Scripture Crafts For St. Valentine’s Day

Saint Valentine was a man of God, and given that his feast day revolves around love, it only seems fitting to include some Scripture activities for kids! What a great way to stay focused on the true meaning of this feast day. You can find all of my resources for celebrating the feast day of St. Valentine here, but for now, let’s take a look at celebrating St. Valentine with scripture. 

St. Valentine's Day Resources

Here’s a fun Scripture verse Valentine that gets painted with Q-tips. This is a perfect craft for preschool, although children of all ages can enjoy this!

Scripture Valentine's Day craft for kids- bible verse on heart

Try this “Open the Eyes of My Heart” craft. Another craft that is great for preschoolers!

Open the eyes of my heart craft- religious valentine's craft for kids

Make a John 3:16 Valentine’s craft. I modified this one to fit the Catholic translated scripture from this verse. I really think these come out to be adorable. 

John 3-16 Valentine

Make decoder Valentines– so fun, especially for older kids and boys. This one seems really magical and can make a detective kind of game. 

Decoder Valentine Project

Make your own “perfect pairings” Valentines. These Scripture verses go with punny candy. So for each scripture verse, I have paired it with a fun St. Valentine’s treat that can go with the food! 

Psalm 25:10 Craft

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I love this St. Valentine’s Day wreath! It’s
(I like to call Tiffany the “Liturgical Wreath Lady”.
She never disappoints). 🙂
St. Valentine's Day Wreath
Help your kids memorize part of 1 Corinthians 13
1 Corinthians 13 Bible verse Valentine's Day craft for kids | 3-D pop out heart craft |
Here is another free printable Christian Valentine for kids
that is adorable and includes a Bible verse!
Printable Christian Valentine
Here’s another Christian Valentine idea from Long Wait For Isabella. Very cute!
This is free to print!
God is Love Valentine's

Also,  check out my Valentine’s day countdown chain– it’s a printable paper chain with Scripture verse to read per day counting down to the feast of St. Valentine! It’s so great when kids can see how much longer they are waiting for a feast day, and also a fun way to sneak a little bible reading into daily life with them. This also prints in full color or in black outline. The black outline version is super cute printed on pink paper! 

Scripture Valentine's Day craft for kids- bible verse on heart

I love this bible word search! You have to find the
words from Corinthians 13:4-8. So cute!

Love is Bible Word Search

Busy With Blessings made an awesome
Beatitudes Valentine Project and the final
project made for a beautiful decoration!

Blessed are the Poor Valentine's

Joyfilled Family shared some beautiful
Religious Love Printables with prayers!

Jesus Christ Religious Love Printable

Family at the Foot of the Cross also made these
Saintly Valentines for Jesus. 🙂

Saint Valentine's
That Artist Woman using toilet paper tubes.
Heart Sun Catcher
I love this “Jesus Loves Me” Valentine tutorial
from Inspiring Ideas!
Jesus Loves Me Valentine's

My Little Flower used loving religious pictures
to create some St. Valentine’s Day decorations.

Valentine's Decoration

This Printable Valentine Angel is free on All Sorts.

Printable Valentine Angel

Be sure to check out all of my resources for celebrating the feast day of St. Valentine here!

More Saint Valentine Posts


  1. lovely ideas. thanks for much for featuring my Jesus Sacret heart valentine! LACY!!!!! Did you see you are one of four (I think) finalists for best Catholic blog??? It's awesome. your blog is awesome. Everyone should vote for you. check it out here:

  2. Cheryl Basile says

    Lacy, Voted for your blog; really love checking it out each week. You have so many great yet easy-to-do ideas! Have also recommended you to other moms.

    I just posted something on my blog that might interest your blog's followers/readers: a easy-to-make Valentine game for older kids to reinforce the concepts of love in the Bible. Please check it out at

    Cheryl Basile

  3. These are such great ideas. I love the stained glass cross! I put up our Valentines post today complete with some of our crafts.