Quick and Easy Conversation Hearts

Quick and Easy Conversation Hearts

Allie Gower of My Card Party and I’ve made some Quick and easy Conversation Hearts !

conversation hearts

Make these fun Conversation Hearts to give away on Valentine’s Day.  They are fast and easy to make in bulk.  Use these as a classroom giveaway, on projects, add a magnet to the back, or just surprise someone by leaving one behind somewhere.

You need plain acrylic hearts that are available in the floral section of big box stores. I picked mine up on clearance after Valentine’s Day last year. I think they are designed to put in a vase. There are a ton in a bag and not very expensive even at regular price. I am always crafting and love a good bargain so I picked them up for my statsh.  They are super fast!

 

Supplies for Quick and easy Conversation Hearts

  • Acrylic Hearts
  • White Cardstock – DiscountCardstock.com
  • Paint – multi-surface SATIN
  • Medium – Decou-Page Medium
  • Markers – Spectrum Noir
  • Ink – Imagine Crafts NEW Hawaiian Blue StazOn
  • Stamps – a Jillian Vance Design (Tiny Tags Stamps & Die Set)

Directions for the Quick and Easy Conversation Hearts

  1.  There isn’t really a front and back, they’re the same on both sides, so pick a side. This is now the BACK.
  2. Color on the BACK with permanent markers like a Sharpie or an alcohol marker.  Crayola markers will not stick.
  3. Paint with a multi-surface paint and paint brush.
  4. If you like you can even add a word with a little decoupage. I stamped the word on white cardstock and trimmped to fit.
  5. Use Mod Podge to adhere it to the back. Paint and color around it for additional color and pop.

You can package the hearts with a piece of candy or give them as is. That is your call. I like the fact that you can use them again.

 

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