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Kid's Valentine's Day Party Inspiration

Chelsea Pellegrino


When you're a kid, Valentine's Day means candy, snacks and making lots of creative crafts for the ones you love. Why not combine these elements into one fun party for all the little lovebugs in your life! Read on for some kid-friendly Valentine's Day party inspiration.

Cute Crafts


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Arts and crafts are a fantastic way to keep little hands occupied. This stamping project will make any child like vegetables! (Even though it may be temporary). Who knew celery could be so fun? Find the tutorial here on LuckyBoy.co.


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What do you get when you mix a straw, a marshallow and a string of licorice? This next craft! Kids will love wearing this cute Valentine's day necklace, almost as much as they'll love eating it! Check out Cute Food for Kids for step-by-step details.


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Here's a craft that will help little ones pop the question: "Will you be my valentine!?" Swap diamonds for Hershey Kisses to create these darling pipe cleaner rings. Mom on Timeout has the scoop on how to make this Valentine's Day bling!

Sweet Treats


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Not only are these fruit-kebobs the perfect size for tiny mouths, they're absolutely adorable! Use cookie cutters to press out heart shapes from slices of pineapple, canteloupe and watermelon. 


Mommy Lessons 101 shares this sweet Valentine Float recipe. Vanilla ice-cream and Cherry 7-Up pair together for a match made in heaven. A licorice straw makes this drink fun 'til the last sip!


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Even milk and cookies can spread the love on Valentine's Day! Add some red food coloring to milk before adding to heart shaped candy molds, then pop it in the freezer. These cute ice cubes not only keep the drink cold, they turn it pretty pink as they melt!


We love all of these great ideas, and we're sure your little sweethearts will too. Don't forget to add entertainment, like a balloon twister or face painter, for an extra special Valentine's Day celebration!