For a unique twist on a heart-shaped lollipop, use this mold to make your own.
These cupcake liners are adorable, and they would be a fun touch to add to any Valentine dessert.
A variety of heart-shaped cookie cutters is perfect for making cookies with your kids.
Bag up your Valentine treats to deliver to neighbors or a school teacher.
Or add some pizazz with these red, striped bags. Dress them up with ribbon or heart-shaped stickers.
Serve your meals and Valentine treats on a pretty plate that your child is sure to fall in love with.
And while you're at it, add a cute cup to go with your Valentine plate.
You know I had to throw a cake stand into the mix! This pink stand is a gorgeous addition to any Valentine party.
Your child doesn't have to give out grocery store Valentines this year. These boyish Valentines are too cute to pass up.
Want a unique Valentine to send to grandparents or to pass out at school? Get custom Valentines that look just like your kids. You can even print them out yourself.
If you can find a spare moment, don't forget to read some good Valentine's Day books with your kids.
I think this simple garland is a clever way to display all of the Valentines your kids bring home from school.
A simple way to decorate for Valentine's Day is to hang a few garlands around the house — made from cutouts of hearts, of course.
Let your kids help hang a few decorations around the house for fun or for a Valentine's Day party.
Add these pink pom-pom flowers to the party decor to make any Valentine's Day pretty.
Kids of all ages will love these hanging decorations. You can make your own by cutting circles in a spiral and tying string on the end.
The final touch (and every little girl's dream) is a heart-shaped rug. You could add it to a bedroom or bathroom.Next: From the Heart, For the Home