If you’re celebrating valentines day with some little ones this year. Why not do some fun crafts to get them in the holiday spirit! Here are a list of our favorite kid crafts that you can use to decorate for your celebration!
Create this card or large sign by making signs out of construction paper, doilies, and adhesive letters from any craft or office supply shop or Amazon. Photograph your child holding the signs, then tape the pictures to construction paper and fold the card accordion-style.
This adorable craft is made with printing photo paper but you can always use scrapbook paper or card stock to complete this adorable look. You just need a little weight to the paper and then of course the ribbon to tie it off. Check out instructions here at thehybridchick.com
These candy filled hearts are yummy and an adorable addition to decorate for valentines day. All you need is some card stock, a pencil, a hole punch, some ribbon, and of course candy! For instructions please check out marthastewart.com.
Make and put out your very own Valentines Day mailbox for each family member to put their valentines in! Get the pattern and instructions at simplymodernmom.com.]
Put out a bowl of lolly pop flowers hand made by your kiddo’s to celebrate the holiday! Learn how to make this cute craft at marthastewart.com.
It is still winter for a little while longer even thought it’s been in the 50’s and 60’s here in Virginia! So I thought that this week I would show some of my favorite winter tablesapes! Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments or if you have one to share make sure you put yours there as well!
I love a natural place-card holder! This pinecone place-card holder and a bare branch, painted white, as a sculptural centerpiece are a perfect addition to the brown and green tones uses in this tablescape to represent a winter feast!
Rustic Chic from Style Me Pretty
The cranberries, crystal, and gold accents are all beautiful accents to the rustic wood table they are on. I love the use of fruit and vegetables as accents in decorating. Natural accents always a great touch!
Using dried greens, walnuts, olive branches and linens to create this comforting winter tablescape really bring out the winter hues. And the hanging vintage wine bucket add something special to the design.
Again showing off a gorgeous wooden table is the way to go. Accented by a linen runner, natural greenery and these beautiful lanterns is a beautiful way to bring the feeling of winter warmth to your table.
Have some fun outdoors with your friends in a nostalgic setting. Throw around some snow balls, build a snow man, and go sledding before you head inside to that gorgeous hot coco bar to warm up. You can even hand out snow man kits to your guests so they are prepared.
Stay indoors with some delicious craft beers or some wine. No need to go outside during the cold winter months when you could be sipping all of these delicious treats! Pick up a beer or wine kit to add to the fun!
It is the Holiday season. And to help you get into the spirit we’ve pulled together a huge list of free holiday printables! Free printable’s to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years and more! You’ll find tons of creative ways to add a personal touch to your holiday celebrations.
This post has generic, winter themed, Christmas, and Hanukkah printables to help you celebrate!