Easy Kid’s Valentine Ideas

By February 2, 2017 Uncategorized No Comments


If you’re the mom (or dad) of a school-age child, chances are there is a school Valentine’s Day party in your child’s future. And if the thought of all those adorable Valentine’s crafted by some stay-at-home, Pinterest crazy, mom-of-the-year is enough to send your nerves into overdrive…don’t sweat it! We’ve got you covered!!!

We’ve rounded up our favorite Pinterest ideas – heck – we even threw in a few of our own original ideas for good measure (and shameless advertising purposes)! These easy peasy adorable Valentine’s are perfect for the classroom and sure to send your nomination for “Room Parent” straight to the top! Be sure to click on all of the links in red because most of these ideas include easy-to-download printable templates for the artwork…awesomesauce!


Bubble Valentine (from The Nerds Wife)


Bunny Snack Crackers
(from Craftiness Is Not Optional)


Crush Valentine
(from Farmgirl Chaos)

What you’ll need:

  • Colored Paper Straws (available at Hatchlings & Hens – and only $1 for a pack of 24!)
  • Crush brand flavored singles packets (the kind you add to bottled water)
  • 8 1/2″ x 11″ Natural Colored Card-Stock (available at Hobby Lobby in the scrapbooking section)
  • Color Printer
  • Handheld Hole Punch
  • Scissors
  • Crush Valentine Template (download here)
  • Double-sided Tape

Download and print the valentine template on your color printer and cut them out individually. Using the hole punch, punch a hole on the top and bottom of the word “Crush” – this will create a spot for the straw to slide through. Insert one straw in each valentine through the holes you created with the hole punch. Using the double-sided tape, tape one Crush packet on each Valentine. Have your child write a message to their friend and sign their name on the back! Voila!

Cutie Valentine
(from Pretty Providence)


Lego Crayon Valentine
(from Hatchlings & Hens)

What you’ll need:

  • Recycled Lego Crayons (available at Hatchlings & Hens – $1 each)
  • Clear Cellophane Treat Bag or Snack Size Zip-loc Baggies
  • White Cardstock (available at Hobby Lobby or any office supply store)
  • Stapler
  • Printer
  • Lego Valentine Template (download here)

Print the Lego Valentine Template onto cardstock and cut each label out. Fold each label in half. Have your child sign their name and write a message to their friends on the back of the template. Place one crayon in each bag and fold to close or zip-loc. Sandwich the top of the bag between the folded Lego Valentine template and staple at each end to secure to bag.  Done and done!

Paint Chip Bookmark
(from Hatchlings & Hens)

What you’ll need:

  • Paint Chip Strip (available for FREE at most home improvement stores – we like shades of red and pink)
  • Heart Punch (available at Hobby Lobby)
  • Handheld Hole Punch
  • Pink or Red Ribbon (1/4″ works best)

Using your Heart Hole Punch, punch a heart centered in each block of color on the paint chip, skipping the top block. Using your Handheld Hole Punch, punch a hole in the center of the top color block. Cut your ribbon in 6-8″ strips. Fold your ribbon in half and loop the ribbon through the hole you created in the top color block. Have your child sign their name and write a message on the back of each bookmark. Cute, cute, cute!

Scrabble Valentine
(from Positively Splendid)


S’More Valentine
(from Little Peanut Mag)


Teddy Graham Valentine
(from Hatchlings & Hens)

What you’ll need:

  • Teddy Grahams
  • Clear Cellophane Treat Bags
  • Red Raffia (available at Hobby Lobby)
  • Handheld Hole Punch
  • Color Printer
  • Teddy Graham Valentine Template (download here)

Place desired amount of Teddy Grahams in the treat bag. Tie shut using a small amount of the red raffia. Download and print the Teddy Graham Valentine Template. Cut out each individual tag and punch a hole in the upper corner. Tie the tag to the cellophane bag using one of the strands of the raffia that is already attached to the bag. Now go hug your kid! :-)




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