Conversation Heart Magnet




By Noreen Doll.

Craft an easy conversation heart magnet with foam hearts.

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This is a great idea for a classroom project or Valentine favors for kids to make at a party.

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The conversation heart stickers are 80 for $1 at Dollar Tree.  And you can buy packs of larger foam hearts at Walmart or the craft store.

I already had the larger hearts, but you could also cut them from a sheet of craft foam.

Materials.

1 Foam Conversation Heart Sticker

1 Larger Foam Heart

Magnet

How to Make a Conversation Heart Magnet

1. Select a conversation heart and a larger foam heart.

2. Remove the paper backing from the conversation heart and stick it onto the larger heart, centering it.

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3. Turn the foam hearts over and attach a magnet to the back.

I like to cut magnets from business card magnets because they lay flat and you can cut them to whatever size or shape you need.

Look in Walmart or office supply store.

Stick your conversation heart magnet to the refrigerator or other metal surface.

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Tips

If you can’t find conversation heart stickers, make your own. You can find sticky back foam in craft stores or Walmart. Cut out your own hearts and add a message.

If you find plain foam sticker hearts, let your kids write their own messages on them.

 

©Noreen Doll

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  1. Another cute conversation heart idea!

  2. Very cute :o)

  3. How fun and easy! LOVE it!

  4. how cute express just what you want to say
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  5. Such a cute idea! I found your idea linked up at 504 Main. :)

  6. Thanks visiting A Humble Creation. This is a very cute craft idea!

  7. CUTE! Thanks so much!

  8. Another fun and cute project!

  9. My little guy would love this! Thanks for sharing.

  10. I love these, they would be a fun alternative for kids to give instead of Valentine cards in school. Thank you so much for sharing with Saturday Spotlight. Have a great week and come back soon!

  11. This looks like it’s an idea that is easy enough for my son’s class to do during their holiday party. Thanks for the inspiration!

  12. Oh this would be a great project for my daughters Valentines Day Party at school! The kids will LOVE IT! Thanks so much for sharing on We Made That!

  13. Very cute – what a great idea! Thanks!

  14. Those are really cute magnets! What a great idea : 0 ).

  15. Sometimes those peel and stick 5 minute crafts are just what we need. I LOVE this and it is so easy to pull together! I’m so glad you shared this at Loving Valentines Day!

    TGIF!
    Marilyn

  16. Such a cute and easy project! Thanks for sharing it at my last weekends link party!

    Hope to see you again this weekend :)

  17. These would be on our frig all year – so cute!

  18. Thank you for linking up your awesome project! We’ve already got our next Showcase up, so come stop by and link up another project!

    Have a great week!
    Susie

  19. What a great idea! My kindergartener and his friends would love this!
    Thanks for sharing~
    xoxo
    Amie @ Pinkapotamus

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