Are you ready for this Valentines suncatcher craft? This Valentines day suncatcher craft is great for kids of all ages like toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten kids, and other elementary aged kids. Be festive and make your own beautifully festive decor with this Valentines day suncatcher craft. The best part is this Valentine’s day craft is budget-friendly and you can make it at home or in the classroom.

Valentine suncatcher craft- red heart glitter suncatchers on a window with trees in the background- kids activities blog
Let’s make a beautiful and festive Valentine’s day suncatcher.

Valentines Day Suncatcher Craft

Valentine crafts are fun for kids to create and make cute decorations around  your home.   Try this cute project and catch the sun with these beautiful Valentine’s Day suncatchers! We at Kids Activities Blog hope these hearts in your window will make your days a little bit sunnier regardless of the weather outside.

Valentine Crafts

We loved this Valentine’s Day activity because it was easy, inexpensive and colorful. Plus using the hole punch worked my preschooler’s fine motor skills. The result is beautiful and is guaranteed to warm your hearts.

Supplies Needed To Make A Valentine Suncatcher

Valentine Craft Materials:

How To Make A Valentine’s Day Suncatcher

Step 1

Step 1- Valentines Day Suncatcher Craft-  Cut the construction paper into small squares, then punch the hearts from the paper.- kids activities blog
Grab your hole punch!

Cut the construction paper into small squares, then punch the hearts from the paper.

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Start punching out hearts.

Craft Notes:

Work with your preschooler if paper punching is new to him. This activity can be very difficult for small hands and fingers but great fine motor skill work.

Step 2

Place contact paper onto your table. Secure it with painters tape. Allow your child to pour, pinch, place, dump, shake – whatever method he chooses – the paper hearts onto the contact paper.

Step 3

Step 3- Take time to explore the table and create a lovely design, together.- kids activities blog
Place your homemade confetti on contact paper

Take time to explore the table and create a lovely design, together.

Craft Notes:

I used this time as an opportunity to discuss “love”: What is love? What do we love in life? We also took this time to add stickers and medium and large paper heart cut outs.

Step 4

To finish up the project, I cut out two hearts (one for each of my boys) from the contact paper and outlined it with sticker paper. Placing the hearts on the windows was lovely. The boys were so happy to see their work displayed and to see the light shine through their hearts.

Catch The Sun With Your Lovely Valentine’s Day Suncatcher

Now stick your suncatchers on the windows! Spread the love with everyone who walks past! These Valentines suncatchers are festive, fun, and a great way for kids to celebrate Valentine’s day beyond candy.

Valentine Crafts for Kids

This Valentine suncatcher is really great for younger kids, as well as older children. But punching out decorations is not only fun, but great fine motor skills practice as well.

Valentine Suncatcher Craft

Valentine suncatcher craft- red heart glitter suncatchers on a window with trees in the background- kids activities blog

Use a few crafting items to make a festive and fun Valentines suncatcher. This Valentines day suncatcher is easy to make and so pretty!

Materials

  • Heart shaped paper hole punch (any size you want)
  • Contact paper
  • Painters tape
  • Red, pink and white construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Stickers

Instructions

  1. Cut the construction paper into small squares, then punch the hearts from the paper.
  2. Place contact paper onto your table. Secure it with painters tape. Allow your child to pour, pinch, place, dump, shake – whatever method he chooses – the paper hearts onto the contact paper.
  3. Take time to explore the table and create a lovely design, together.
  4. To finish up the project, I cut out two hearts (one for each of my boys) from the contact paper and outlined it with sticker paper. Placing the hearts on the windows was lovely. The boys were so happy to see their work displayed and to see the light shine through their hearts.

More Valentines Day Crafts From Kids Activities Blog

We hope you add this fun project to your child’s Valentine crafts this year.  What a cute way to catch the sun and bring a smile to your face at the same time.  For more great kids activities for Valentine’s day, we hope these ideas warm your heart:

How did your Valentines day suncatcher turn out?



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  5. great idea, like it more than the crayon shaving, waxpaper suncatcher but the directions are confusing — I think you mean to say put the punched hearts onto the contact paper and the last step is also confusing, i am assuming you have to fold the contact paper at some point and then cut it into a heart shape.

  6. I thought they were little pieces of paper in the sun catcher. How fun is the heart punch?! This is such a cute project.