If your tween or teen is looking for a fun craft for Valentine’s day, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of 18 adorable and simple crafts that they will actually love to make!
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This age group can be hard to entertain when it comes to dragging them off of their screens. Some projects are too simple and they think it’s for babies, while others may be a little too advanced or don’t fit within their interests.
However, we took special care and hand-picked each and every one of these projects just for them, so we hope they enjoy!
Enjoy the Best Tween and Teen Valentine Crafts
This cute heart garland is a fun project for teens and tweens to make and decorate their space.
Simple to make and such an adorable decoration for your tweens room. With basic supplies, your teen will have this heart frame clothesline project done in no time.
Homemade Rose Bath Salts are easy to make, soothing and perfect for gift giving, celebrating Valentine’s Day, or a rejuvenating soak any time.
Can you ever have enough flowers? Especially ones like these fun paper roses that will last forever. You could totally attach these to a wooden dowel or pipe cleaner and make a full flower bouquet. Plus, they don’t need watering! Win, win!
Tissue paper flowers are an easy and adorable craft for your teen or tween. All you need to make these flowers is different colors of tissue paper! You could also customize this craft for any holiday.
Make a matching set of keychains with your friends using dollar store game pieces. This does require a small wood burning kit, but they can reuse it over and over to make other crafts, so in a way it’s totally worth it!
Jewelry wire can be shaped into heart bookmarks with our quick and easy DIY project. Such a great gift for your friends for Valentines Day! There’s also a post there to show you how to make matching heart necklaces using a similar technique that is also fitting for Valentine’s.
Looking for a “sweet” craft? This conversation heart is a simple, adorable project perfect for a bedroom or front door.
This adorable vintage hoop heart craft makes a perfect Valentine’s day gift or bedroom door decor. This is another project we love recreating for different occasions. You can also mix and match the hoop by grabbing them in different sizes to make a correlating set.
Use this felt ball garland to decorate just about anything this Valentine’s day. Only four simple supplies are needed and it comes together in no time. Swap up the felt balls with red and pink so it’s extra festive!
Paper weaving hearts make an adorable card for that special someone and a great keepsake even for older kits. She provides the free heart template and also has one listed for a paper basket weaving craft if they really enjoy this one!
Colorful origami hearts can be made into a bouquet or garland and you can customize the colors based on the paper you use.
Bath bombs are so fun to make and even more fun to use or give as a gift. You can easily swap out the shapes using different silicone molds. These would be great for a DIY spa gift basket or simple teacher gift.
Have an artistic tween or teen? Let them put their talent to use and create Valentine’s painted rocks. Not only are they simple, but also very budget-friendly! It’s also a great idea to skip the cards and let them pass out their handmade rocks instead.
Pop tart houses make a great rainy day project and when using red and pink sprinkles the best Valentine’s craft. Any variety of Poptarts can be used and you can add conversation hearts for a pop of color and a candy twist.
This Valentine’s Day garland comes together quick and easy and is a great addition to your other holiday decorations. She provides the free templates. As for the other supplies, you can find all of those at the dollar store!
Mason Jar Candles are so fun to make and easy to customize with color and smell. Teens and tweens will have so much fun and can even give these as gifts. If you didn’t want to use full size mason jars, any glass vessel will work. We like repurposing our old candle jars as well.
Perfect for a shelf, dresser, or mantle. Personalize your yarn wrapped letters with different colors and two sets of instructions for how to make the felt flowers.
We hope that you tweens and teens Valentine’s day is extra special this year as they make these crafts!