Posts Tagged "valentine’s day"

Valentine’s Day Heart Candy Photo Frame Craft

Celebrate the ones you love with this easy-to-make Valentine’s Day heart picture frame craft. This art activity is simple for your child to create, and doubles as a cute gift for grandma, grandpa or your other much-loved family and friends. Materials: Candy conversation hearts Clear-drying school glue Cardboard Tempera paint A paintbrush Scissors A marker Tape A photo Optional: glitter Instructions: Draw a shape onto the cardboard. Your child can make a heart-shaped frame or go with an easier option such as a square or rectangle. Cut the shape out. Draw a window inside of the shape for the picture....

Valentine’s Day Parent-Child Heart Art

You can’t keep a kiss. Or, can you? Make a memory this Valentine’s Day with a cute craft that you and your child can do together. Play dress-up with some of mommy’s makeup and give your kiddo a mini makeover (lipstick only). Use those lipstick-coated kisses to make a sweet art activity that you can save forever. Materials: Red or pink lipstick White or pink card stock paper A marker Scissors Instructions: Cut the card stock into hearts. Fold the paper in half, starting the heart at the bottom of the fold. Cut upwards, making half of a heart (the...

Valentine’s Day Heart Pillow Craft

Valentine’s Day crafts are all about the heart. Literally! This easy no-sew fabric project is simple enough for children as young as 3-years to try. Use craft felt to make a pretty pillow for a doll’s bed, a decoration or a sweet treat holder. Create a basic version or dress up the heart pillow with glitter, sequins and more! Materials: Craft felt in Valentine’s Day colors (pink, red or purple) Scissors A marker A hole punch Optional: Clear school glue, glitter, sequins, fabric pens Instructions: Fold an 8x10-inch sheet of craft felt in half. Make the heart any size that...