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This Paper Heart Tree Craft is a great way to shower your kids with love on Valentine’s Day with encouraging words of affirmation and love notes.
We think Valentine’s Day should be about telling your kids how much you love them and all the ways they are special. Not about gifts or treats! That’s why we’re in love with this cute and easy Paper Heart Tree Craft that lets your kids know how special they are! Kind words of affirmation mean so much especially when kids hear them. We were inspired to make this after seeing these love notes in hearts posted on doors. We decided instead to make Valentine Trees! We also made it even more special by adding a custom photo to personalize the craft.
What do you need to make this paper heart tree?
No matter what age your child is they will adore receiving this heartfelt paper Valentine from you! We provide the FREE printable tree and hearts (download below in the craft instruction card bottom of post). We also provide blank hearts in case you want to hand-write your own words of affirmation! All you need is our template, a photo of your child and glue or glue dots.
Paper Heart Tree Craft – Materials:
FREE printable tree and hearts (download below in craft instruction card)
Glue or glue dots
Photo of your child (sized to fit the larger red heart)
White cardstock paper, printer
Watch the video in this post to learn how to make this sweet Valentine Heart Tree Craft.
Watch the video in this post to learn how to make this sweet Love Heart Tree Craft.
- Print out our free template.
- Cut out the hearts and if writing your own words, use the blank hearts instead and fill those in.
- Cut and fold the hearts in half.
- Cut the larger single red heart and print out a photo of your child that will fit inside.
- To craft your tree, simply glue the large red heart to the trunk and the photo. Then the smaller paper hearts. You can use glue or glue dots.
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