10 Adorable DIY Valentine Card’s You Can Make with Your Child

What did we do before Pinterest? Finding unique ideas for the holidays was a major endeavour. Thankfully now we can scroll through amazing pictures to find just what we’re looking for — like these adorable Valentine’s! Prepare to be pinspired.

These little cereal boxes from Best Friends For Frosting are too cute! Add a little tag that says “I CEREALsy Like You!”

Seriously sweet without the sugar, these little Valentine’s are perfect for the class.

Gah! The cute!! I love these “I Dig You” valentine’s so much from Spoonful.

Aren’t these little butterflies from Skip to My Lou adorable?

A Crush for your crush? What a sweet idea from Nickels-N-Dimes.

Easy, adorable and FREE! Gotta love these Valentine bookmarks from Lu Bird Baby.

From Landee See Landee Do, comes this adorable idea. Get your cameras ready.

I LOVE the creativity of this one from Jac o’ lyn Murphy. So cute!

Another perfect Valentine for the classroom from Thompson and Spring.

Finally, because I remember owning a Pet Rock when I was younger, I really love this cute idea from Little Lovables.

Candace Derickx

Candace Derickx writes about food, family and travel on her site Life in Pleasantville and has been a staff editor at ChildMode since 2011. Follow her on Twitter @candace_dx and join in the conversation on her Facebook page, Life in Pleasantville.

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  1. Jill

    January 16, 2014 at 8:54 pm

    These are awesome. Looking forward to giving out a few of these valentines to my students and kids.

  2. eileen

    February 5, 2015 at 7:54 pm

    Thanks for putting these fun ideas in one place. Lots of great ideas.
    Wanted to let you know though that your sponsored ads are inappropriate for a site grated toward children. I’m sure you weren’t aware and would want to know.

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