Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts

2013 is bringing exciting changes to The Little Style File! Our new site will debut next week along with the announcement of our fabulous new contributors.  Today we are excited to introduce Heidi who is a Pinterest enthusiast and has put together a great round up of Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts!



What can be better than the colors red, pink and white? Or shimmering hearts, cupids, and arrows? Well, today I am so excited to share with all of you some sweet Kids Valentine’s Day Crafts that are suitable for all ages, including crafts for parents, too.

kids valentine's day crafts

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About Heidi

Heidi has recently become a stay at home mom to her daughter Elle (2) after working several years as a School Social Worker. Heidi enjoys hosting parties and play dates, buying accessories for her daughter, loves cupcakes, all things pink, enjoys finding inspiring ideas on Pinterest, and you can keep up with all her loves on Cherry Blossoms. Heidi, who is originally from the Midwest, recently moved with her family to Austin, Texas where she is embracing the southern charm. Connect with Heidi on twitter.


  1. Fabulous!!! I’m totally going to make the long distance hug!

  2. These look like some fun crafts!

  3. That little sequinned heart is just too sweet!
    Having moved to America from Australia just over a year ago my kids and I are still pretty new to Valentine’s Day but we’re excited about getting into the spirit of the day with lots of heart themed crafts. Last year my daughter and I made heart shaped sugar cookies for her pre-school buddies. My daughter dressed as a chef and we used a picture of her baking cookies as the label/card. The kids at pre-school loved them and it was a great way to introduce my daughter to all of the kids at pre-school that she didn’t already know. You can see them here:

  4. This year we’re going to make little crystal hearts for my daughter’s kindergarten friends. All you need is borax, pipe cleaners and boiling water. So simple but really effective. We made some up last week as larger pendants and they came out really well.

  5. Heart pendants made with Perler beads are cute and a pretty kid friendly project too. Here’s a look at some we made last Summer.
    Ok, enough bombarding you with heart themed craft projects! :)