Let’s make a Valentine Sensory Bottle for a fun activity that doubles as a calm down jar or DIY gift for friends and family.
Sensory bottles are great for entertaining kids and can have a calming effect when they watch the fun items flow around inside. We wanted to make one that was fun for Valentine’s Day and I love how this turned out!
Valentine Sensory Bottle
Here’s what you need to make a Valentine Sensory Bottle:
- Elmers Red Glitter Glue
- Distilled Water
- Jar (I used a 16 oz. glass mason jar but a plastic is recommended for kids who can’t handle glass)
- Heart Glitter
- Red Mason Jar Lids
Pour half a bottle of red glitter glue into the jar.
Add extra glitter—as much as you desire.
Fill the remainder of the jar with distilled water.
Screw on the lid. Shake and enjoy.
For younger kids, make sure you seal the mason jar with hot glue, gorilla glue, etc.
If your kids love this activity, you might also want to check out our Glowing Sensory Bottle for Bedtime. It’s super fun!