Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and it’s time to get crafty! We’re kicking off the holiday with some fun Valentines Day treats for kids you can actually do WITH your kids!
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Plastic spoons all dressed up in chocolate goodness for your Perfect Valentine’s Day goody bag treat! These chocolate-covered colorful spoons featured on Delicious Delicious Delicious are sure to bring a smile to your valentine’s face.
Gather your kids and supplies and make great memories in the kitchen! Melt your chocolate in the microwave or over boiling and water, let it set, and then get to work on decorating them with sprinkles, jelly beans, and other favorite candies. This is an easy treat that kids can help make — and that all ages can enjoy!
Store bought valentine candy hearts make me wonder how many Valentines Days they’ve sat in those little boxes. Make Monthly’s shows an easy DIY homemade version that is not only super taste, but No Baking is needed!
To make your very own sweet notes you’ll want to have corn syrup, water, unflavored gelatin, powdered sugar, food coloring and flavoring extracts on hand. Natalie then suggests leaving them out, over night to dry out. Once they’re ready, grab your food grade markers and have your little ones begin decorating!
DIY Chocolate Kisses
Store bought Hershey Kisses are nice, but making your own big kiss is even tastier!
To make your own homemade kisses for Valentine’s Day, you’ll only need to have three ingredients on hand: crushed Oreos, cream cheese, and chocolate bark. Be sure to check out the full post for Bakerella’s excellent tips — and to see how she even made her own personalized message strips to stick out of the top!
Make Something Happy features this cleaver idea for gorgeous homemade Neapolitan heart cookies! Super fun to eat, lovely to share.
These little hearts get their multicolor look from pink food coloring and cocoa powder. Make Something Happy does admit that assembling the colored strips can take a bit of time, but her hard work has obviously paid off! See her full post for a wonderfully illustrated walk through, can’t wait to try these out!