Conversation Heart Front Door

So here you go … the final entry in  my front door choices.

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Super simple vinyl hearts + lettering to match my favorite Valentine’s Candy.


And since I liked the minimalist candy look, I skipped adding any kind of wreath or other embellishment.

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Simple candy heart goodness.

I simply cut four 5×5.5” hearts in different colors on my Silhouette and then added the lipstick pink letters over top.

No Silhouette?

No problem. This design would be a cinch to hand cut  out of vinyl or contact paper and add scrapbook or crafting stickers for the text.

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This would also be fun on a board for inside the house so you could reuse it.

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So, now it’s your turn.

Let me know which of my four designs should be on the door through Valentine’s Day: 1 – Neutral; 2 – Red; 3 – Primitive; or 4 – Conversation Hearts.

I’ll randomly pick on of the commenters to receive a Valentine’s day good pack from THRIVE. Voting closed tomorrow, January 31st at 8 pm MST so that I can hurry and get the prize in the mail.  Edited to add:

Congratulations Nydia!

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17 thoughts on “Conversation Heart Front Door”

  1. I love the neutral burlap best. I do think the convo hearts would be really cute on kids' bedroom doors to surprise them on Valentine's morning (QTPie, Hugs, LuvU, etc). Vinyl would also work to leave a love note on hubby's car. Knowing my man he wouldn't see it until *after* work since he's not fully functioning first thing so it would be a big surprise when he left work. haha

  2. I still love the first one, the neutral, but then I am a huge Beatles fan, and it reminds me of them. Love your blog, and am so glad you can find the time to do it. Thank you.

  3. I really love the red and burlap one best. But conversation hearts are also a weakness. My roommates and I put together a page-long conversation using conversation hearts. It was a bit stilted, but still a conversation. Yes, we must have been loopy from mid-terms or something…

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