DIY Valentine’s Day Decor: Conversation Heart Bunting

When I was doing a little photo shoot for my Valentine hair pins last week, I was totally charmed with the conversation hearts I used to style the photos. They’re so nostalgic and adorable, the perfect inspiration for February crafting!

I came up with this printable sweetheart bunting that you can print out and string up to remind someone how much you love them!

You can choose from two different sets: Classic (True Love, XOXO, Kiss Me, Be Mine, and Love You) or “Blogger Style” (I Blog 4 U, <3, Thx 4 the RT, I ‘Like’ You, and Tweet @ Me) or you can mix and match both sets.

Download: Classic Sweetheart BuntingBlogger Style Sweetheart Bunting

All you need is:

• Conversation heart print-outs
• Something to string them on (I used large felt rick rack)
• Something to attach them (I used plain old staples)

Carefully cut your hearts around the edges, then attach to your strings. You can use rick rack, ribbon, baker’s twine, whatever you want!

String them up and enjoy!

Heart Photoshop shapes from Shapes4Free
Bebas Neue font from Da Font
Blog photo layout from Pugly Pixel

What’s your favorite conversation heart saying? Mine is “Fax Me”!

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5 Responses to DIY Valentine’s Day Decor: Conversation Heart Bunting

  1. joanne says:

    very cute kir, toby would like to make this with me!

  2. Marcus says:

    Looks good! The cat must’ve been on high alert with all that paper-cutting.

  3. Helena says:

    What a cute idea!

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