I love all things Valentines-y! Pink and red are 2 of my favorite colors and who can resist smiling when they receive a handmade Valentine. Hearts make everything extra sweet and my personal favorite….. chocolate galore! Today’s Bewitchin’ Features are sweet snack ideas for Valentine’s Day that have been linked up to last few link parties. . . . . .
Valentine’s Day Crafts for Kids
It’s time for another Read and Play blog hop – this time the theme is Valentine’s Day! All the participating bloggers have chosen a Valentine’s book to share along with a craft or activity inspired by it. We have chosen the book titled, A String of Hearts* by Laura Malone Elliott. The craft we made based . . . . .
Looking for a creative Valentine to make and give to someone or perhaps for a classroom Valentine’s Day exchange? I’m excited to tell you that we are taking part in a DIY Valentine blog hop with 55+ other bloggers! We invite you to browse all the fun ideas added at the end of this post . . . . .
Aren’t heart-shaped animal crafts the cutest?! Who knew there were so many ways to use different sized hearts to make everything from fish to owls! Have a light table? Check out the fun animals you can make on it or have fun playing with a puppet. I adore the cute food ideas and might try . . . . .
Did you see the origami heart bookmarks we made? Today I am sharing the origami pocket hearts and lollipop/sucker wrappers we also made. Up first are the pocket hearts. These were easy enough for Big Brother to make it all by himself. They form a pocket which you can somewhat see in the photo below. . . . . .
Aren’t these cute? This clothespin butterfly fun food idea is perfect for Valentine’s Day. I made them for my cutie pies – they love fun surprises like this! Supplies needed: Clothespins Pipe Cleaners Valentine’s baggies (or use clear) I found ours at Dollar Candy or a different snack of choice How to make the clothespin . . . . .
Hi, I’m Amanda!
Welcome to our blog! My kids and I LOVE all things artsy. This is the place where we share our creative journey. A mix of kids crafts, play activities, & Mommy DIY....we hope you'll take a peek & stay awhile.
We had 3 paper towel tubes that I wanted to incorporate into some kind of stacking or learning game. I ended up turning the into 2 different DIY Math Games – tallest tower and toss-n-tally. The math games involved counting, measuring, and adding. How to make the cardboard tube stacking rings Supplies Needed: 3 paper . . . . .
We had fun making a few plastic bottle crafts! The first one we are sharing is great for Despicable Me fans since it is based off a character from the movie – Stuart. My kids can’t wait to see the new Minions movie. Have you seen the trailer? It looks funny! In the meantime, my . . . . .