Valentine's Day is just around the corner, so before I share the crafts we're working on this year I thought I'd do a round-up post of the crafts we've created previously on Little Lovely.
These Valentine's Day Scratch cards were a huge hit - and especially sweet because the message could be personalised based on recipient.
If you decide to make these, be sure you do a test run as different brands of ingredients (washing liquid and paint) can require different ratios to work properly.
Mike loved receiving this hug arm band from Hunter. The simple construction steps make it a perfect craft for toddlers and preschoolers.
The heart hand stamp was another popular craft. Again, it's simple and great for smaller children.
Older kids may want to think of incorporating this project into a more complex craft. (We've made multiple hand stamped hearts and used them as petals on a larger flower.)
If a sweet treat is 'required' as part of your Valentine's Day craft these Valentine's Day Lollipop flowers could be for you! The link also provides directions for a toddler friendly version.
Finally, a Valentine's Day garland is a pretty way to decorate in preparation for the 14th February and would look lovely in a variety of pretty colours.
Drop by over the next week to see our 2014 Valentine's Day crafts.
Will you be making Valentine's Day crafts? If so, I'd love for you to share them in the comments below.