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Looking for an easy Valentine craft to do with your kids?
Or perhaps your kids love to give out personalized Valentine gifts to their friends. But as with gifting each holiday it can be quite expensive.
So, by this point I think most know I am big on making my own DIY crafts and gifts.
Sometimes the craft/gift is more adult oriented. But being a mom, I also have been known to craft gifts that my own kids can help me make.
Recently, I thought I’d try a new Valentine gift craft that my girls could easily help me make. Plus, this Valentine gift craft can be gifted to them or to their friends. Every holiday it seems that elementary school classes can give out gifts to their classroom friends.
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Therefore, this gift craft can most definitely be used to gift to a classroom full of elementary school kids from their friends or even their teachers. See this gift uses a container of Play Dough and my FREE You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine printable label offered in this article.
I mean what kids don’t love Play Dough?! So, perfect kid friendly Valentine gift craft.
Therefore, simply buy Play Dough containers and print the FREE You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine Printable Labels.
Download the FREE You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine Printable Labels HERE.
Then, easily adhere this label to your Play Dough containers to gift.
Do you want to make You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine gift crafts yourself?
Then check out the simple tutorial below now…
You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine
Materials for You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine:
- Small containers of playdough
- Double sided tape
- You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine printable label
- Ribbon (Optional)
Instructions for You’re A-Dough-Rable Valentine:
- Begin by cutting a 2 inch circle around each Valentine on the “You’re A-dough-rable” Valentine’s printable. You can use the lid of the small playdough containers to trace the circle and then just cut them a little bit smaller. You want each Valentine to fit inside the lid of the playdough containers.
- Using double sided sticky tape, attach one Valentine to the center of the lid of each playdough container.
- You can further decorate the containers with ribbons and other craft materials if you like.
- Gift to your Valentine.
There you have it an easy, inexpensive way to gift all kids this Valentine’s Day.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
What is your favorite DIY Valentine Gift crafts?
Now, tell me in the comments…
Meredith Spidel says
I love this idea! So cute! And what a sweet printable–thanks, Janine!
Aw, thanks again Meredith for sharing, too!! 🙂
Holy smokes is this awesome! This would make awesome class gifts 🙂 Pinning for sure!
Jen, thank you for pinning and for your kind words on my most recent craft here, too 🙂
I love them! I am pretty sure that last year (5th grade) was my last time buying/making valentines. It is kinda sad actually…
I still have a few years. My oldest is in third grade. But get this too shall pass when the time comes sadly.
William Holland says
Clever name for a great craft. I can see that being great fun for kids….or me in a rest home. 🙂 Happy Hump Day, Janine!
Aw, Bill I can see you doing this one totally. But definitely not in a rest home hopefully any time soon. Happy Hump Day right back at you now 😉
AnnMarie John says
This is too cute and would make great gifts for the Madison’s kindergarten classmates. Thank you for the printable.
Aw, this would totally be perfect for Madison’s kindergarten classroom friends. So hope you can make for them with her now, too 😉
This is so simple and cute! I also love that it isn’t CANDY! Kids get so much candy!
Aw, Echo I am loving it isn’t candy either as you are right they cannily get so much 😉
That’s just so perfect. Des would love to give them out as his valentines to his classmates!
Aw, I hope you can make for Des to give out this Valentine’s Day 🙂
Kristi Campbell says
Completely and totally adorable, Janine! A – Dough- Able! Love it. And the print out is too cute. I love that it’s easy, too!
Aw, thanks Kristi and I am all about easy btw 😉
Bri Adams says
So cute! What a great idea. Thanks so much for sharing!
My pleasure and thanks Bri 😉
Mary Leigh says
How cute are these?! They are perfect for a kid’s gift or for party favors, or class parties!
Aw, thanks Mary and couldn’t agree more that these are perfect for party favors and class parties 🙂
This is the cutest! I’ve been looking for valentine’s day gifts for the kids and this one is perfect! Thank you for the printable too, I can get the kids to help me cut them out.
Aw, thanks Nellie and so happy you can use these for your boys for Valentine’s Day, too!! 🙂
Christine Carter says
Oh my goodness these are so cute! You come up with the most CREATIVE ideas, Janine! LOVE this.
Aw, thanks so much always Chris for your kindness here 🙂
Monica @HappyandBlessedHome.com says
Thank you for the printables & fun gift idea. I’ve just created a roundup of 20 Epic Valentine’s Day Ideas for Family Fun and your post is featured. Happy Valentine’s Day! https://www.happyandblessedhome.com/20-epic-valentines-day-ideas-for-family-fun/
Aw, thank you once again and seriously made my Friday to be featured!! 🙂