With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many new mamas are looking for easy craft ideas that they can do with their babies. Mama’s, I know you’re busy so I thought I’d save you some time on Pinterest and round up a list of great craft ideas that you and your babe can do together. If you don’t have any craft supplies on hand, or want to stock up, then this is a great set.

Now let’s get to it 😊

Baby Hand or Fingerprint Craft Ideas

Valentine’s day is all about heart and sharing the love with those around you. Make a special heart craft for Mom or Dad, grandparents or aunts and uncles.

Keepsake Heart – Hit the dollar store for a mini easel, or just use plain paper or cardstock to make this adorable heart keepsake. Pick your favourite colours or let your baby exercise her grabbing skills and pick it you 🙂 Pro tip – be sure to use kid-friendly, washable paints.

Baby Valentine Fingerprint Heart
Fingerprint heart keepsake from Messy Little Monster

Thumbprint Heart Glass Magnets – Adorable little magnets that showcase your little one’s itty bitty fingerprints. Make one, or several to keep or give to family members. A perfect pop of colour for your fridge, with a touch of love.

Thumbprint heart magnet from Rythms of Play

Handprint Hearts – This is a super easy craft that only requires paper, paint and a cooperative baby. Paint your baby’s hand with a paintbrush or sponge and press their hand on the paper. Wash the first hand (or use a wipe) and then repeat with the other hand. Add in their name, the date and voila; a great Valentine gift for Grandma! Need paint? Pick this set up and be you’re good to go!

Valentine handprint heart
Valentine Handprint Heart from The Navy Stripe

Love Bug Finger Print Card – another easy Valentine card idea is this adorable Love Bug card. A few different paint colours, a marker and a little creativity. Boom! A great card that any family member will love.

Valentine Card Idea Love Bugs
Love Bugs Valentine Card from A Thifty Mom

Baby Footprint Valentine Craft Ideas

We can’t forget about baby’s tiny feet in this Valentine’s Day craft roundup. I love seeing their tiny little toes!

Footprint Heart Craft – A cute Valentine’s Day craft that is great for infants. The most challenging part will be getting your babe to place his or her feet right where you want them on the page!

Baby footprint heart craft
Baby Footprint Heart from The Best Ideas For Kids

Love Bug Foot – A cute little valentine to give family members. Perfection isn’t necessary, just make your bugs look somewhat lady like 🙂

Valentine Craft for Kids Love Bug
Love Bug Footprint from ApikHome

I Love You Footprint and Photo – A cute idea that combines a pic of your little one along with their footprint to mark this special moment in time.

I Love You Card by Ansley Baby Magazine

Other Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas

Popsicle Stick Valentine Frame – get a little crafty with this cute picture frame made out of popsicle sticks. Add on some stickers and some bling with a few gems and other sparkly things.

Valentine Picture Frame
Popsicle Stick Valentine Frame by DIY Decors

Heart Butterfly Craft Pin – If you love butterflies, then this craft is for you. You’ll need a few extra supplies, like googly eyes and pipe cleaners, but worth it to see your baby smile as you make it flutter through the air.

Butterfly Heart Clothespin
Clothespin Valentine Craft by Glue Sticks & Gumdrops

Best Baby Photoshoot Diy Valentines Day Ideas – if you’re looking for something extra special and want to try a Valentine’s Day photo-shoot, then check out a few ideas by clicking through on the photo below. You can pull off a great shoot with only a few simple things; like red lipstick to cover your baby with kisses 🙂

Valentine Baby Photo Shoot
Baby Valentine Photo Shoot Ideas from insbride.ru

Valentine Heart Bouquet – this is a great craft idea if you have older siblings or cousins that want to join in on making a craft. Babies can scrunch up some tissue paper while older kids can cut and glue them on the hearts. Just be sure to keep scissors and small pieces away from the little ones.

Valentine Flower Bouquet by Arty Crafty Kids

For those of you that have older kids and are looking for some easy ways to make their Valentine’s Day extra special, then head on over to The Mom Survival Guide’s blog for her list of 22 Easy Ways To Make Valentine’s Day Special For Your Kids.

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Wishing you a Valentine’s Day full of love, hugs, and happiness. Happy crafting!

Much love,

Chantal

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