Here is a collection of Valentine Craft ideas in bright colors and natural materials. We love all these colorful Valentine hearts and enjoy how they are made with a variety of materials including fabric, felt, paper, wool roving, and yarn.
Create a felt forest of hearts by making a stash of felt hearts attached to sticks.
Simply wrapping cardboard hearts with yarn and attaching them to a board create a unique decoration for Valentine’s Day.
Using a cookie cutter for a template, these needle felted hearts are a great craft for a beginner needle felter.
This Valentine project is variation on Heather Bailey’s Paper Globes tutorial. Read the post and then get the pattern from her side bar.
This Burlap Heart Garland is so simple to make and adds a natural touch to your Valentine decor.
Although this craft does not have a tutorial and the post is not in English, I love this felt hearts and feel like they can be an inspiration for crafters to make their own stacked hearts.
Our very own, and very popular Tissue Paper Stained Glass Hearts are a great fun to make with kids.
This tutorial walks you through how to make the Danish style basket woven hearts. They can be made with paper or felt.
Using pieces of stiffened fabric, you can make a simple 3-D garland.
Kids would love to make and share these adorable monsters for Valentine’s Day.
For a bright pop of color in your Valentine decor, try different string colors while making this string art heart wall hanging.
For a more simplified style of string art, make these yarn wrapped hearts. This is another great craft to do with the kids.
These hand-painted, puffy hearts can either be strung together in a series to be used as a wall hanging, or left individually and given as heart ornaments.