Regardless of opinions on their taste, nothing says Valentine’s Day quite like conversation hearts! I personally can’t stand the taste of them but between the super sweet sentiments and the bright colors, conversation hearts are absolutely irresistible when it comes to decorating. This DIY Valentine conversation heart banner is crazy easy to make and hang even if you’ve got a large area to fill. To up the ante, I used the new Glitter Prints Paper from Core’dinations to make this banner even more adorable!
- Core’dinations White Glitter Prints Paper
- Red Grosgrain Ribbon
- Round Hole Punch
- Conversation Heart Banner Printable
Step One. First things first, you’re going to have to print out the Conversation Heart Banner Printable onto thick cardstock paper. I used Core’dinations Glitter Prints as an easy way to add some glittery fun to the DIY Valentine banner. Printable glitter paper, I love it! There are two 6 inch hearts per page so you can cut as many as you need to make your banner.
Step Three. Punch holes into the sides of the hearts, weave a piece of ribbon through, and tie a knot to secure. I left the ribbon tails long but you’re more than welcome to cut them short or even tie a bow. Continue adding hearts and ribbons to your DIY Valentine banner until you’re happy with the length. Hang your banner somewhere visible for everyone to enjoy!
This DIY Valentine banner really couldn’t be easier to make and enjoy! Wouldn’t it look adorable in a classroom or office? I’ll be hanging mine on our TV console for many years to come! Hope you all enjoyed this free printable and have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!
If you’re loving the look of this conversation heart decoration, check out this Valentine’s Day DIY wreath with the same theme!
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.