Top 10 Candy Free Valentine Ideas for Kids

Still need an idea for what Valentines your kids will give at school? You’re in the right place! Here are my favorite Valentines from this year. And even, better, they’re all candy free and full of fun! Check out my crafty Valentine Roundup below.

This glow stick Valentine from Six Time Mommy will brighten up everyone’s day!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

This rubber ducky from Housewife Eclectic is just the cutest!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

This flower pot idea from Spit Ups and Sit Ups is adorable!
I’d love a bouquet of those little hand prints!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

And this sweet finger painting card from Simply Pett will be sure to make hearts melt!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

This Star Wars Valentine from Healthy Happy Thrifty Family will bring
anyone over from the dark side!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

How about these great Dinosaur Valentines from The Titan Adventures!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

And this clever idea to reuse juice boxes in the Juice Box Robot from Foxy’s Domestic Side!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

What Moms Love takes the cake with these three, all with puns and gifts on point!: You’re Erase-sistable with a handy eraser, You Make Me Slappy with an adorable slap bracelet, and A Scratch Made in Heaven with an adorable craft for everyone!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

Crafty Valentines Roundup

Crafty Valentines Roundup

Once all the Valentines are exchanged, why not have a cute Valentine’s party like they did at Lovely Little Lives so your kids can have fun showing off their new Valentine crafts! These glitter goodie bags will be a big hit for carrying around all of those awesome and crafty Valentines!

Crafty Valentines Roundup

What are your favorite Valentines you’ve received or given?
I’d love to hear about it in the comments!

10 Candy Free Valentine Ideas for Kids

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36 thoughts on “Top 10 Candy Free Valentine Ideas for Kids

  1. Ashley LaMar

    Aw, these are great!! It’s so thoughtful of you to curate a candy-free collection, especially since so many people are on these regulated diets these days. I think the ducky one is my favorite.

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  2. Jessi

    how adorable! I have been looking at candy free valentine’s this year because my daughter always tends to get so much candy! I think we still have some from Halloween

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  3. Marcie

    I love all of this! We did glow sticks and rubber duckies instead of candy for Halloween but I didn’t think of it in terms of Valentine’s Day. My oldest is 3yo and I guess I should probably do something for him 🙂

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  4. Cara (@StylishGeek)

    Love all your candy ideas! Lately I have been giving valentine trinkets instead of candy, however, I don’t know by my kid is into collecting stationery nowadays. I don’t mind receiving any candy ofcourse. 🙂

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  5. Hannah

    Yay! Thanks for including mine 🙂 I’m glad you got the updated info for mine since I literally just transferred the blog this week and redid this post yesterday haha. I’m pinning and sharing 🙂

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  6. Theresa

    I really like the glow light idea. We used to have a ton of glow lights that we bought in bulk. This would have been perfect if I still had them around!

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  7. Emma

    I can’t eat sugar so these ideas are perfect for me! I love the handprint roses picture – an absolutely adorable arts and crafts project for the kids!

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  8. Tereza

    These are all so sweet – I thought that the duckies would be my favourite after the first time I saw them but the dinosaurs totally beat them haha! x

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  9. Jeanine

    I love all of these! Thank you so much for including mine. They are all so fun, and creative! Such great ideas for the perfect Valentine that doesn’t involve candy!

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  10. Savannah

    OMG, the little dinosaurs are so cute and fun! I hate how nearly every holiday is surrounded with candy and sweets – this is so much healthier! Thanks for sharing <3

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  11. Reesa Lewandowski

    My kids school is candy free so these are great options for us! I will have to show them to the kids and see which ones they want to do!

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  12. Angela Ricardo

    As a military wife who could barely handle her busy schedule I am truly glad I came across your post. These are really cute and creative! My favorite was the rubber duck and the finger painting. Perfect for this Valentines Day!

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  13. Ance

    So sweet ideas for our little ones. Great post I like this craft ideas so cute I will try with my kids something of this ideas for sure ! Thank you!

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  14. Nikki Arnold

    I love candy free gift items for kids. They really don’t need all that sugar. I also love how simple these are for kiddos to help recreate and not expensive to make for an entire class!

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