How To Make A Conversation Heart Frame

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner.  Time to deck the mantel with pastels and candy hearts.  We have created this simple tutorial to help you create this adorable Conversation Heart Valentine’s Day Frame.


  • 5×7 picture frame
  • White spray paint – use a paint + primer one like if you plan on changing the color of the frame
  • Conversation heart candies – we used Brachs
  • Glue gun and extra glue sticks

Start with a frame with a thin flat edge.  …

How To Make An Oversized Paper Bow Valentine Mailbox

If you have a daughter in elementary school, even preschool, you may have heard of Jojo Siwa.  She’s known for her oversized blinged out bows.  We have a super easy tutorial on how to make paper bows that your little ladies can deck out with rhinestones, stickers, markers, you name it. …

These love bug cookies are a quick Valentine’s Day dessert that are perfect for classroom parties or a special lunchbox treat.  You can whip out a bunch of these in about half an hour with just a few supplies.

– Oreo Cookies
– Parchment paper
– Mini Candy Eyes (we also found some candy mustaches
– Red Chocolate Candy Melts
– Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate or Black Chocolate Candy Melts
– Small Ziploc bag
– Sprinkles – we found Valentine’s sprinkles at Michaels

Melt the red chocolate candy melts according to package directions. …

Personalized Dollar Store Valentine Treat Bags

I found these burlap Valentine Treat bags at the Dollar Tree.  These simple little treat bags can be easily personalized for classroom valentines or a fun Valentine craft. They would also make great favors for a Valentine’s Day party, Galentine’s Day party or a classroom party.…

DIY Valentine’s Day Sign Using Conversation Hearts

How to make a quick and affordable conversation heart sign for Valentine’s Day.  This project took less than an hour to make.  I chose a more minimalistic approach with the heart candies evenly spaced in a grid on the canvas. You could also use them to spell words like “love” or “xoxo” or glue them in a shape of heart.…