21 Valentines for Kids

By Kate |

We are in the homestretch to Valentine’s Day. If you haven’t yet, it’s time to get serious about your child’s Valentines for friends. Yes, we have covered this topic before but there are just so many adorable valentines out there designed by extremely creative mamas that we can’t help but share 21 more we love.

21 Valentines for Kids Round-Up

  1. Lightning McQueen Valentines | The Nerd’s Wife
  2. Folded Hearts Valentine | Ribbons & Glue
  3. Rainbow Loom Valentines | Pandora’s Deal
  4.  Disney Valentine | Crafting in the Rain
  5. Penguin Valentines | 100 Directions
  6. Bee Valentines | Mom Endeavors
  7. Tootsie Pop Valentine | One Creative Mommy
  8. Robot Valentines | Crafts by Amanda
  9. Pirate Valentine Suckers | The Joy of Boys
  10. Flying High On Your Love | This Mama Loves
  11. Popcorn Valentine Love Monster | Laura Kelly Designs
  12. “Sucker” Valentine | Hi! It’s Jilly
  13. Your Friendship Blows Me Away | The Nerd’s Wife
  14. Lego Valentines | Mom vs. The Boys
  15. Washi Tape Valentines | Life with Love Bugs
  16. Valentine’s Day Cards | The Country Chic Cottage
  17. Frozen Olaf Valentines | One Creative Mommy
  18. Paint Chip Valentines | A Mom’s Take
  19. Love Bug Valentines | The Mom Creative
  20. Fish in the Sea | Daily Leisure
  21. Cute As a Button Valentines | The Shopping Mama

More Pinterest-Inspired Valentines for Kids

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30 Best Kids’ Valentine Ideas on Pinterest

Find al of our favorite Valentine goodies – from food to crafts to clothes – on our Pinterest Board.

Follow Kate – The Shopping Mama’s board holiday // valentine’s day on Pinterest.

Kate

Kate

Kate started The Shopping Mama™ in January 2009 when, after graduating law school, she traded in online legal research and writing for locating the best products for children. She shops for three kids ages 7, 5 and 2 from their home in Japan. Her military family is making the most of back-to-back overseas assignments by traveling every chance they get.

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