While the adults get ready for dates and grand romantic gestures this month of love, the kids will melt hearts as they send out their touching messages of love for their loved ones with gift cards and artwork made by their little hands.
With the kids’ wild imagination and creativity, all they need are trusty arts and crafts tools to translate their thoughts into a heartwarming work of art. Help your kids pull off their little Valentine surprise with these easy-to-do art ideas.
DRAWN TO YOU
Crayola’s coloring materials always got the kids’ backs and their hands occupied every chance they get. This Valentine’s Day, Crayola Tip Tool Kit and Crayon Carver Numbers Expansion Pack will be their best buddies in writing, drawing, and coloring their messages of appreciation for the special people in their lives. From writing on your walls to writing their own love letters, kids sure know how to make hearts skip a beat!
you color my world
Ever wondered how children see their loved ones and the world around them? Give them any of Crayola’s washable paint sets and revel in their creativity and be blown away by the unique experience of peeking through your child’s mind. For sure, anyone who receives their Valentine artwork will treasure it for years to come.
from the bottom of my heart
Here’s something that will definitely leave a mark on anyone who’ll receive your little one’s DIY gift. Make sure to guide the kids as you whip out a pair of scissors to cut out a heart from colored paper. Then, tape the cutout (the part with the heart-shaped whole) on top of a blank paper.
Let the kids paint their palms and have them stamp their palms on the cutout. Crayola My First Washable Finger Paints will allow them to play with paint without worrying about stain on their clothes. Peel off the cutout and guide the kids in writing and in further designing their artsy gift card that will win the heart of its receiver.
Photographers: Oliver Tam and Joy Frances Ulit
Art Directors: Hans De Barras and Kevin Dexter Magno
Producer: Rhods Ogrimen
Production Coordinator: Elaine Contreras
Makeup: Lio Javier
Hair: Gladys Tiosen
Model: Heavyne Columna
Shot on location at The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences
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