Another Valentines Day is fast approaching filled with candy hearts, boxes of chocolate and red roses–the symbols of the romantic season. If you’re like us, and you prefer to seek out alternative symbols of affection to give this holiday new life, take a look at some of our favorite Valentine crafts and activities, DIY style!
Here are a few kid-friendly activities:
These Heart Stamps by Rust and Sunshine are the perfect activity for even the littlest valentine in your life. All you need is a toilet paper roll, a scotch tape, red paint, and paper in order to make a home-made sweet surprise for any family member!
For the older kids, these Valentines Day Mad Libs by My Sisters Suitcase can be a fun gift to exchange at school.
If your honey has a sweet tooth, try these printables to make the occasion unique:
DIY Valentine Treat Bags by Twig and Thistle
Love You More Valentines Day Printable by The Sweetest Occasion
For the more rustic Valentine, check out the You and Me and a Carved Tree idea from The Dating Divas. It’s a romantic, yet “manly” way to show your affections!We also came across some wine cork art to stimulate your crafty side!
Wine Cork Heart from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Wine Cork Heart The Corner Apartment. The nifty thing about this collection of corks is that they didn’t require any paint! The purple progression comes from the natural tint of the variety of wines that stained them. If you don’t already have a collection going, maybe you can start stocking up corks for next year!Valentines Day doesn’t have to be cliche…spice it up this year!