25 {Lovely} Homemade Valentines

January 22, 2017   /   byLiz  / Categories :  Feeds
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Homemade valentines are the best kind because they are made with love! These easy homemade valentines would be perfect for friends and family or to take to school. Every kid loves getting fun valentines on Valentine’s Day so be sure to check out these 25 Homemade Valentines!

Make sure you also download our free Valentine coloring pages for lots of kid friendly coloring.

25 {Lovely} Homemade Valentines

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Super Cute Homemade Valentines

homemade valentines

  • You’re A Hoot!  – This cute owl valentine is easy for your kids to make themselves and can hold a pixie stick or a pencil! -via Kids Activities Blog
  • Get happy and tap into kids creativity with these colorful Watercolor Valentines. -via Smart Schoolhouse
  • Playdough Valentine – Make a batch of homemade playdough and wrap up a small sampling with a cookie cutter and the recipe.  -via Buggy and Buddy.
  • Tell your valentine “You Have the Write Stuff” with this pencil valentine. Bonus: Comes with a FREE printable too! -via A Mom’s Take
  • Sock Valentine  – This valentine is cute and useful!  Give them a pair of cool socks with a note that “We’re Quite A Pair!”  -via Play Eat Grow.
  • Kids will have so much fun making these silly “I’ve Had My Eye On You” homemade valentines with googly eyes. -via Rae Ann Kelly
  • We can’t get enough of these Extra Awesome Valentines! -via Crafting Chicks
  • Car Painted Cards – Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons has a fun tutorial for all the car fans.

Make the Best Valentines for Kids

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  • Peppermint Patty Valentine – Donning the phrase “Be Cool” this yummy valentine from A Farm Girl Dabbles is easy for kids to make themselves.
  • Want a homemade valentine idea that isn’t so girly? Check out these Love Bug Valentines. -via Dandee
  • Monster Push Pops – These amazing monster valentine’s from Repeat Crafter Me come with a free printable and are the perfect non-mushy gift!
  • It won’t just be their little hearts racing when kids make these Matchbox Cars Valentines for Valentine’s Day. -via Love and Lion
  • Let classmates know they’re special with these Minion Valentines. Now suddenly I want a twinkie. -via Crafty Morning
  • Squishy Heart Valentine – Kids will love this fun sensory valentine!  B-Inspired Mama shows us the secret ingredient to this squishy heart.
  • Here’s an easy homemade valentine for kids to make — Fishbowl Valentine — using goldfish crackers. -via The Gracious Wife
  • Minecraft Valentine  – For the Minecraft fans, Chica Circle has a free printable for you!  Just print and wrap it around a box of conversation hearts.
  • This “You Make My Heart POP” homemade valentine doubles as a quick and easy after school snack that’s not candy on Valentine’s Day. -via A Day in Candiland
  • GoGo Squeez Valentine – The perfect yummy valentine for all toddlers from That’s What Che Said.

Fun Valentines Your Kid Can Make

homemade valentines

  • Goldfish Cracker Valentine – If you’re looking for a treat that doesn’t involve candy, About A Mom has an idea for you.
  • Bouncy Ball – Tell your valentine they make your “heart bounce” with this free printable valentine tag from The Crafting Chicks.
  • You Make My Heart Glow! – Give your valentine a glow stick this year and add this free printable from The Teacher Wife.
  • An iPod Valentine – This cute valentine looks just like an iPod with Hershey kisses for the ear buds! -via Keeping It Simple
  • Bumblebee Printable  – Here is a free printable valentine your kids can make. -via Kids Activities Blog
  • Have fun making this Valentine Pencil-holder – A free printable is included to make this adorable “write for me” note. -via Crystal and Company.
  • Kids will have fun making and handing out this super cute Bubble Gum Printable Valentine that you just have to see! -via Smart School House!

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