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Valentines Day Craft – Conversation Hearts

January 31, 2011 Amanda 13 Comments

Think back to your childhood Valentine’s Days….what is the one treat that stands out most vividly for you?  That’s right…conversation hearts.  Those hard, not terribly great tasting, heart-shaped candies with the sometimes witty-sweet sayings on them.  Rather than breaking your kid’s teeth with the rock hard-sweet treat why not try making a construction-paper version?  This quick and easy Conversation Hearts Valentine’s Day craft is perfect for a snowy afternoon home with the kids or special Valentine’s Day cards for loved ones.  You don’t need much, just some construction paper, a pair of scissors, and several glitter glue pens.

Valentine’s Day Conversation Hearts

Step 1: Fold the construction paper in half {or smaller if you want small hearts}. Cut hearts out of the paper.  This would be great to let your preschooler do with safety scissors, or you can do it yourself.

Valentines Day Craft Conversation Hearts

Step 2: Write cute sayings {like on the conversation hearts}on each heart {ie: “Be mine” or “Best Friends”} or let your child write their own sayings.  Now is the perfect time for your child to practice writing letters or penmanship.

Valentines Day Craft Conversation Hearts

Step 3: Trace the words with glitter glue pens.  What a fun way to practice writing letters and tracing!

Valentines Day Craft Conversation Hearts

Step 4: Decorate the hearts with glitter glue.

Valentines Day Craft Conversation Hearts

Step 5: Let Dry.

Now you’re ready to share some sweet sentiments that won’t break the teeth!  Feel free to share the fun with everyone!

What’s your favorite conversation hearts saying?

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  1. Chele
    Twitter: CheleChestnut

    January 31, 2011 - 7:37 pm

    How cute! I need to do this with my kids! Yes looks easy enough for me! :) Thanks for sharing!

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    Amanda
    Twitter: highimpactmom
    Reply:

    Hey Chele! Oh this was so easy! Seriously! I did most of the prep for it while KJ was playing Strawberry Shortcake and they decorated for a good 30-45 minutes. It was awesome.

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  2. Jen Parker
    February 4, 2011 - 12:27 am

    My son and I just made some great cards with his photo and candy. I love DIY projects that mean more because you make them yourself. http://jenparkerphotography.wordpress.com/2011/02/03/i-heart-valentines-day-still/

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    Amanda
    Twitter: highimpactmom
    Reply:

    Hey Jen!

    ohmygosh! Those Valentine’s Day cards are adorable!! I love that! Thanks so much for your comment! I love DIY projects as well, because it affords me so much more time with my girls than I would have otherwise! Thanks for stopping by!!

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  3. Craig
    February 8, 2011 - 10:03 pm

    Be mine is the classic.

    And I’m off tomorrow to babysit the nieces – they have everything but the paper – I’ll bring that. Thank you for this. Perfect timing.

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    Amanda
    Twitter: highimpactmom
    Reply:

    Great!! So glad it could be of help!! Isn’t babysitting nieces the best?! Love. Thanks for stopping in and commenting!

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  4. Jennifer Auer
    February 9, 2011 - 8:48 am

    What a great idea. Thank you for sharing this on our Valentine’s Day Party Link up.

    Have a great Valentine’s Day!

    Jenn

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    Amanda
    Twitter: highimpactmom
    Reply:

    Thanks for stopping in Jenn! We’re planning lots of fun!

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  5. Lisa Frame
    Twitter: daily_pinch

    February 3, 2012 - 8:51 am

    These are adorable! Love them. I wish Peanut would do crafts like this with me. Looks like I need to borrow a few friends kids :)

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  6. Catherine
    Twitter: EvolvingMommy

    February 3, 2012 - 12:38 pm

    What a fun idea. Glitter makes everything more fun!

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  7. Becca Bernstein
    Twitter: beccabernstein

    February 3, 2012 - 2:21 pm

    Very cute. What a fun idea!

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  8. Kelly {the Centsible Life}
    February 4, 2012 - 8:58 am

    So cute and simple! Love it!

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