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February 10, 2021 2 min read

Simple Valentines Fun For Everyone.

Making a love bug - Your little loved ones can make a love bug of their own


What you need

Red, black, pink, & white construction papper

Scissors (safety scissors for little ones)

Glue or glue stick

Black and white crayons

Pro-tip: If you have lightweight white paper plates, these work great for the body.

Step 1: Cut out the shapes of the heart spots, legs, feet, and eyes. Depending on the age of your little ones, you may want to do this ahead of time for them as it can take a while if they do them.

Step 2: Cut out the body shapes. For the white circle body, red heart wings, and black oval face, fold the paper in half and draw one side of the shape, then cut it out for a perfectly symmetrical shape.

Step 3: Glue the red heart wings onto the white circle body about halfway down.
Step 4: Glue the black oval face onto the body overlapping the point at the bottom of the wings.

Step 5: Glue the eyes, legs, and feet.

Step 6: Glue the hearts to make the Love Bug (ladybug) spots.

Step 7: Draw in the mouth and antennae. Eyelashes are cute too!

Optional Step 8: Draw or write on the body, hearts, love, Valentine’s to/from, etc


Making love rocks- Spread love around the neighborhood with painted rocks!

What you need
Smooth rocks
Acrylic paint
Paint brushes
Cup of water to clean brushes
Markers (optional)

 Step 1: Look for smooth rocks, the rounder the prettier! Wash any dirt off your rocks and let dry.

Step 2: Draw your design ahead of time with a marker, or paint freestyle with brightly colored acrylic paints

Step 3: Let your rocks air dry.

Step 4: Spread love by displaying your rocks in your community so other people can find them.



Making love bouquets.
There is love in the air when you brighten up your decor with some heart bouquets!


What you need

Printed/contstruction paper
Skewers or straws
Glue stick, Elmer's Glue, or glue gun
Fun stickers or buttons 


Step 1: Fold printed/construction paper in halves

Step 2: Draw and cut heart/flower shapes or cut shapes freehand

Step 3: Place glue on edges and down the center of one half of the shapes then sandwich skewer or straw between shapes

Step 4: Add fun stickers/buttons and arrange in a bouquet