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Puzzle Piece Hearts - great craft for kids or adults for Valentines Day (and great way to use up those lost/half complete puzzle boxes!

Valentine's Day Morning! Write sweet messages on paper hearts, string together, then hang in the hall or by someone's door for VDay morning!

Hearts hung in the hallway as a Valentine's morning wake up surprise. So cute for the kids in the morning

Valentine's Day craft: "stained glass" crayon hearts, courtesy Martha Stewart - ParentDish

Heart template made with cereal box to make it easy for children to trace. Supplies: wax paper, crayon shavings, iron, ribbon for hanging. L-O-V-E this idea!

Puzzle hearts

Have some old jigsaw puzzles lying around with missing pieces? These jigsaw hearts are simple to make and are quite pretty for a little girl's bedroom, too. (Diy Crafts For Bedroom)

Hand-made Butterfly - Heart Art with Quote! Customizable! 16 X 20 by SerendipityStories on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/216395800/hand-made-butterfly-heart-art-with-quote

Hand-made Paper Butterfly Heart Art! Great for Baby room, girl's room, nursery, gifts, wedding present.

Pretty paper and glue dots are all you need to make a heartwarming wreath to hang anywhere that needs a little love. Cut a sheet of double-sided scrapbook paper (ours is a 12-inch square) into 1-inch-wide strips. Make five hearts as follows: Fold a paper strip in half, sandwiching two glue dots about an inch down from the fold to create the top of the heart. Bend the loose ends away from the center and use two more dots to join them at the point. Next, make the two hearts that anchor the…

Sweet Valentine's Day Crafts for Kids

Pretty paper and glue dots are all you need to make a heartwarming wreath to hang at the point.

Mod Podge Heart Art - Our Southern Home

Mod Podge Heart Art

DIY Mod Podge Heart Art ~ craft tutorial from Our Southern Home Valentine's Day. Love the glitter heart on rough barn wood, nice contrast!

Easy idea for bedroom decor! Pin twine in a circle on your wall and pin pics on it! Easy!

Photography with Kristen Duke~Valentine's Photo Ideas

Next year...or maybe even tomorrow when S gets bored

Heart Paper Chains: Cut construction paper into strips, fold each strip in across its width, bend the loose ends in without folding them, bring them together and staple. Repeat with the next strips, making a heart paper chain.