The thought of a Valentine’s Day tree may strike fear in those of us still having flashbacks to the post-holiday clean-up, but I promise that this Valentine’s Day craft will not leave pine needles on your floor! It’s actually a really cute centerpiece for your classroom or family Valentine’s Day celebration! This Valentine’s Day tree is created from paper craft and can be set up indoors or {if the weather cooperates}, you can help along Mother Nature. Kids Activities Blog loves simple activities like this Valentines Day craft where a piece of paper can be transformed into holiday decor. Valentines Day Tree Craft

Valentine’s Day Crafting: Start With A Valentine’s Day Tree!

I love creating paper snowflakes and paper hearts! This activity was initially created by Julia of Roots of Simplicity  for Kids Activities Blog a million years ago when it was known simply as Quirky Momma. It’s perfect for your preschooler, or kids of any age, and is a fun way to work on fine motor skills like cutting and folding paper. Valentine's Day tree

What Do I Need To Make A Valentine’s Day Tree Craft?

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How Do I Make A Valentine’s Day Tree Craft?

Valentine's Day Tree Let’s start with making the paper hearts!
  • Fold paper in half and cut 1/2 a heart on the fold to create hearts.
  • Next, fold the heart several more times, and clip and snip corners and folds to create unique hearts.
  • Fasten the hearts to the branches you gathered and place them in your vase.
Isn’t this just a beautiful table-top decoration? A Valentine’s Day tree is a really cute centerpiece for your classroom or family Valentine’s Day celebration, and easy to make for kids of all ages! Fasten any leftover hearts to tree branches in your yard!

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