From the crafty genius over at Scrumdilly-do!, this Heart-shaped Memory Game is fun to make and play with your kids this Valentine’s Day. Start by cutting hearts from a cereal box and then cover them with pretty scrap papers you have lying around the house or in the recycle bin. The best part is this game will live on long after V-Day!
If your box of spare buttons is overflowing and you have an eager toddler or preschooler ready for fun, this Valentine Heart Craft from Pink and Green Mama is just the project for you. Cut a heart from a cardboard box and let your little one go to town painting or coloring it in a festive color or colors. Then give her free reign with your buttons and some eco-friendly glue. And there you have it: One of the easiest Valentine’s Day decorations around.
If you love crafting sans kids too and can sew, here’s a project that you can make for your kids instead of with them. Susan Philips posted a tutorial for this handmade goodie bag on Momtastic. Create the bag using eco felt, stitch your child’s name or initial on the front, and fill it will sweet organic candy or homemade cookies.
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