Heart Crafts and Treats for Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with heart crafts and treats? Whether you’re looking to surprise your loved one with a sweet treat or get crafty in your homeschool with some DIY decorations, we’ve got you covered.
In this post, we’ll explore a variety of mouthwatering heart-shaped treats that are sure to make anyone’s heart skip a beat (and not just because of the high sugar content 😉 ). From decadent chocolate-covered Strawberry Hearts to clever Stained Glass Heart cookies, these recipes are both delicious and beautiful on a plate.
And if you’re in the mood for some crafting with your kids, we’ll also share some fun and easy DIY projects that will add a touch of love to your Valentine’s Day homeschooling. Create your own puzzle piece heart wreath, beautiful rose heart card, or felt plush hearts. If you’re looking for inspiration and ideas to make this Valentine’s Day extra special and fun, look no further. Get ready to spread the love with our heart crafts and treats!
Heart Cake Pops from Best Ideas for Kids – Decorating these yummy cake pops is a great opportunity for your little ones to have fun while also practicing fine motor skills!
Heart Rice Krispie Treats from Fat Dad Foodie – Who doesn’t love a rice krispie treat? Why not make them for Valentine’s Day?
Geometric Heart Art from Projects with Kids – Watercolors can be tricky, but the techniques shared in this post will help your kids (and you) learn to use them in a less intimidating way.
Zig Zag Paper Heart Craft from Little Ladoo – Grab the classic crafting arsenal of construction paper, scissors, and glue sticks for this simple and fun craft that will help with fine motor skills!
Strawberry Hearts from Haute & Healthy Living – A new spin on a classic, making these heart-shaped strawberries perfect for Valentine’s Day!
Stained Glass Heart Cookies from XOXO Bella – Jolly Ranchers bring back memories of Junior High “drama” for me, but your kids may someday remember making this super cool cookies when they think of these candies!
Puzzle Piece Heart Wreath from Creatively Beth – Now there’s a use for that favorite puzzle that’s missing 17 pieces!
Heart Macarons from Little Sunny Kitchen – Here’s a little more complicated recipe for your older kids, perhaps. And why not make it a lifeschooling adventure by also learning about their country of origin (France), as well?
Peanut Butter Buckeye Brownie Hearts from The Creative Bite – Chocolate and peanut butter is a big “nope” for two out of my five family members. But these look yummy to me!
Strawberry Cream Cheese Heart Puff from The Foodie Blogger – Perhaps it’s my Danish roots, but I say a big, “YES!” to pastry for breakfast!
Felt Heart Plush Craft from Ottawa Mommy Club – I don’t know why I love these little felt hearts so much, but I can just picture them adorning random, forgotten nooks and crannies in my house.
Spin Art Hearts from Taming Little Monsters – A salad spinner, paper plates, and paint…What could possibly go wrong?
Heart Shaped Strawberry Hand Pies from Fox Farm Home – This brings me back to my childhood when my mom would buy me a special treat at the discount bread store and I would usually pick some kind of hand pie.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Hearts from Delectable Food Life – These taste like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups! Substitute almond butter if peanut allergies are a concern.
String Art Heart Craft from My Joy-Filled Life – Make cards, scrapbook elements, or just cute little wall hangings with this fun craft.
Origami Hearts from Moms and Crafters – Make garlands, homemade cards, and more with these simple origami hearts.
Heart Thumbprint Cookies from Arkansas Girls – Who doesn’t love a classic thumbprint cookie? Add an extra print and you have a simple heart thumbprint cookie!
Conversation Hearts Cookies from Yum in the Kitchen – A fun take on the classic conversation hearts. Now you can say whatever you want!
Rose Heart Card from Messy Little Monster – This is a beautiful craft you will be proud to use for making cards for friends.
Cinnamon Cutout Cookies from Amira’s Pantry – A popular cookie in Egypt, baking these gives you a chance to study another country.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to have some fun in your homeschooling and express your love and appreciation for the special people in your life. Whether you choose to surprise them with mouthwatering heart-shaped treats or get crafty with some delightful DIY projects, the key is to express your love and make it memorable.
These heart crafts and treats are not only a way to celebrate the occasion but also a way to create lasting memories and show your loved ones just how much they mean to you. So, get ready to indulge in delicious desserts and unleash your creativity with fun and easy crafts. This Valentine’s Day, let love be the centerpiece of your celebrations.