Kid-Friendly Homemade Valentine Ideas


Hug and Handholding

Sending Valentines to grandparents who live far away, friends who’ve moved, or aunts and uncles in another town? Start with these hand-shaped valentines suggested by Martha Stewart – just trace your child’s hand and cut it out, and then decorate with candy, cute sayings, or your child’s artwork. Then enclose a squeeze from your child: Get a large roll of brown paper and have your child lay on it with his arms spread. Trace around his arms, head, and torso, and roll it up to “send a hug” (as Paging Supermom puts it).

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Sources

  • “Valentine Lollipop Cookies.” The Shine Project. (Jan. 27, 2013) http://www.myshineproject.com/2012/01/valentine-lollipop-cookies.html
  • “10 Homemade Gifts for Your Valentine.” Parentables. (Jan. 28, 2013)
  • "10 Simple Valentine Cards." Parentables. (Jan. 27, 2013) https://parentables.howstuffworks.com/take-charge/how-simplify-valentines-day.html
  • “Valentine Bookmarks.” Cohen Lane. (Jan. 28, 2013) http://www.cohenlane.com/2013/01/valentien-bookmarks.html
  • “Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids.” Martha Stewart (Jan. 28, 2013) http://www.marthastewart.com/274841/valentines-day-crafts-for-kids/@center/276967/valentines-day#269573
  • “Send a Hug.” Paging Supermom. (Jan. 28, 2013) http://www.supermommoments.com/2012/08/send-hug/

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