Valentine’s Day is such a fun day! Take the opportunity to yes, make it fun for your kids and friends, but to truly find ways of expressing your love and appreciation for those in your life. It is a beautiful thing to develop and culitivate real relationships and you can use this day as an excuse to do so.
Well, enough serious sappiness – let’s get on with a fun aspect of Valentine’s Day! It is a super fun time for kids to exchange greetings and the best are the homemade kinds!
We have our Valentine’s Ideas on our DIY Gallery (and recipes on our Recipe Gallery) and just click on the holiday tab and see what goodies you can find that we have made. But there are thousands of cool ideas out there and so we wanted to round-up a bunch of cute goodies for you in this post to help gain more ideas or inspiration!
Before we share 19 ideas found around the web, check out these ideas and free printables that we have shared in past years on our site!
Just click on the picture and you will be taken right to the Valentine’s idea!
Monster Valentines Day Cards by Crafts by Amanda
Scratch Off Valentines Day Cards by Crafts by Amanda
EOS Lip BalmGao Valentines Day Cards by Dawn Nicole
Color by Number Valentine by A Mom’s Take
Pixy Stick Valentines by Crafting in the Rain
Orange You Glad Valentines by Crafting in the Rain
Berry Juice Valentines by A Mom’s Take
You Amaze Me Valentine by A Mom’s Take
Watercolor Valentines Day Cards by Carolyn’s Homework
Simple Heart Valentine Card by Mod Podge Rocks Blog
Free Printable Valentines Day Cards by A Spectacled Owl
Mustache Valentines by The Joys of Boys
Wheelie Valentine For Boys by A Mom’s Take
Homemade Pencil Valentine Craft For Kids by Club ChicaCircle
Disney Frozen Olaf Free Printable Valentines by Mom Endeavors
Pirate Sucker Valentines by The Joys of Boys
You Make My Heart Glow Valentines Cards by Saving with Shellie
Cute and Easy Mouse Valentines Day Cards by 7 On A Shoe String
Mason Jar Valentines by The Country Chic Cottage
Which idea above is your favorite! They are all fun and cute, but I think mine is the “Orange You Glad We’re Friends” and then you can couple that with the orange slices candy, or real cuties or mandarin oranges or orange flavored pops! Your turn to share! So many ideas and inspirations!
Last year, we made these cute 3-D pops valentine cards and bookmarks from scrapbook paper!
And for many ideas from cards, treats, decor, etc. Check out this post: