Five Quick and Easy Crafts for Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air and I am sharing with you five easy crafts for Valentine’s Day.  If you haven’t figured it out yet, I am all about quick and easy crafts that don’t take much time and aren’t too expensive but still make an impact with their cuteness.

Five quick and easy crafts for Valentine's Day

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These five easy crafts for Valentine’s Day fit that profile and they can all be made in one day if you have the supplies on hand. If not I’ll give you some shopping suggestions at the end of this post.

Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Treats

I was recently challenged to use up craft supplies I have been hoarding. Those mini paint cans were a Christmas clearance purchase a few years ago and they make the perfect container for my chocolate dipped pretzel treats. I almost didn’t get to share this post with my readers because my kids ate my pretzel treats before I could take pictures.

Valentine Pencil Toppers

My best friend works at a school library and these pencil toppers were a Valentine’s Day treat she made for the students. A lot of schools are going to non-food treats and this the perfect Valentine for those with allergies. 

Valentine's Day Pencil Topper

Pillow Box Valentines filled with Candy

My daughter is in high school and she still asks me to make Valentine treats for her classmates. These pillow boxes were made with a die cut and then filled to the brim with yummy candy.

Pillow box valentine sealed with washi tape

Plaid Flannel Puffy Hearts

These puffy heart valentine’s are made from my son’s favorite shirt. Now my girls will have a keepsake to hang on their bulletin boards, rear view mirror or where ever they want to keep it as a reminder that he is always close to them.

Cupid’s Arrow Valentine Cards

Here is another non-food Valentine treat. Print off the template I have created, add pencils and you have some cute Valentine cards in non-traditional colors. (I think the aqua arrows would look great with a red pencil.)

Don’t forget to save this post so you can come back later and get creative. 

Homemade Soft Pretzel Bites with Amazing Mustard Dip

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