Fun Valentines Activities with Kids
Valentines Day is right around the corner! Usually, I’m a little more into it especially with the kids but this year I feel drained with all things Covid. It is what is is though, and we must press forward, so let’s do it! Here are some fun Valentines activities with photoshoot and valentines craft ideas.
These are some fun ideas to help spark some creativity while not spending a ton of money. It’s always good to enjoy the moment and celebrate the small things because once it’s done, you’ll feel better. It’s also a great way to make memories with your kids!
Valentines Activities- Picture Ideas
What’s more fun the than a photoshoot? Now more than ever it’s easier to take great pictures at home and even on just your cellphone. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for photographers and their talent but there are moments when you either don’t have the time to schedule something or it’s out of your current budget. Below are some of my favorite valentines picture ideas!
This adorable picture is from The Pregnant Chicken First Valentines Day Photo Ideas. Easy and adorable!
I LOVE this idea of an adorable outfit (which isn’t Valentines specific and can easily be used on any other day as well!) along with some balloons! It’s from Take Time For Style.
This picture is super easy as it just requires some heart garland for the background and a larger poster heart.
Here’s another adorable photo that has lots of red, garland and balloons. Garland and balloons are always a way to dress up pictures that you want to take. The best part is, you only need a small area, you don’t have to do a whole room.
Spreading love! This photo would be super easy to create by cutting out some hearts and tape them on the wall and you have an adorable photo!
The possibility with mason jars are endless! Just like my previous post on mason jar craft ideas, you can decorate them for valentines day to use at home or to give to someone.
This heart table runner is so easy to do and absolutely adorable!
This is sure to bring a smile to kids faces as they make themselves into a valentines ladybug!
I love gifts that help brighten things up, or are useful beyond the day. These succulent valentines are a great idea! Not into succulents? The decorated pot works great too! They will be useful for a long time!
Find some old tree branches in the yard, paint them and cut out some hearts to make this adorable valentines tree!
These gnome Valentine crafts are cute and fun to create! They’re easy to make and allow you to get creative with decorations!
Another fun option combining pictures and crafting! These Valentine Balloon crafts are these adorable cards using your child’s picture and then making hearts and drawing strings a the balloons. These make a great memory or gift for loved ones!
This Valentine Heart Garland is great for decorating or creating your own photo backdrops!! Some construction paper or decorative card stock is all you need to get started along with some string!
One of my favorite finds, 100 Dollar Store Valentines Day Decor Ideas because there is so much you can put together and make with dollar store finds that in the end would cost you way more to buy than just making it.
It’s still a off year, but especially as moms we do our best to push forward and make memories for our kids that are good ones. It’s simple Valentines activities such as pictures and crafts that help us to that without losing our sanity attempting it. Do you have any plans for Valentines day? I’d love to hear about it in the comments!