DIY Kids' Valentines

Posted on 02/11/2013

Little kids love to show some love when Valentine's Day rolls around. This year instead of buying a box of perforated mass produced Valentines, help your child get creative with one of these DIY ideas.

Blooming Heart Lollipops
Turn low-cost round lollipops into blooming hearts with some help from Cut out hearts using pink construction paper and attach green construction paper leaves to the lollipop stick. Affix the heart to each lollipop and your child will have something sweet to give to classmates.

Super Hero Valentines
Valentines don't have to be all hearts and roses. Superhero-themed Valentines are perfectly capable of spreading messages of love. Head to to download free super hero templates. Print them off, cut them out and attach them to tootsie pops for a completed Valentine.

Valentine Goodie Bags
Turn ordinary plastic bags into adorable Valentine's Day gifts when you customize and print bag toppers from DIY network. Pop in a few of your favorite candies, attach the bag topper and your DIY treat is complete.

Valentine Surprise Balls
Want a truly unique DIY Valentine? Blogger Kersey at explains how to make Valentine Surprise Balls using crepe paper, scissors and double sided tape. It's a fun way to package small trinkets and candy.

Heartbreaker Valentines
These Heartbreaker Valentines prove that February 14 isn't reserved for pink and red. Use the free printable templates at Get the kids involved with coloring the hearts, cutting them out and stapling them together. Fill each one with a special treat.

By Alison Storm

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