This conversation heart caterpillar card is one of the easiest, mess-free Valentine’s Day crafts that we have ever made. It’s also inexpensive making it great for a group of kids to make for a Valentine’s Day party, a playgroup activity, or as a classroom craft.
Easy Conversation Heart Caterpillar Card Craft
- conversation heart stickers
- tiny googly eyes
We purchased the foam conversation heart stickers from Dollar Tree. You can also find them on Amazon here.
Fold a sheet of cardstock or construction paper to form a card.
Place stickers in a row on the front of the card to create the caterpillar’s body. You could use all different colored heart stickers, just one, or create a pattern.
If you do not have conversation heart stickers you can easily make your own. Use regular foam heart stickers that come in a variety of colors and write sayings on them. A quick internet search for conversation heart sayings can help you if you are stuck on what to write. My daughter loves being able to choose her own sayings!
Use a plain foam heart sticker to make the head at one of the ends. Glue on two mini googly eyes and draw a mouth. Use a marker to add legs to the bottoms of the hearts.
If you’d like, add a fun Valentine’s saying to the front of the card. Ask the kids to write a message on the inside.
More Conversation Heart Ideas For Kids:
Here’s a fun conversation heart activity for the Letter of the Week H.
Get the whole family involved in a thumbprint conversation heart art project.
Isn’t it cute? Instead of making a conversation heart caterpillar card, they could make a fun craft with other heart shaped things and items drawn around the sticker caterpillar.