activity Trays from Teacher and the Tots – These Valentine’s themed Montessori-inspired will keep your kids busy while learning at the same time. There are several different ones to try including some free printables!
Looking for something different for you kids to hand out this year? Take a look at some of these awesome options. Several free printables are also included here, so save money and let your kids hand out the cool Valentines.
8 Interactive, Non-Candy Valentine’s from Amy’s Balancing Act – Ditch the candy this year, and let your child hand out something FUN!
Clever Cupid from Not Quite Super Mom – Be someone’s secret Valentine, their Clever Cupid, and deliver a little Valentine’s treat to friends.
10 Card Printables from Mommin’ in a Pinch – Skip the cards from the store and print your own from home! Then just add a little treat or toy for your child to hand out at school.
Cootie Cleaner Printable from Cenzerly Yours – Create a Cootie Cleaner with this printable and some hand sanitizer. Definitely a gift that keeps on giving.
Create a Cupid Art Valentine from Protecting Your Pennies – A mini paint and canvas gift with a free printable for your kids to hand out in class.
Valentine’s Cards for School from The Parttime Mama – Take a look at these creative cards for school that don’t have candy and you can order online!
These gift ideas aren’t just for your kids. Take a look at some options for your significant other and family members as well!
Gifts that Keep on Giving from Pellerini – Check out these different subscriptions boxes that you can gift to your significant other this year!
Valentine’s Books for Kids from Diapers and Cocktails – These 7 sweet books are great reads for your little ones this Valentine’s Day.
Gifts for Your Significant Other from Issa Mom – Personalized ideas for the love in your life.
365 DIY Valentine’s Gift from Taylor’s Treasures – Create 365 notes, promises, Bible verses, chores or whatever you want to gift to any loved one in your life.
Valentine’s Books for Toddlers and Young Children from Wild, Simple Joy – A few more book options because you can never have too many books.
Why Valentine’s Day is a big deal (even when she says it’s not) from Optimized Life – What to do (and what not to do) for your Valentine this year including some great gift ideas and interviews with real couples!
Chocolate Lollipop Treat from XOXO Erin Smith – Make these Valentine’s Day lollipops with chocolate and gummies. You kids are sure to love them!
Sweetheart Buddies from The Recipe Critic – Y’all know how much I love puppy chow/muddy buddies. Now you can try this awesome Valentine’s Day themed treat! (Or you can make my cookies & cream, pumpkin spice or peppermint mocha flavors. You choose!)
Valentine’s Popcorn from Gimme Some Oven – White chocolate popcorn with a colorful Valentine’s twist!
Valentine’s Day Saltine Toffee Bark from Happy Go Lucky Blog – The name itself sounds delicious!
One more for the road.
This last one doesn’t fit into any of the categories that I have listed, but it was too good not to share. I know there are lots of mommas out there like me that love to decorate for the holidays! Any chance I get to follow a theme is a win in my book.
Valentine’s Decorating Ideas for the Home from Keep it Glam – Take a look at her Valentine’s decor ideas that you can score on everyone’s favorite online store, Amazon! This tulip wreath above is just one of the adorable options she’s found!
Valentine’s Roundup Wrap up
I hope you enjoyed going through all of these fun Valentine’s themed posts with me! I love the holidays and finding small ways to celebrate always brings me joy!
A huge thanks to all the mommas and bloggers that shared their content with me to bring to y’all!
Don’t forget to clink on their links above to check out their creative ideas to use this year! Also pin the image below or at the top of this post for an easy way to come back later.
great post! I love the chocolate popcorn and Wreath Photo collage! I can’t wait to try out the chocolate popcorn
Right? That chocolate popcorn looks so good. My daughter keeps asking when we can make it!
Definitely gonna check out the printables! It’s a nice, less stressful art project for this impatient mama lol
Yes girl. I’m all for free printables. It’s also great when my daughter’s friends come over and they want to color or paint. I just print something out and send them on their way!
My daughter is realltly starting to get into crafts. I’m sure she’ll really love these. Bookmarking for later! 🙂
Wonderful! Sounds like your daughter and mine have a lot in common. We’re always doing crafts these days!
Thanks for including my treats xoxo such an awesome round up! One I’ll be going back to again and again for inspo! ❤️
Thank you so much for sharing with me! I can’t wait to make those with my little girl. She keeps asking when we’ll go to the store to get the gummies!
Lovely artsy craftsy ideas
Thank you! Me too!
Thanks for including my easy DIY art project! This is a great list of Valentine’s Day ideas!
Thank you for sharing it with me and allowing me to include it in my round up! I love the creativity!
Thank you for so many great ideas! Can’t wait to try some of crafts and treats with the kids!
I hope you find something fun from the list! So many things to try!
My daughter is starting to love popcorn, so that Valentines popcorn would be fun to make. I also like the photo heart wreaths and the activity trays. This is a great Valentines roundup post. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you! I’m glad you like it and I hope y’all have fun creating this year!
Wonderful ideas, that tulip wreath is to die for!
Right? I feel like I need that tulip wreath for all of spring!
Nice ideas I will try chocolate popcorn for sure and will try few crafts mentioned here
I’m glad you like them! I hope you get to try something this year!
This is a great list! My daughter and I LOVE that wreath! So pretty! 🙂
Right? That wreath is AMAZING! I’m thinking about purchasing it to keep up all spring!
There are some great ideas. I like the idea of a beautiful wreath, however if I do any Valentine craft it will be at work and will be the colouring sheets.
Some years I have big plans for crafts and treats and all that actually happens are the coloring sheets. And that’s okay! It’s still fun!