Easy Love Bug ValentinesJanuary 29, 2017 / byMelissa / Categories : Feeds
This Valentine’s Day, kids will enjoy making Easy Love Bug Valentines for friends and family.
Simple Love Bug Valentines
If your kids enjoy making homemade Valentines, they will love this one! Created with colored card stock, a heart paper punch, and a simple black marker, this love bug card is easy and fun. It’s perfect for home, school, daycare, or scouts. We made several to share with friends.
Related: If you think love bugs are adorable, you will want to check out these cool Pinecone Love Bugs!
To Make This Craft You Will Need
- pink, purple, and white cardstock
- adhesive small wiggly eyes
- black marker
- heart paper punch
- glue stick
After gathering supplies, invite kids to punch 3 hearts from different colored card stock. We used purple and pink, but of course kids can choose any color they wish. After the hearts are punched out, invite kids to cut out 1 small circle. They can also fold 1 single sheet of card stock to make their card.
Glue the hearts and circles onto the card. Invite kids to draw legs, a mouth, and antennae to the love bug.
Press 2 small wiggly eyes to the love bug’s face, then write a personal message inside of the card!
More Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids
Click the links below to view more of our popular Valentine’s Day Crafts for kids.
This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Kids Activities Blog
You may like
I’m very excited to announce my partnership with Sizzix+Free Spirit Fabrics to bring you the Sew Sweetness Maker’s Challenge! The winner will be randomly drawn from all entries received, and the prize is a bundle of Free Spirit fabric, Sizzix Big Shot Plus Machine, and the NEW FALL Sew Sweetness dies to be launched in […]read more
I’ve had pleasing results from the Cashmerette patterns I’ve used so far, but they have been designed for knits. The Springfield top was my first foray into a Cashmerette pattern that was designed for wovens. From the Cashmerette website: Make room in your closet for the Springfield Top! This woven shell is ideal for layering under… Continue reading Cashmerette Springfield topread more
Today i’m going to show you how to sew the waistband and placket of the Matilda dress! I find this part of the dress construction to be the most exciting – it’s when we join the bodice and skirt together and it finally starts to look like a dress! Ready to sew? Lets do it! […]
The post How to sew the waistband and placket // A Matilda dress tutorial appeared first on megan nielsen design diary.read more