Tell someone they’re sweet with these Conversations Heart Tags – perfect for Valentine treats, food picks, plant pokes or even as props for a photo booth!
One of my favorite things about Valentine’s Day when I was a kid was the candy conversation hearts – it was always fun to read the sayings, pass a box to a friend or try to make a sentence by lining up individual hearts.
As I’ve gotten older, the taste of conversation hearts isn’t my favorite, but I still love the sentiment that goes behind them – so what better way to crush on Conversation Hearts than to create some fun conversation heart tags to enjoy?
Plus, these little tags are pretty darn versatile and a print file you’ll want to have in your back pocket, I promise.
What you need to make the Tags
These sweet tags take only a few minutes to put together. Here’s what you’ll need to get it done:
- white cardstock
- color printer or send the file to your favorite copy shop
- favorite Hallmark movie (optional!)
- cute paper straws, food picks, skewers (optional)
Once you’ve gotten your pages printed it’s time to get cutting. Yes, you could set it up with your Silhouette and make it a total crafter experience – I probably should have included a SVG cut file, but, I didn’t. This mom likes a good reason to plop down on the couch and watch a Hallmark movie – and needing to cut out hearts is a good reason to do so, so I left the file alone!
If you’re running short on time I’ve found that teenagers and even my 9 year old are pretty good at cutting around the edges. We decided we like that white border/sticker look, but you could easily just cut right on the line and they’d be equally adorable.
ideas for how to use the Conversation heart tags
While designing the conversation heart tags I had the idea of using them as a simple treat tag in mind. Just print, cut and write your name (or don’t!) on the back. Bag up a few treats, tie on the tag and have fun with your family dropping plates of goodies on doorsteps.
But the fun doesn’t have to stop there!
These cute little tags are also perfect for stringing along a garland or pairing with the garland I have here or the Valentine Prints here. They work great as oversized food picks or poke a few into a cake for your special Valentine’s Dinner party).
They even look great stuck in plants (hello easy holiday decor!) or use them as props for a photo booth for your Valentine’s Day party.