Children's embroidery is always charming, don't you think? Moomah Magazine harnesses a lot of cuteness in these button embroidered hearts. The piece is started with a painted heart and the stitchery and buttons are embellishment. A lovely keepsake for Valentine's Day!
Found at Meri Cherry, these simple sock puppets are a great little gift for kids and easy to make too. Although these buttons are glued on, if they are for children under three then it's best to stitch the buttons on.
This heart art lesson at Dali's Moustache is done with Kindergarteners, but the unstructured nature of it makes it a great project for families or groups of different aged kids. I especially love the use of neon tempera!
Beaded bracelets are fun for kids to make plus you can also include a little math readiness by working with patterns and sequencing. Since the beads are strung on chenille stems, they are easier for little hands too. More details can be found at scrumdilly-do!
Alisa Burke shares how she made these beautiful hearts with only paper and pen and a few dimensional paint details. Let older kids stretch their drawing muscles after being inspired by these lovely hearts.
It's always fun to see what kind of animals you can make from hearts. Get started with this cute flamingo and then see what you can create on your own. Directions found at National Wildlife Federation.