Valentine’s Day Paper Crafts are so fun to make. If you’re already a scrapbooker or card maker, then you have plenty of supplies to use for these projects. Here’s a great assortment of paper projects for kids and adults.
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The most popular and my personal favorite paper craft is card making. There are so many supplies when making handmade cards that it never gets boring. Here are some Valentine’s Day Card ideas for you.
Make a Rosette Love Banner to decorate a doorway or mantel. This one by Uncommon Designs has a great color combination of brown, black, and red glitter. Bonnie will show you how make those cool rosettes that you can use for other projects.
Vikalpah will show you how to make this wonderful Personalized Love in a Box. What a great way to give a gift card!
Dukes and Duchesses has 10 great Valentine’s Day Garlands that you can make. Many of them are made from paper and supplies that are readily available.
These Folded Heart Valentines are so pretty with the patterned paper envelopes. I have tons of scrapbook paper that I could use to make these and embellish them with hearts, buttons, and stickers.
Here is an easy Printable Paper Bow that you can make and use on top of your Valentine’s Day Gifts.
The really tiny tots (especially the little boys!) will love these Free Printable Dump Truck Valentines. The tires are candy, and they can color the truck.
This black and white Chevron Heart Door Decoration gives Valentine’s Day a modern twist. Uncommon Designs used fabric for this heart, but you could use scrapbook paper or wrapping paper.
Learn to write an Invisible Valentine Letter with Vikalpah. Sahana will show you how to write a secret message for your Valentine to reveal after opening the card. Kids will love making these for the friends and relatives.
Valentine’s don’t always have to be candy. Here is a free printable for a You Light Up My Life Valentine. Glow sticks will be a big hit with kids, but a candle for Mom or a flashlight for Dad is a great idea!
Even before kids are old enough to buy Scratch Off Lottery Tickets, they seem to be intrigued by them. There’s something about having a game hidden on a card for you to reveal with a coin.
Sahana will show you how to make your own scratch offs so you can hide love notes with these Scratch Off Valentine’s Day Cards.
Valentine’s Day Poppers are a fun way to give a little gift or candies to your sweetheart. These are fun and easy to make with a few supplies, and the kids can help. There’s also a free printable tag that you can attach when you finish them.
I always enjoyed Valentine’s Day as a kid. We didn’t really celebrate at home, but I loved the cheesy Valentines that you bought by the box for all of the kids in your class. Each class had a special box for depositing your class mates’s treats.
This Valentine’s Day Bingo Game would be a fun classroom or day care activity.
These Crocodile Valentine’s Day Treat Bags are so cute! When Valentine’s Day is over, you can use the Crocodile clip for bags of potato chips.
I hope you enjoyed these Valentine’s Day Paper Crafts. There are games, cards, Valentines, and some home decor to spruce up your home.
Now, go show your family some LOVE!
Thanks for including my valentine! Pinned your post 🙂
You’re welcome! It’s a great Valentine’s Day project.
Wow! What a boatload of fabulous Valentine projects. There is something here for everyone. Hugs, Maggie