9 Sweet & Adorable Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids are not just for Valentine’s Day. These heart crafts can be made and given to those they love any time of year. Think of birthdays, mother’s day, father’s day, grandparent’s day, or any other time someone needs a special surprise.

Have some fun with the kids with these exciting and creative heart-shaped crafts. Keep them all in shades of red or pink, or mix it up with the person’s favorite color.

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They are suitable for all ages and can be done with kids at home or in school or nursery. I hope you have fun trying them out.

Love hearts are almost synonymous with Valentine’s Day celebrations. Therefore, it only fits that many crafts are heart-shaped in nature. This is a collection of some very easy valentine’s hearts crafts for kids to do.

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids

Click on individual source links to see the full tutorial for that specific valentine’s heart craft.

Puppy Love Valentine's Day Preschool Heart Craft

Puppy Love Preschool Heart Craft from Katie at Preschool Inspiration

It’s as easy as cutting out heart shapes. Just look at the picture and see that the face, nose, and ears are all hearts! Construction paper is such a great medium to use.

Shape penguin with 3D heart craft for Valentine's Day #ValentinesDaycraft #penguins #penguincraft #heartcraft

Shape Penguin with 3D Heart Craft from Stef at Non-Toy Gifts

Everyone will love this little penguin. You can add words of love to each of the heart sides that make his belly. He is just so adorable. Make him as an ornament, a stand-up prop, or put on a card.

two cardboard heart shapes wrapped with pink and red crepe paper streamers

Wrapped Hearts – Kids Valentine’s Day Craft from Daisies & Pie

Tissue paper is so easy to use with this Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids. Luckily if you tear tissue paper, it adds a little texture and looks great. If you have kids who are not ready to wrap it around, tear up the paper and paste it right on the heart form.

Make it easy and buy some supplies

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids

Valentine’s Day Heart Man Craft for Kids from Kim at The Resourceful Mama

Super easy and super cute Valentine Hearts Craft for Kids. Again construction paper is the way to go. Here you have a great heart with some movement added in. Who can resist watching this guy wiggle?

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids
Tutorial | Source: Easy Peasy and Fun

Heart On a Paper Straw from Andreja at Easy Peasy and Fun

This heart on a straw is so forgiving of any imperfection. Think about mixing up the colors on each one and adding love words to the front or back of each heart piece.

Great Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids if you have left over yarn

Paper Plate Heart Sewing Craft from I Heart Crafty Things

As you can tell, you will probably need to do the home punches on this craft. Make sure not to have the holes too close to the edge and don’t have the kids pull the yard too tight.

Grab some construction paper and let's create a painted heart! This easy and fun Valentine's Day craft will make beautiful cards, festive decor, or just a fun afternoon project!

Painted Heart Paper Craft ~ Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids from Twitchetts

Kids love painting, and this craft has cutting, painting, and pasting all in one. Use a hole punch to make different shapes to add.

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids
Tutorial | Source: Fireflies and Mud Pies

Heart Hedgehog Craft for Kids from Fireflies and Mud Pies

Hedgehogs, hedgehogs, hedgehogs! You will want to make one too with your kids. These cute little guys are a great gift. Mix up the colors and have fun with them.

simple heart craft for toddlers

Simple Heart Craft for Toddlers from Hunny I’m Home DIY

Valentine Hearts Crafts for Kids can be really easy. Make it super easy with this one. Buy cut hearts out of different materials and glue.

Final Thoughts

Everyone loves heart crafts; it’s an easy way for a kid to express his love and appreciation when they don’t have the word for it. Feel free to change things up. Use different materials in different colors and experiment with different sizes.

You can’t go wrong with a heart as a gift.

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