Have you ever seen wooden spoon crafts? They’re adorable and make great home decor pieces. With Valentine’s Day coming, this Valentine’s Day Love Bug wooden spoon craft is perfect as a DIY gift idea from a kid or as a cute decor pieces.
If you’re looking for a great kids Valentine’s Day craft idea, this wooden spoon craft is a great one! With just a little it of help, they can create an adorable gift for a teacher, grandparent or Mom.
Love Bug Wooden Spoon Craft
If you wanted to package these as a gift, you could do a rainbow of colors and package them together in a quart sized mason jar with a pretty bow.
They make perfect kitchen centerpieces or wall decor for someone looking to decorate their home for Valentine’s Day.
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How to Make Wooden Spoon Crafts on a Budget
Wooden spoon craft ideas are a pretty frugal craft to begin with, but you can make them even cheaper by purchasing your wooden spoons in bulk. The other supplies are great in bulk as well or can usually be found at your local Dollar Tree for cheap too.
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You Will Need:
- Wooden spoon
- Pink craft paint
- Large foam hearts
- Small Foam Hearts
- Black Fine tip marker
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Paint brush
To start, pain the wooden spoon with two coats of paint. Make sure to allow time in between each coat for the spoon to filly dry.
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One the spoon is dry, take two large foam hearts to use as the wings. Using a dab of glue,secure them, point side down onto the back of the spoon.
Allow the glue to dry.
Next, use a fine point sharpie to draw the eyes onto your love bug. Then, use a small foam heart to create the mouth.
Finally, place two small hearts at the top of the spoon to create the antennae.
Allow all glued spots to dry and your wooden spoon craft is ready to be enjoyed!
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Valentine’s Day Love Bug Wooden Spoon Craft
- Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Fine Tip Marker
- 1 Wooden Spoon
- 2 Large Foam Hearts
- 3 Small Foam Hearts
- Pink Craft Paint
- Paint the wooden spoon with 2 coats of pink craft paint. Allow to dry fully between coats.
- Use hot glue to secure 2 large foam hearts – points down – to the back of each spoon to create wings. Allow to dry fully.
- Use 1 small heart to create the mouth and 2 small hearts to create the antennae. Allow glue to dry fully then draw eyes onto the wooden spoon craft with the marker.