10 Flower-Themed Activities for Valentine’s Day

Written by on February 10, 2020 in Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments

Valentine’s Day is a season not only for love and romance but also for a wide range of activities for kids and adults. Aside from valentine’s day flower bouquet, romantic dates and get-together, everyone will surely enjoy fun activities to celebrate the day of hearts. On the other hand, it is not only a time for hearts. It is also a time for beautiful flowers. If you are planning an interesting and engaging activity for everyone, here are 10 flower themed activities that you can do on Valentine’s Day:

1. Lollipop Flowers

Paper flowers can be an easy craft to do. If this is an activity for preschoolers in school, the teacher may provide paper flowers already cut in shape to avoid kids from using sharp scissors. The paper flowers can be added with a piece of lollipop in the center.

If you want the flowers to emphasize the Valentine’s Day celebration, you may choose to use heart-shaped papers as the petals of the flowers and attach them accordingly to the stick of the lollipop to create a lovely flower.

2. Flower-filled Hearts

Heart-shaped containers made from paper or plastic can be hanged on ceiling, windows, or wall. To make it look more festive, fill each heart-shaped container with colorful flower papers. You can have those flowers in different sizes, shapes, and colors for added attractiveness. This activity can be done by kids and adults as part of their Valentine’s Day activities at home, school, or in places or venues they choose.

3. Cupcake Flowers

Cupcakes are one of the activities that kids, and even adults, love to do. For Valentine’s Day, you can make this activity more interesting by simply baking the cupcakes in flower shapes or design them with icing in flower shapes. You can use icing in colors of Valentine’s Day or sprinkle the icing with heart-shaped mini candies.

4. Flower Paper Bouquet

There are so many materials at home that can be used to create a bouquet of flower paper. Used egg cartons can be cut to form flowers and arrange in a bouquet. You can also have them painted or colored with the colors of Valentine’s Day for added attractiveness and style.

Tissue papers, colored papers, and art papers can also be used for this activity. If you have coffee filters, muffin layers, or cotton balls at home, you can also use them for the activity. Kids and adults will surely enjoy this activity for the celebration of Valentine’s Day.

5. Flower and Heart Garland

A garland accentuated with flowers and hearts is a perfect decorative item to do for Valentine’s Day activity. Using hard papers or other forms of papers you may cut them out in heart and flower shapes for the garlands. These garlands are nice to hang on windows and walls for the celebration of Valentine’s Day.

6. Valentine’s Day Cards

Another activity to do in time for the Valentine’s Day celebration is the Valentines card. Instead of the ordinary rectangle shaped cards, you can have a flower shaped card this time. Hard papers cut in flower shapes are nice for this fun activity. If you intend it for preschool activity, it is best to have the papers already cut in flower shapes for safety reasons.

Even adults will enjoy doing this activity. They can have the flower cards in different sizes. Each card can be written with Valentine’s Day messages and greetings or have them paste the cards with hearts and images.

7. Artificial Flowers

Flowers made from ribbons, laces, or silk cloths can be arranged to create a romantic bouquet. There are silk flowers to find in the flower shops or department stores, but you can always choose to craft your own artificial flowers.

Ribbons and laces are also an ideal option for the materials in creating artificial flowers. When artificial flowers are arranged in a glamorous bouquet, it can be a lovely gift for someone special. Kids and adults are sure to have fun creating and arranging the artificial flowers for Valentine’s Day bouquet.

8. Wall of Flowers

Fill the wall with flowers on Valentine’s Day and use the wall as backdrop for picture taking. You can use a wide range of flower varieties from Roses to Tulips, Sunflowers, Carnations, Orchids, and Lilies. If you can’t buy freshly cut flowers, you have the option to use silk and artificial flowers. Paper flowers are a great idea, too.

9. Flower-themed Valentine’s Day Treats

Homemade biscuits, tarts, and cupcakes in flower shape are an ideal activity to do with kids or with adults for the Valentine’s Day celebration. If you have the place and baking supplies and tools to use for this activity, it will be a fun activity that everyone would want to participate.

10. Wreath of Flowers

Form a wreath using flowers. Whether you want Roses or any other types of romantic flowers, you can easily create a flower wreath that you can hang at home, in the office, or in school. Paper flowers and artificial flowers can also be used for the wreath if you want the wreath to last for a long time.

These simple but fun and engaging activities for Valentine’s Day are a great way to enjoy the love month. Kids and adults are sure to have fun doing each of these activities. Aside from teachers of preschoolers and elementary students, parents may also find these activities useful in teaching kids to on how to be creative.

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