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Valentines day originated from St Valentine (Saint Valentine) and has gained popularity as people seek opportunities to cherish love day and make their valentines happy. Valentine’s day 2014 God sent our family a personalized valentines gifts in the form of a baby boy. Since, then this day is double celebration for our family.
I even found a definition for this term. Valentine is a card or gift given on Valentine’s day or your sweetheart may refer to you as Valentine. According to Valentines day statistics, 51% Americans participate in this ritual. While an average man spends more on gifts than an average woman. Obviously! Haha
Valentines day conversation hearts
Mostly valentine gifts are bought for wives, kids, themselves, girlfriends, friends, husbands. Buying a valentines day gift for her outranks buying a valentines day gift for him. Most popular Valentines gifts for her is Valentine’s day flowers. Nothing speaks I love you because more stronger than valentines flowers and valentines cards. A few years back I made nylon roses, it was so much fun.
While I personally love to dine-out with my Valentine. I am always looking forward to Happy valentines day cards from my boys. They love to express their feelings on the card. Last year they made me 10 reasons I love you card and it felt so good. Don’t we all love to hear good things especially about ourselves from people that matter the most to us?
If you agree, let’s grow a tree of love in our home with valentine conversation hearts this year. A personalized gift that will excite everyone.
This project is great for valentines day gift for him. Men love to hear what made you fall in love with them, make them happy this valentines day with feelings using conversation hearts.
DIY Valentine conversation hearts
I have compiled a short video tutorial on how to make this adorable craft at home.
Video tutorial of conversation tree of hearts
Conversation hearts material
- A cork board
- Free Printable tree (print below)
- Construction paper
Valentines day conversation hearts instructions:
- Cut the cork board to the frame’s size and glue the valentine tree printable to it. The printable is linked below. Gluing will help ensure it doesn’t slide around when you secure it in the frame.
- Now use a stencil heart to cutout paper hearts from the construction paper. I used three different sizes in pink, shocking pink and heart red.
- Now write reasons why you love your valentine on the hearts and pin them to the tree.
- With every message your tree will start to grow fuller and fuller.
This would make a heart-warming activity for every age-group. From kids to families everyone can enjoy reading surprise messages from the heart.
I love you because…
Some messages we wrote on our love tree
- You are very patient
- Make me smile
- Are always willing to try new things
- Have a heart of gold
- Are hardworking
- Don’t change me
- Help other people
- Make time
- Are always there
- My bestfriend (for boyfriend or husband)
- Are kind
- Love me
- Thrill seeker
Valentines tree free printable
You can print the valentine tree in 8×11 size in four colors.
Please note: Personal use only
How to print the conversation hearts tree?
- Choose the color and click on the link above to the file.
- Open and save the file on your computer.
- Send it to print and choose portrait mode with A4 size paper.
- You can print larger size by changing the settings as well.
This would be an exciting activity for 14 days of Valentines Day, where you express a “I love you because” reason till 14th February arrives and enjoy the feeling of expression. This may be an opportunity for starting conversations to learn more about each other.
You can decorate your space with paper medallions and have this adorable Valentine tree in the center.
Check out our category VALENTINES DAY IDEAS.
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Lots of great ideas here and the conversation hearts are cute! I pinned this! Thanks so much for linking up with me at my #AThemedLinkup 10 for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day, open until February 10.
Cute idea, glad to share. Happy Valentine’s Day!
What a lovely, thoughtful idea, and such a wonderful way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Thank you for sharing them with the party, and thank you for being a part of the Hearth and Soul community. Have a wonderful week.
Lovely ideas! i fall in love with this post. Thanks a lot for sharing your amazing valentine’s gift ideas. You made our valentine’s very special. Apreciable!