A super fun collection of easy and cheap Valentines for kids- includes both food and non-food ideas!
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If you are like me, you simply don’t have time to do complicated Valentine’s gifts for your kids to give to their friends and classmates.
Here’s a collection of 15 creative and adorable DIY kid’s Valentine ideas that are also all easy and cheap too!
15 Easy Cheap Valentines for Kids
1. Printable Valentine Bookmarks from Positively Splendid
These colorful bookmarks are easy to print out and assemble in minutes. Plus, hopefully, they’ll inspire the recipient to dive into reading too!
2. Orange You Glad Valentine from Crafting in the Rain
Orange these just cute? Use orange slice gummy candies or as a healthier alternative, you could put a mandarin orange or regular orange in a bigger bag and use the same label.
3. Glow Stick Valentine from Kommunicated.com
What child doesn’t like glow sticks? These creative non-food valentines are sure to be a hit! And here’s a 100 ct. pack of glow sticks for a good price.
4. Bursting with Happiness Valentine from I Heart Nap Time
A simple but fun valentine!
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5. Cookie Cutter Valentine via The Scrap Shoppe Blog
Another fun non-food idea! If you want, you could make some homemade play-dough, put a small ball of it in a sealed plastic bag and add it to the cookie cutter. These cute heart shaped cookie cutters would work great!
6. Color My World Valentine by Motherhood on a Dime
I love this idea of using printable coloring pages as part of your valentine. It really doesn’t get much more simple, inexpensive and yet fun than that!
7. Like You S’more Valentine from Capturing Joy
An adorable twist on an American classic! Yum!
8. 4 Non-Candy Valentines from Pretty Prudent
Four cute valentine ideas and all for things kids love! Not sure where to get the supplies inexpensively? Amazon to the rescue!
They have cellophane bags (depending on what items you use, you may need a bigger size!), Crayola crayons, bubbles, glitter (if you use bigger bags, these glitter pens would be fun too!) and fun colored Band-aids all at great prices.
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9. You Rule Valentine from Back to Organic
Another really easy-to-assemble valentine! This 36 ct. pack of wooden rulers is less than $20, making these very inexpensive to make. And if you want to add a heart embellishment, these glitter foam stickers should work.
10. Just “Write” Valentine from Yellow Bliss Road
These are just plain cute and fun! And you can get a 36 ct. pack of Valentine pencils from Amazon for less than $10.00, making it a very inexpensive Valentine!
11. Same School Valentine from Hello Bee
Such a fun Valentine’s idea for classmates using individual bags of Goldfish crackers. If you want to make this even more cost-effective, buy the goldfish in bigger packages, divide them into smaller bags and then attach the label to that.
12. Have a Ball Valentine from Dixie Delights
I know these would be popular at our house as my children think they can never have too many of these little rubber balls. You can get a 25 ct. pack of the balls inexpensively here.
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13. Sucker for You Valentine from 30 Minute Crafts
Aren’t lollipops always a hit with children? This valentine shouldn’t take long to assemble and is sure to be well received!
These heart shaped lollipops would be fun. Or for a healthier option, try these organic vitamin C ones!
14. You’re the “Raisin” Valentine from Cutefetti
Want a bit of a healthier valentine? Make this one using little boxes of raisins. So darling!
15. Butterfly Valentine from Skip to My Lou
Another lolly-pop valentine- didn’t I say that they’re popular with children? If you don’t want to mess with the little wiggly eyes, you could also just use a Sharpie and draw a face on the lolly-pop.
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I love these ideas! Looking forward to using some.
Yay! So happy that it could help! 🙂
Aww these are some really cute ideas! I would have loved to get these for valentines day.
Jennifer | The Deliberate Mom
Oh wow! These are so awesome!! I love these ideas so much!
Thanks for sharing.
Wishing you a lovely weekend.
Glad you enjoyed them, Jennifer! And thanks so much for hosting the link up. 🙂
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Glad to have you here, Kathryn! And thank you for your kind words. I love blogging, but comments like yours are what put the wind in my sails and keep me motivated. 🙂