12 Adorable Conversation Hearts Craft Projects for Valentine’s Day

There are only two opinions about conversation hearts: You either love to eat ’em or love to craft with them. Check out some of the most epic conversation hearts craft projects here.

These easy-to-make conversation hearts magnets are the perfect way to punch up the color on your fridge all through February.

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Don’t let your valentines be mistaken for bills! Stash them in these free printable conversation heart envelopes.

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This leather craft project a totally fresh and new take on conversation hearts that you’ll carry around all year long. 

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Kids love Play-Doh—it’s a fact. But can you guess what they love more? Making their own version and turning it into conversation heart tags.  

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Paperweights have never been so perfectly lovely. Customize your own to say whatever you want.  

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These cookies are not only delicious but the perfect platform for your snarky Valentine’s Day sayings. 

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Pretty and delicious, this conversation heart bark has it all covered. The ribbons of pink marble make it too pretty to eat…not really! 

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Confetti has a million uses! Print out this conversation heart confetti and sprinkle it into a few valentine envelopes for an extra little surprise.  

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A cake that opens up to a bunch of candy? Sign me up! Make your own pinata cake for Valentine’s Day, and you’ll be everyone’s favorite person.  

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Feeling a little sarcastic about Valentine’s Day? Then these felt cuties are the project for you.  

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Gold is always a safe bet when you’re on the hunt for awesome craft ideas. These gold hearts from Homemade Ginger make for the perfect home decor for the Valentine’s Day season.

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Coax those kids into bath time with heart shaped soap. You may just get ‘em to stay in there until their fingertips get wrinkly!  

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