Are you looking for some fun Valentine’s crafts to do with your kids? Try making one of these heart-shaped animals! 6 adorable animal Valentine’s to give away to friends, family, or classmates!
When I was growing up homemade Valentines were made from red or pink paper hearts and, if we were making one for someone super special, maybe a white hearts shaped doily too.
But you can make so many things out of paper hearts!
Here are 6 fun heart-shaped animals to make with your kids this Valentine’s Day!
6 Adorable Heart Shaped Animal Crafts for Valentine's Day
Do your kids love making homemade Valentine's crafts or cards?
Try one of these adorable heart-shaped animal crafts this Valentine's day!
Heart Shaped Cat Valentine Craft
Who wouldn't want to make this cute little Valentine's kitty?
You can make it any color you wish- click below to learn how!
Heart Shaped Pig Valentine Craft
This is probably one of my favorite heart-shaped animals to make on Valentine's Day.
I mean, Isn't this pig adorable?!
Heart Shaped Paper Fox Valentine Craft
We are all about foxes at our house. From listening to "What does to fox say" to chasing off foxes from attacking our chickens and ducks.
Try making this cute heart-shaped fox with your kids.
Heart Shaped Panda Valentine's Day Craft for Kids
Panda's are one of the cutest animals around. And this paper panda is just as adorable!
Learn now to make this simple, heart-shaped panda by clicking below.
Heart-Shaped Frog Valentine's Craft for Kids
This heart-shaped frog looks like he's ready for a kiss! Maybe we should add in a yellow crown and make him a prince?
Check out how to make this frog Valentine below.
Easy Heart Shaped Dog Valentine Craft
This cute little puppy Valentine kind of reminds me of a Pound Puppy (remember those?!?)
This heart-shaped dog is really easy- making it perfect for younger kids to make on their own.
Learn how to make him below.
Or Make Your Own Heart-Shaped Animals!
Once you make a few of these animals, maybe you and your kids will be inspired to make your own!
I love to cut out tons of hearts from scrap paper and keep them in a box. I’ll also throw in some big ones too.
This is a great way to reduce waste- but it’s also great for getting the imagination going and before you know it your kids will be making up their own animals!
Simply give your kids a box of hearts, a bottle of glue, and some extra paper- just in case- and let them go to town creating their own paper heart animals!
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Dinosaur Valentine Coloring Pages
Free Black and White Printable Valentine Cards
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The Best Sugar Cookies (Great for Valentine’s Day decorating!)