Cupid's job is made easier by these adorable and easy-to-make homemade cards.
Sometimes, simplicity really is best, as these crowd-pleasing valentines demonstrate with their perfect pairings of message and treat.
Set hearts a'flutter with this sweet winged messenger.
Link your heart to someone else's with this fun craft.
When the urge to wax romantic strikes, these melted-crayon valentines really fit the bill.
Use these finger puppets to send your Valentine a little message; another great Valentine's craft from Spoonful.com.
A Valentine's Day card made from candy in the shape of a rocket.
On February 14, six-year-old Quinlan Adams of Scottsbluff, Nebraska, gives his teachers a big round of applause and a little luxury: a tube of hand lotion.
This fun and simple craft is perfect to send your Valentine a special message.
Here's an idea that can come in handy if your child has lots of people on her valentine list -- photocopied prints she can have fun custom-decorating for each recipient.
This clever candy messenger will soar into anyone's heart.
Deal out a batch of valentines that are all heart.
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This paper airplane card flies incredibly well and is a cinch to make.
Here's an easy-to-make greeting with a sense of humor.
Create a special Valentine's present with these downloadable checks for extra-nice favors.
Brighten someone's day with this glow-stick valentine.
Complete with a packet of seeds, this valentine is one any recipient would dig.
Car enthusiasts will find a sweet surprise on this card.
With a handful of paper hearts, your child can round up some of these unforgettable pachyderms or romantic rodents to relay his Valentine's messages.
Using their little thumbprints, kids can hop into action with this festive Some Bunny Loves You Easter card, using their incredible skills to crank out a whole mess of homemade holiday cards.
Your special someone will be a sucker for this fun-and-easy craft.
Two classic Valentine's Day gifts — flowers and candy — combine to make one sweet treat.
Create a magic Valentine's message using moving panels of paper.
Indulge in corny sentiments with this card that doubles as snack.
Everyone can hit the jackpot with these lottery-inspired valentines featuring messages hidden beneath scratch-off hearts.
Double the fun this Valentine's Day with a pair of sweet treats.
Cupid's calling! And we've got the perfect answer: a candy-button phone that tells your valentines they're worth every minute.
A box of conversation hearts and two mini peanut butter cups in disguise hit all the right notes for a tune-loving babysitter or pal.
Look who lumbered out of hibernation to offer sweet greetings!
As this dinosaur card plainly shows, love is far from extinct.
Kids can compose their own book of love after receiving one of these wise-looking Valentine's Day owls perched on a pencil.
These adorable little robots are programmed to transmit Valentine's Day messages -- and treats.
These valentines make use of photocopied pictures, so your child can create oodles of personalized cards in the blink of an eye.
Pencil in your sentiments with this super-easy -- and practical -- valentine gift.
Maybe he's no Romeo, but who could resist this leggy love bug.
Here's what we know: more than 90 percent of kids want a valentine for their grandparents. Here's what we suspect: more than 90 percent of grandparents love nothing more than their grandchildren's faces. Merge that data and you get this cute valentine.
String of Hearts
Stained Glass Hearts Valentine
Valentine Finger Puppet
Blast-off Rocket Candy Card
Be My Valentine: Love Handles
Plant One on Me
Be My Valentine: Animal Lovers
Thumb Bunny Card
Magic Message Card
Kernels of Love
Scratch and Win
Sweet Text Message
Bear Your Heart
One Big Love
Give a Hoot
The Eyes Have It
Get to the Point
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