I bet you’ve got some paper plates sitting in your cupboard? Why not turn them into something truly beautiful with this simple but totally gorgeous Heart Suncatcher Craft! This is a super idea for Valentine’s Day and is simple enough for toddlers but pretty enough to appeal to big kids too.
Kids and vast quantities of TP rolls seem to go hand in hand! Why not turn all those cardboard tubes into beautiful Heart Garlands? These heart chains are a lovely way to decorate for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and parties.
Children will have loads of fun making this YOU’VE CAUGHT MY HEART – Paper Plate Heart Craft. It’s adorably cute and just perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Grandparent’s Day and Teacher Appreciation Day, in fact any day when you want to share a bit of love around!
Do you fancy making a head start on your Valentine’s preparations? These JEWELLED HEART SUNCATCHERS are so pretty! This is an easy recycled craft for kids and they make lovely gifts. A great craft for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and all year round!
Are you a button lover? I am totally addicted! These SNAZZY JAZZY BUTTON BRACELETS will get you oohing and aahing for sure. It’s a great sewing project for kids and for fun loving grown ups too!
Are you looking for something a bit special and unusual to do with the kids for Valentine’s Day? We’ve got a super sweet painting activity the kids are going to LOVE. It’s glossy, it’s colourful, it’s full of hearts and it’s finger licking good fun! Come and check out our Wax Resist Sugar Wash Painting.
Are you looking for a new way for the kids to paint? Pipette Drip Painting is such a fun alternative to painting with brushes. It’ s super quick and easy to set up, is open ended and allows kids to develop fine motor skills, and explore colour mixing and pattern making. We’ve been using the technique to make gorgeous hearts, perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Who doesn’t love a pretty suncatcher on the window? These heart suncatcher mosaics are about as colourful as a suncatcher can get and look gorgeous! It’s a great craft for kids of all ages and can be made simple or more challenging to match their level.