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Make your own playdough and dye it shades of red and pink using raspberries, beets and bluebrries. And if the kids eat some of it, no biggie! Get the instructions here.
Show the world your love with these cute window catchers. Creating this effect is easy, just apply coloured glue to wax paper. Get the instructions: Squishy-Cute DesignsPhoto: Squishy-Cute Designs via Pinterest
A craft you can eat is the best kind! Add some love to your hot chocolate with these yummy marshmallow hearts. They aren’t as tricky as you might think, promise. Get the instructions here.
Wear your heart on your head with these adorable headbands. Get the instructions here.
Here’s a cute craft that’s fun to make and give away. Hang it on the wall or from a doorway like mistletoe. They’re great dangling from a backpack, too. Get the instructions: Kiwi CratePhoto: The Kiwi Crate via Pinterest
Give cards a special touch these whimsical heart stamps. They’re made from paper towel rolls, which is a recycling win. You could decorate giftwrap with this stamper, too. Get the instructions: Kiwi CratePhoto: Kiwi Crate via Pinterest
Get foxy with these these sweet valentines. They’re made from supplies you can grab at the dollar store. Get the instructions: Live Craft LovePhoto: Darie via Pinterest
Send a pop of love with this artsy expression. Get the instructions: Arty Crafty KidsPhoto: Arty Crafty Kids via Pinterest
This sensory craft packs a lot of longterm playability. Plus, how pretty is that falling confetti and glitter? Get the instructions: Natural Beach LivingPhoto: Natural Beach Living via Pinterest
Shaving cream is not just for your face! Turns out it creates a pretty marbled effect when used for art projects. Get the instructions: Hello, WonderfulPhoto: Hello, Wonderful via Pinterest
This folky craft is a great way to practice sewing skills, which is a great life skill and an oddly satisfying task. Get the instructions: Red Ted ArtPhoto: I Heart Crafty Things via Pinterest
OK, so you probably don’t want to make 30 of these, but a few would be fun. Those are clear plastic ornaments tucked into the base of a red Solo cup. Get the instructions: Sprinkle Some FunPhoto: Sprinkle Some Fun via Pinterest