Valentine’s Day Arts and Crafts For Toddlers

Marcel Stevens

Marcel Stevens

Marcel has over 12 years in journalism who enjoys writing, jogging, reading and tennis.

8 Adorable Valentines Day Crafts That'll Make Your Toddler Fall in Love With Arts and Crafts

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to get crafty with your little ones. It’s a great opportunity to spend quality time together and create something special that expresses love and appreciation. We love Valentine’s Day and all the fun crafts that come along with it! We especially adore crafting with our preschoolers, as they are so eager to learn and create. This year, we have a great collection of Valentine’s Day arts and crafts for toddlers  that are perfect for little hands. From paper hearts to homemade cards, there is something for everyone in our collection.

We love getting creative with our little ones and Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to do it! Our collection of Kids Valentine’s Crafts grows each year and we are always looking for projects that are easier for preschoolers to make. We have put together a special selection of Valentine Crafts for Preschoolers that will be sure to bring out their inner artist. Not only are these activities great for developing fine motor skills, but they also provide an opportunity for bonding between parent and child.

These Valentine crafts are designed with toddlers in mind, so they don’t require any complicated materials or techniques. All you need is some basic craft supplies like construction paper, paper plates, glue sticks, markers, and scissors. Plus, many projects can be completed in just a few minutes! Whether you’re looking for something to do on Valentine’s Day or just want to add a bit of extra fun into your day-to-day routine, these Valentine crafts for toddlers are sure to bring smiles all around.

There are so many easy Valentine’s Day crafts for toddlers that will keep them entertained and help them create something special. With these easy Valentine’s Day crafts for toddlers, you can have fun creating something special with your little one this holiday season!

Here are a few more craft ideas for you and your toddler

Heart Suncatcher

One of the cutest and easiest crafts is the Heart Suncatcher from Happiness is Homemade. This craft requires minimal supplies, such as tissue paper, sequins, confetti, glitter, and anything else that sparkles. It’s a simple project that your toddler can do with minimal assistance from you. The end result is a beautiful suncatcher that will look great hanging in any window!

Easy Photo Valentine Wreath Craft

Another easy Valentine’s Day craft for toddlers is the Easy Photo Valentine Wreath Craft from Simple Everyday Mom. This craft uses conversation heart candies to create a unique wreath design. It’s an easy project that your toddler can do with just a few supplies like construction paper, glue, scissors, and candy hearts. Once it’s finished it will make a great keepsake for parents or grandparents to enjoy!

Cupcake Liner Heart

Gather red and pink cupcake liners, white cardstock, scissors, and glue. Have your toddler cut the cardstock into a heart shape and glue the cupcake liners onto it. Then, use a marker to draw a face on the heart. Once the glue has dried, you can hang it up as a Valentines Day decoration.

Fingerprint Love Notes

Start by gathering white cardstock, a black marker, and paint in either red or pink. Have your toddler use their thumb to make a fingerprint on the cardstock. Then, use the marker to draw eyes and a mouth on the fingerprint. Finally, write a special message like “I love you” or “Happy Valentines Day” on the card to finish it off.

Love Bug Paper Plate Craft

Start by gathering two paper plates, paint in either red or pink, googly eyes, and pom-poms. Have your toddler paint the paper plates in their chosen color and let them dry. Once dry, use the googly eyes and pom-poms to make a cute love bug. You can then hang the love bug up as a Valentines Day decoration. These are just a few fun Valentines Day crafts you can do with your little ones. It’s a great way to spend quality time together and create something special that expresses love and appreciation. So, get creative and make this Valentines Day one to remember.

Heart Stamp Art

With this easy DIY heart stamp art project from Fantastic Fun and Learning, even the littlest ones can join in on the creative fun. All you need are some foam heart stickers and clothespins to transform them into stampers. The clothespins make it easy for tiny hands to grasp and use, so your toddler can make their own unique artwork with ease.

The best part about this craft is that it’s completely customizable. You can choose any color of foam hearts you like, or even mix and match colors for a more vibrant look. Once your little one has stamped out their masterpiece, they can add glitter or other decorations to really make it shine. This craft is sure to be a hit with both parents and toddlers alike!

Hand Print Frame

Salt dough is the perfect material for crafting Valentine’s Day keepsakes with your toddler. It’s easy to mix and safe for kids, so you can create lasting memories together. Messy Little Monster has a great idea for a handprint frame that will preserve both your child’s handprint and a picture of them at the age when the print was taken.

This craft is sure to bring back fond memories every time you look at it. Not only will you have a physical reminder of how small their hands were, but also an image of them at that age. This makes it even more special as they grow older and their hands get bigger. The handprint frame is an excellent way to capture this moment in time and keep it forever.

XO Candy Heart

This Valentine’s Day, why not let your toddler create something special with candy hearts? It’s an easy craft that will provide hours of fun and a sweet finished product. Start by gathering large foam letters in the shape of an X and an O. Then, let your little one glue candy hearts onto the letters to make a colorful decoration. You can even add other decorations like glitter or ribbons for extra pizzazz.

Once your toddler is done decorating the X and O, you can hang them up as a festive reminder of love this Valentine’s Day. This craft is perfect for toddlers because it encourages creativity while also being simple enough for them to do on their own.

Family Time

No matter what ideas you choose for your Valentine’s Day craft project with the little ones, it will be an enjoyable activity that will bring your family together in a meaningful and creative way. Plus, the end result will be sure to make them feel appreciated and loved.

So set aside some time this Valentine’s Day and create something special with your family! After all, crafting is just as much about how you make it and who you do it with as it is about the final product.