We found ourselves on a hunt for Valentine’s Day activities you could do with your kids at home that weren’t too intimidating and we think we found a few that work for a number of age groups!
- 2 and up: bird feeder, dot marker hearts, valentine’s votive
- 10 and up: valentine’s day globes, heart tree tutorial, valentine’s wreath, crayon hearts (all of these call for “hot” glue and or an iron so hence the 10 and up)
Of course these are just our guesstimates… you know what your kid can and cannot handle!
We (Julie and Amy) find these to be DARLING… However our fellow POP Partner (Michelle) is not a fan of paint swatch arts and crafts… whatever floats your boat folks! I’m laughing at the thought of Michelle seeing me promote these on our blog… oh the control I have… moooooooooooooohahahahah! All you need to recreate this magic is to high-jack some swatches from your local hardware store, ribbon, and a heart hole puncher. Nailed it!
Here’s some more Valentine’s all three of us agree upon:
From the valentine magnifying glass to the lolli valentine and butterfly valentine we are loving all of these for a number of reasons but our faves might just be the simplicity of the Kraft Paper Cookie Bag Valentines. Have your child make one special just for you to save for keepsakes.
Don’t forget we’re giving away a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop to one lucky reader. All you have to do to enter to win is a leave a comment on any post this week.
Where to Find it:
snow globe valentines