The season of love is upon us and we kicked it off by celebrating #31daysoflove with our friend Maggy of the amazing Red Ted Art! Last year, I shared the tutorial for these storybook heart bouquet cards (an old family classic and new fan favorite). This year I wanted to stretch my imagination, try something a little less traditional – and that’s how this crazy crew of poseable conversation heart BFFs was born.
These bendy, moveable happy little hearts are an adorably interactive way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. You only need a few simple supplies, they’re easy to customize with your own fun faces and phrases, and they can be given as an alternative to paper cards for a stand-out, play-encouraging Valentine or adding to a decorated Valentine Box!
Watch the tutorial below and get the free printable here at Red Ted Art!
You can download the free pre-designed templates (with lots of options to customize your own), or use the simple shapes and steps to create a set from scratch. You’ll find more details, the full supply list, and the free printable here at Red Ted Art. While you’re there, stock up on creative inspiration with a visit to the round-up of all 31 of this year’s DIY Valentine projects!
Looking for more valentine ideas? Check out our new DIY recycled art pennant pin valentines, and Tweetheart, our messenger pigeon valentine (guys, he FLIES). For those of you who’ve gone absolutely cuckoo for free printables, you won’t want to miss the fun cuckoo clock pop-up valentine we designed for hello, Wonderful either. Happy Valentine-ing!