7 DIY Valentines that are easy to make in bulk for your child’s classmates

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#1: Watercolor Valentines

My favorite type of Valentines are simple and sweet, and these understated yet beautiful watercolor Valentines fit the bill perfectly. You could use eco-friendly or recycled material to create these mini masterpieces. I love that there is no template, your kids can create whatever Valentines make them happy!

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+ A Daily Something

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#2: You Color My World Valentines

We have all made fun crayons from the broken pieces of our child’s collection – it’s just something that crafty mamas do! However, melting the crayons down in a heart shaped tin pumps it up a notch right in time for Valentine’s Day! If you have a large mini heart muffin tin, you can make a lot of these festive crayons in a matter of a few minutes. Give your child the job of breaking the crayons into small pieces, and you are ready to go! Add a cute little “You Color My World” tag and it’s a vibrant valentine!

+ You Color My World Valentines
+ Gettin’ By

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#3: Paint-chip Bookmark Valentines

Paint-chips are always a fun craft supply – oh the colors! If you check with your local home supply store and ask the paint clerk for outdated paint chips they always have a bin full of them! Choose paint-chips that are in reds and pinks – the colors of Valentine’s Day. Give your child a heart shaped paper punch and some ribbon and the Valentines almost make themselves. These are a simple offering that will most likely get used again and not tossed in the recycling bin.

+ Paint-Chip Bookmark Valentines
+ Domestic Duck

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#4: Bird-feeder Valentines

If your child’s classroom is full of nature lovers – these birdseed feeder Valentines will make their hearts sing. Once again, these can be made in muffin tins, making it easy to churn out a bunch of them at a time. Simply punch holes and thread with ribbon and you have a Valentine that is perfect for the (love) birds!

+ Bird feeder Valentines
+ This Moment is Good

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#5: Guitar Valentines

Want to make it really easy on yourself? Order one of these Guitar Valentine’s Day card kits and let your child make all of the Valentines this year. These are super cute, and they’ll make your kid the rock star of the classroom!

+ Guitar Valentines
+ Paper-Source

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#6 Fortune Valentines

Who doesn’t like to read their fortune? These adorable fortune Valentines are simple to create, but will make a big impact at the class Valentine’s Day party. I love that each fortune could be customized to each child – making it a Valentine that is very personal and fun!

+ Fortune Valentines
+ Design. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

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#7: Simple Valentines

If all else fails why not pick up a generic set of plain Valentine’s Day note-cards and let your child spruce them up with washi tape? It’s a super simple Valentine that can be customized for each child and a craft that your children can definitely do all by themselves! Perfection.

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