2) This was so much fun. My daughter decided to paint her hands in glue and then sprinkle with glitter, whereas my son used paint to make his hand prints.
3) This is another easy one. All you need is a coffee filter, some children's markers and a spray bottle of water. Just cut out a heart from a round coffee filter. Then have the child color as much or as little as they want. They can scribble all they want. The more color you get on there, the better it will spread. When finished, just spray down with water (I did it on top of a plastic placemat, so the colors would not get on other things) and let it dry.
5) Try out these Red Velvet Whoopie Pies from What's Cooking with Ruthie.
6) Use a paper doiley and paint over it on a piece of construction paper and remove to see the design it has left. Simple & fun!
Valentine Candle Holder can be a quick and easy present to have a child make a parent. Simply decoupage strips of tissue paper on to a baby food jar (great re-use idea!) and be sure to add a final layer of glue on top. Tie it with a ribbon or some yarn and insert a candle. We still have ours and get it out to reuse every year.
Puzzle Valentine. I just glued some paper heart doilies on to construction paper and wrote a message on it. Then cut out your pieces and laminate it by putting it between sheets of clear contact paper.
What kind of fun Valentine Art Projects will you do with your kids?