13 Conversation Heart DIYs

February 12, 2014Allison Murray


Okay, so I’ve just brought back roundups and I’ve gone crazy with them. Like three in about a week crazy, but there’s a really good reason for it. There just so many cute Valentine’s day projects out there and I want to share them all before the big day! So here’s roundup number three, and the last in Valentine project DIYS being shared this year. Check ’em out!

And don’t forget, if you’d like to pin these projects, please click through and pin from the original source. Thanks!

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Oh, gosh… I LOVE these individual serving conversation heart cheesecakes. They are amazingly cute and with gluten free graham crackers could even be safe for my restricted diet. Head on over to Hungry Happenings to get the full details as well as the recipe!



See how to turn a paper mache box into a heartfelt Valentine’s Day care package with The House that Lars Built.


Over at Happy Hour Projects you can learn how to turn clay into a too cute, conversation heart inspired initial charm bracelet!

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These posters are inexpensive and easy to make, a great combination! TO see how to make these DIY Conversation Heart Posters, head on over to note to self.


I had a difficult time deciding whether this was more modern or more conversation hearts inspired but here it is! These leather conversation hearts from Polka Dot Chair look like such a neat little gift. I’d totally love a key chain like this :)

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And we’ve got another tasty post from Hungry Happenings, this time in the form of fudge! This takes a really simple fudge recipe and a clay embossing kit to make one super sweet Valentine treat! Conversation Hearts Fudge


This conversation heart clutch is super easy to make and super fun, don’t you think? Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.


Now this is a DIY but it’s not free. You can purchase the printable file to make these DIY Conversation boxes from Claudine Hellmuth’s Etsy shop.


You need coasters even at Valentine’s time, don’t you? If I could knit, I’d totally be knocking out some of these embroidered conversation heart cutie coasters from Just Be Crafty.


I love these conversation heart balloons from Studio DIY. What a quick and easy project!


You still have plenty of time to get your home in the V-day spirit with this easy and free Conversation Heart Printable Banner from Hello Little Home.


And finally get this patterned conversation heart freebie from minted strawberry to make cards, or do something else crafty with!


And as a bonus, you can download some free conversation heart images from me!

Well, that’s all the love I have to share for the day of lovers this year. Hoping your holiday is a happy one!

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