Make Valentines With Your Kids
By Nicole Dean
Hearts and Hands ValentineHere’s what you need:
- Construction paper (two different colors)
- A pencil
- 1. Trace your child’s hand on a piece of construction paper with a pencil and then cut it out.
- 2. Draw a heart small enough to fit on the hand with a pencil and cut it out.
- 3. Glue the heart to the front of the hand.
- 4. Have your child write a special message inside the heart. "Happy Valentine’s Day, Grandma! I love you with all my heart!"
Prim ValentineHere’s what you need:
- Brown paper bag
- Hole punch
- Red or pink ribbon or yarn (about 1/4" works best)
- 1. Use a pencil to trace a large heart on a brown paper bag. Cut out the heart. You can use fancy scalloped scissors (like the ones used for scrapbooking) to jazz up the heart!
- 2. Make a series of holes around the edge of the heart using a hole punch. The number of holes isn’t important, but be sure to make it an even number.
- 3. String the ribbon or yarn through the holes starting at the bottom of the heart working your way up. Tie the end pieces (which meet at the top of the heart) into a bow.
- 4. Have your child write a message on the inside of the heart or use stickers to decorate it and write the To: and From: on the back.
You’ve probably had your child make special cards for a loved ones birthday. Why not for other special days, like Valentine’s Day? Nothing says "I love you" like a homemade card, especially from a child. Be sure to remember special people to have your child make Valentine’s for, like elderly neighbors and friends that have moved away.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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