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Your child's own bouquet of darling paper flowers is just a few simple steps away. More ambitious kids can make the project as ornate as they desire. See the next slide for the basic instructions.
Cut out three equal-size paper hearts, and then fold them in half lengthwise. Attach the pointed ends together with a silver or brass brad. Create the stems using florist's wire.
Make your mark with help from a personalized stamp. Household items and a few art supplies are all you need! Check out the following three slides for detailed instructions.
Cut a foam grocery tray to 3 by 4inches. Have your child write a note backwards in pencil, pressing deeply into the foam. (Write words on paper and hold up to mirror to see reverse text.)
Press and rub paper, label, or tag on top of painted foam, applying some pressure. Peel back and let dry. Repaint before each print, changing the color if desired. Attach to small bags of candy or other gifts.
Create these stunning Valentine cards with just a few materials and some quality time with a youngster.
These suckers make great presents for kids to exchange. They're the perfect parent-child project -- younger children will need close supervision.
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