Conversation Hearts Headband Tutorial + Giveaway

My little preschooler loves hearts AND I love Valentine’s Day. So I made her the CUTEST Valentine’s Day Conversation Hearts Headband that we both love! This easy Valentine craft requires no sewing, so anyone can make it.

Conversation Hearts Headband

conversation heart headband tutorial || Valentine craft

Do you see the bribery up there?! Yes, a little chocolate always makes pictures easier with a 3 year old!

I used my new Canon TS6020 Printer and check out those vibrant colors it printed!

Valentine Conversation Hearts craft idea || Valentine's Day crafts

I didn’t realize it, but her headband reads, “Love you forever, Sweetie.” And um, totally perfect, right?! Love a happy accident!

Valentine Conversation Hearts craft idea

So want to see how I used my printer to make a headband?

Valentine’s Day Conversation Heart Headband Tutorial

Supplies:

  • Printable Heat Transfer Paper {I used this kind}
  • Inkjet Printer {I used my new Canon TS6020 Printer, which prints nice and fast and has a sleek, modern design.}
  • Scissors
  • Iron
  • White Elastic Headband
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Craft Felt

Canon printer

  1. First, I printed out conversation heart designs with my Canon TS6020 printer.

This wireless printer is so cool! It prints beautiful colors with a faster print speed and the design is totally rad. Above it is all folded out for printing, but when I’m done, look how it folds up to be very compact {see picture below}.

Canon printer TS6020

Love the modern design. Oh and as a crafter, I love that it has the option for rear loading for different materials. Plus there’s a cassette for regular paper. So I use the rear load for crafting and the cassette for regular printing. Which is very handy. There are 4 models in the new TS series. Go check them out here to find your Picture Perfect Match!

Conversation hearts craft idea - Valentine's Day

2. Then cut out the conversation hearts. I actually used my Silhouette Cameo to cut mine out, but scissors work fantastic as well. {note: the conversation heart designs are from the Silhouette shape library.}

Printable Heat Transfer tutorial

3. Peel off the paper backing.

Iron on Heat Transfer craft

4. Place conversation heart onto a small piece of coordinating felt and iron according to transfer paper directions.

Valentine craft idea _ Valentine's Day conversation hearts

5. Cut around the conversation heart leaving a thin border of felt. Repeat Steps 3-5 for two more conversation hearts.

Valentine Headband tutorial

6. Then hot glue the conversation hearts onto the headband, overlapping them slightly.

Conversation Heart Headband for Valentine's Day craft

DIY Valentine Headband tutorial

Then give this cute Valentine Headband to your little Valentine!

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DIY Valentine's Day headband - Conversation Hearts headband tutorial

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Canon. All opinions are mine.

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Linda
Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥
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  1. 51
    shannon

    I have at least 15 printables I’ve gathered on Pinterest that I’d love to print and hang as artwork!

  2. 52
    Kelly D

    I would like a new printer so I can print out worksheets and information for my kids to do their school work. Also sometimes I need to print out forms.