12 Easy Valentine Crafts for Toddlers & Preschoolers You’ll Treasure


Valentine crafts for kids, chock-full of hearts, pink-ness and cuteness, are fun to make with the kids, and lovely to receive too! These easy Valentine crafts for toddlers and preschoolers are perfect for those little hands. What’s not to love?!

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These fun fruity Valentines treats for kids make a great choice for lunchboxes or a healthy afternoon snack – plus, they’re all really cute!


Fun Valentine Crafts for Toddlers

#1. Handprint Art

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Image: Activity Village

We love the simplicity of this Valentine craft from Activity Village, which is ideal for young hands, and perfect if you’re pressed for time also!

#2. Mosaic Heart

These cute Mosaic Hearts by No Time For Flash Cards are great for improving the scissor skills of your preschooler, but also could be used as a toddler craft, once you help and cut the paper in advance.


Image via No Time For Flash Cards

#3. Heart-Shaped Stamps

Have the kids create some cute Valentines cards/pictures using a heart-shaped potato stamp, and some paint – Noe Place Like Home have full instructions over on their blog.

Heart potato stamp

Image via Noe Place Like Home

#4. Stained Glass Hearts

Great activity for younger kids, who will love tearing tissue paper and glueing to make these cute stained glass hearts from Parentdish.co.uk.

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Image via Parentdish.co.uk

#5. Valentine Heart Stamps

These Valentine Heart Stamps by Rust & Sunshine couldn’t be easier – all you will need is a toilet roll, tape, and some red paint. Then let the kids make a picture/decorate cards as gifts for Dad/Mom. Ingenious recycling!

Toilet roll heart stamp

Image via Rust & Sunshine

#6. Heart Person

How cute is this little guy?! Make a Heart Person using some paper or card.

  • Cut out a large heart using either paper or card
  • Decorate as you wish using either colours or stick on goggly eyes
  • Cut 4 strips of paper and fold them accordion style to create arms and legs
  • Glue them on to finish your heart person.
  • Further embellish by adding heart hands and feet

Valentine Crafts for Kids Heart Pepole

How about making a few heart people and turning them into valentine bunting?

Watch how to make this and 2 other cute Valentines Crafts

#7. Button Valentine Heart

Using a variety of buttons, card paper and some glue, have the kids create these cute Button Valentine Hearts from Hands On As We Grow. This is a good activity to help your toddlers learn their colour names and sorting.

Button heart craft

Image via  Hands On As We Grow

#8. Easy Scribble Valentines

This Easy Scribble Valentine activity from What We Do All Day is perfect for your toddler. Have them scribble on a large sheet of paper then cut out heart shapes to make Valentines cards, or stick to card paper to make a keepsake picture.

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Image via What We Do All Day

#9. Pretty Valentine Tree

Toddlers and preschoolers will love this fun and messy Pretty Valentine Tree craft from scrumdilly-do.


Image via scrumdilly-do

#10. Tissue Paper Hearts

Scrunch up some colourful tissue paper, and stick to a heart shaped piece of card to make these Tissue Paper Hearts from Fun At Home With Kids. Nice and easy for little hands.

Tissue Paper Hearts

Image via Fun At Home With Kids

Recommended Reading: Valentine Jam Tarts

#11. Love Bugs

Your little ones will love making these adorable Love Bugs from The Idea Box using simple craft materials.

Love Bugs

Image via The Idea Box

#12. Handprint Love Bug

These simple Handprint Love Bugs by Crafty Morning are cleverly made using your child’s handprint for the body, and some heart-shaped cutouts as wings.

Love Bug Handprint

Image via Crafty Morning

Have you any further ideas for Valentine crafts for younger kids? Leave a comment below and let us know – we’d love to hear from you!


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