Valentine Printable Colouring Page Bookmarks is a paid collaborative post with Epson as I am an #EpsonAbassador. These free Valentine’s Day colouring page bookmarks will give you a way to keep the kids busy. I designed them as a free printable to showcase the Epson Ecotank printer and they take seconds to print, so you’ll be all set to go in just a few minutes of time.
Looking for valentine craft and activities for kids? Well look no further I a complete resource of them all in one place for you here. As I do more I will make sure that they are added, so make sure you pin or bookmark this page. I love learning, creating, making and baking seasonally and you might not celebrate valentine’s day, but love is forever eternal.
These adorable simple fingerprint heart ornaments are made using baking soda clay and are perfect for valentine’s day. They are a really easy kid craft and inexpensive to make and make great valentines keepsakes or gifts. We are using ours as part of our valentines cards but they also make ace Christmas ornaments or for Mother’s Day.
As my boys’ get older encouraging them to be creative is becoming harder and hard but they both loved making these DIY etched wooden heart keyrings perhaps it had something to do with the fact that they were using a burning tool! I am warning you this is so addictive we now want to etch everything that is wooden! So hold on to your hats folks as this is a great craft for older kids and adults alike.
Have you ever tried to make paper beads necklace? This was our first attempt at them and I am already sure it will not be our last. We have had some great fun making paper beads from leftover wrapping paper this week. It is a super fun activity that is perfect for working on fine motor skills with kids.
We have another fantastic valentines keepsake for you today with these beautiful heart cutout tealight holders made with microwaveable clay. Yes, clay that you can dry in the microwave. We are totally in love with this stuff and it is perfect for things that are vertical as it is a lot lighter than standard air-drying clay, so there is no droop!
How beautiful are these heart jar luminaries? February is a dark month here in the UK, so anything that can add a little joy or light is a great thing in my book. These heart jar luminaries are an inexpensive way to brighten up the month and a simple kids craft perfect for valentine’s day. Plus they are a super way to use up any glass jars that you have.