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Valentines Day Craft

This is a very imperfect and easy craft I did with the kids the other day in honor of Valentines Day.  I had them cut out hearts from various colors of paper – a range from pink to red to purple (even a little blue for my boy).  Obviously the hearts aren’t perfect but they loved the activity and we enjoyed doing the craft together.  You can even have them write messages on the hearts about who or what they love.  Gets them thinking with their hearts 🙂


We poked two holes in each heart so we could then thread them onto some fishing line.


As we threaded the hearts onto the fishing line, we tied a knot between each of them so they wouldn’t all slide to the bottom.



Then we hung them from the ceiling in varying heights.  Now we have a LOVE curtain (said in my best Barry White voice) 🙂 Made our little living room festive for the season!



Enjoy!  Now, go have fun with your kiddos 🙂





2 comments on “Valentines Day Craft

  1. EvieJo
    January 27, 2013

    I loved them…they were very festive!

    • annambowman
      January 27, 2013

      Thank you! We thoroughly enjoyed making them 🙂

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