Whether you’re looking to surprise your partner with some heartfelt art, or in need of a last minute classroom party craft, we’ve pulled together some fun, simple, and low budget projects you can do together with your children in the comfort of your own home. Soak in the precious bonding moments, while encouraging creativity with your kiddos this Valentine’s Day to help them share the love.
Classic Valentine Cards
Nothing beats a handmade card from your little ones on special holidays. These unique folded heart cards offer a creative twist on this classic craft. Use a variety of pens, markers, crayons, or stickers to help them say “I love you” in their own unique way.
These adorable little dogs are easy and fun to make for the whole family! With nothing but googly eyes, pom-poms, and construction paper, this simple-yet-satisfying craft is a mess-free good time. Exercise your tykes’ imagination with different colors and textures, then use the finished products as a gift for family members or friends!
The kitchen is one of the best places to get creative and bond over a yummy recipe. Roll up your sleeves, crank up their favorite tunes, and get busy — these white chocolate pretzel bites are just as fun to make as they are to eat!
Little Love Bugs
Valentine’s Day celebration at school? These festive little treats make the perfect party favors. Requiring just a few simple household items — like clothespins, pipe cleaners, glue, and glitter (of course) — your child will feel brilliantly accomplished and proud to share these with friends!
No matter what you and your family decide to do this Valentine’s Day, we hope you’ll decide to share love with one another by creating memories to last a lifetime in the comfort of your Shea home.
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