Cork Love Bugs – Valentine’s Day Craft

valentine's day craft for kids I made a Love Bug Butterfly Craft with my son many years ago but have never made one of these classic Valentine’s day crafts with my youngest. So looking around at what supplies I had on hand and how she loves to play with things after we make them cork Love Bugs just made sense. You could use paint but I opted for the least amount of drying time so we could play with them by dinner time when the glue dried.

Gather your materials. You will need some corks, red markers, googly eyes, glue, double stick tape ( or more glue if drying time isn’t a concern), pink and or red construction paper, a heart punch or scissors, and a tray to keep the rolly polly corks on the table and frustration levels low.love bug craft for valentine's day

Start by coloring your corks. love bug craft for kidsMy daughter decided to make a mama and a baby love bug so she colored two while I made one as well. If you want to spread this craft out over a longer period you could paint the corks and wait for them to dry. We are not good at waiting so we used sharpies.love bug craft for children

Next she used the heart punch to punch out the heart wings first with her handsvalentine's day love bug craft for little kids and then with her elbow.fun love bug craft for kids

I popped the double stick tape on.love bug Vday craft for kids

She added the wings.cork love bug crafats for kids

Then it was time for the glue and googly eyes. She chose just the right ones. love bug crafts for valentines dayThen added the glue. love bug craft easy valentine's day craftLet dry.love bug

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  1. Karen or Honey says

    We made hot plates from corks several years ago and I have hundreds of corks left. I know what my 3 yr old granddaughter and I are going to make for all the grandparents and great grands for Valentines Day! Thank you. I love your stuff! I’ve been following you and using all your ideas since I started keeping 5 of my grands in 2010. Unfortunately, they grow up and leave me, so I only have the 3 yr with me now…can you imagine how much fun we have? She has me (and her Grandpa) wrapped!

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