Recycled Valentine Crafts for Kids

We love to use recycled materials when we make crafts.

It just seems much less wasteful to use a few things before they get thrown out.

Here are some awesome recycled Valentine crafts that all use an item or two from the recycle bin.

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

They’re all pretty and fun. You’re kids will love them!

Let’s gather some supplies and get started crafting.

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Recycled Valentine crafts for kids

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

Save your empty cereal boxes to make one (or more) or our Silly Heart Puppets.

Before your recycle your empty cardboard tubes, use them to make our Heart-Stamped Valentine Cards.

Use up your scrap paper and fabric to make some of our pretty Collage Heart Valentines.

Or, use cardboard and other scraps to make our pretty Monochromatic Collage art project.

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

You can also make pretty Heart Magazine Collages like these from Arts & Crackers.

Do you have a pile of old CD’s laying around? I do. Instead of throwing them out, use them to make these fun Recycled CD Valentines from Crafts on Sea.

Save an empty tissue box so you can make a cute Valentine Box Robot like this from B-Inspired Mama.

Don’t toss that empty milk carton! Instead, rinse it out and use it to make an adorable milk-carton Valentines House from Happy Hooligans.

More awesome recycled Valentine crafts

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

Save your grocery bag to make a cute Brown Paper Grocery Bag Valentine Holder from Buggy & Buddy.

Use up your fabric scraps with this pretty Rag Heart Ornament craft from Happy Hooligans.

Before you recycle your newspaper, make a pretty Newspaper Heart Garland from Kitchen Counter Chronicles.

Use the bubble wrap that came in your packages to make a set of Bubble Wrap Printed Valentine Cards from Rainy Day Mum.

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

And, cut up the box to make these simple Yarn-Wrapped LOVE Letters from Rainy Day Mum.

Or you can use the cardboard box to make Recycled Cardboard Heart decorations from Arty Crafty Kids.

Don’t toss those empty cardboard tubes until you’ve made a couple of these Owl Valentines from Kitchen Counter Chronicles.

Which of these recycled Valentine crafts are you going to try with your kids?

Check your recycle bin for supplies to make these cute and fun Recycled Valentine crafts for kids. You'll want to make them all!

You may also like one of these Valentine activities:

Coffee Filter Valentine Heart Suncatcher

Measuring with Hearts

Simple Valentine Card Making Station

No-Sew Valentine Pencil Toppers

My must-have Valentine crafting resources

While the recycle bin has tons of fun stuff to craft with, you’ll want to few extra things to help you create some awesome Valentine’s crafts. Here are some supplies I like to keep on hand:

Do you want to do more activities with your kids?

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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