Give Cupid a little help by making these adorable crafts for someone this Valentine's Day. From bejeweled heart- shaped jewelry to easy decorations, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
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.
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.
Deliver an unforgettable message with this clever little pachyderm.
Cause a striped sensation with these confectionary cards
Put on a lovey-dovey face with these adorable animal disguises
Here's a fun project that will let your child hammer home just how much a dear friend or relative means to her.
Anyone who receives this valentine will know that they not only hold a piece of your heart, but they've got the key, too!
Make a a necklace from spare nuts and bolts
Just like their edible cousins, these foam conversation hearts will let your child get right to the point of her Valentine's messages.
You'll love this two-in-one project: a highly original valentine that moonlights as a usable ball of clay.
Besides being fun and easy to make, these are great for tempting even the most determined holdouts to step up to the tub and suds up.
A princess who likes to read as much as Belle does can always use a little help holding her place. With long pipe cleaner stems that tuck neatly between the pages, these bookmark roses will do the trick.