Don’t let the remaining pieces end up in a landfill, instead use them to make the craft projects below.
Lovely Felt Flowers
The main difference between liquid soap and bar soap is the lye. Bar soap uses Sodium Hydroxide and liquid soap uses Potassium Hydroxide. Otherwise, the warming-blending-sitting process is identical to bar soap. But after the night of rest in the “mould,” instead of cutting the bars, we add water and stir.
Add some fun to your Valentine party games this year with this easy to make, no-mess piñata. Bright and cheery pinks and reds dress up a plain paper grocery sack with no gooey paper mache to clean up!
Sometimes it’s not the actual gift but the message that it brings that is most cherished. This gift is great for showing how much your friends mean to you. Be sure to visit all of our Valentine’s Day crafts and main Valentine’s Day index.
Make this fun and colorful keepsake with your children’s hands! A little paint, construction paper and crepe paper streamers, and you have a festive wall hanging for the holiday of love.
Embellish a basic notebook and use it as a diary, a record keeper for fun activities, a place to store friends’ phone numbers or even as a place to collect your Valentine cards in. Whatever you use it for, you’ll love its colorful and whimsical design.
This fun craft project is perfect for the classroom setting. Few supplies are needed and it can be altered for younger age groups. Be sure to visit all of our Valentine’s Day crafts and our main Valentine’s Day ideas page.
Some of the bugs on this picture are 3 dimensional made from soft durable urethane foam that make music when pressed and glow in the dark. Add them to the mural for interactive magical fun.