Chalkboard Conversation Hearts

My first Valentine's Day post of the year--finally!  
I don't know why, but I am having such a difficult time getting back in the swing of things.  I guess the fact that my hubby is traveling A TON, plus Little Man keeps getting sick doesn't help.  Getting a project completed has been absolutely painful. Hopefully we'll get back in the groove very, very soon.
Now I would like to introduce you to my chalkboard conversation hearts.  Who doesn't love conversation hearts?!  And how about the chance to write your own little messages.  Then erase and write another.  And another.  
It all began when I discovered THIS red and pink chalkboard paint at JoAnn's last week.  I had long mourned the face that chalkboard paint was only black, but little did I know!  I quickly took both of these home with me.
I also found these wooden hearts at JoAnn's, and I bought the last three that they had.  
I took out the jute and gave each side of the hearts 2 coats of paint.  (Please don't judge me for my messy painting... it was late at night, and I was rushing!)  I quickly decided to paint the hearts on wax paper instead of the paper plate to keep the hearts from sticking.
Then I got out my chalk and started to write some lovey-dovey messages!  
I added the jute back through the holes and started hanging the hearts around my house. I decided to add some ribbon bows to dress them up a bit.  Because I ended up with 3 hearts, I decided that each member of our family can have a heart.  We can write messages to each other and leave them around the house!
Hopefully this heart will help my hubby lighten up while working in his office.  He's a bit of a work-a-holic!

 But they sure do look cute hanging from the knobs of my little bench.

Or from our little office organizer next to our front door.

I left this heart in a really obvious spot to be sure that Mr. Daisy would come home, notice them, and tell me how much he loves them!

 I'm looking forward to writing little messages to each other again and again!  Don't you love chalkboard paint?!

Thanks for being here and thanks for reading!
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  1. Sara @ Mom Endeavors says

    I hear ya with getting back into the swing of things. I'm struggling too!!

    Anyway, I "HEART" these! 🙂 They are awesome!! May have to try this one or something like it!!

  2. Oh My Heavens! SO CUTE! I didn't know that chalkboard paint came in other colors either! I want some!
    I love the one in your office! The fact that it is paired with a Dwight Shrute bobblehead made me smile!
    I am actually making some crafts this week. A rare occasion, I know. It has been so fun! Maybe I will post them on my blog as soon as I am done!

  3. These are soo cute! I love this idea! 🙂

  4. What a cute idea, love the different colored chalkboard paints!

  5. Love this idea!! How cute is that chalkboard paint.. I may have to go snag some!!!!

  6. reasonstoskipthehousework says

    Love them! AND, I love the red and pink paint – I really was in love with the idea of the basic chalkboard paint, but always tried to think of ways to color it! YAY for new inventions – why couldn't I have come up with it?!?!? Happy thoughts to you! Smiles, Melanie

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  7. staci @ lizard n ladybug says

    I love this idea….I actually have those wooden hearts – now I just gotta get the chalk paint 🙂

  8. Great idea! Ashton will love coloring on those!

  9. Very cute!!! A Joanns just opened up locally and I have yet to go check it out…but now that I am on the look out for some colored chalkboard paint I have a good excuse 🙂

  10. Aw – they are so cute! What a great idea! I think I will copy that!!

  11. These are lovely

  12. she wears flowers says

    These are so cute!!

  13. MaryBerry Boutique says

    i love these! I thought it only came in black and green so im way excited!:) good job very sweet:)

  14. UtahMillers says

    I am going to JoAnn's first thing in the morning. Seriously. You totally rock. Love these so so so much!

  15. Where did you get the paint and where did you get the bench! 😉

  16. Michele {The Scrap Shoppe} says

    Super cute! I've seen the red and pink chalkboard paint in stores but wondered what I'd use them for. Duh! V-day! I'm sure Mr. Oopsey will love his little notes! 🙂

  17. A-DORABLE! Love them Alison!
    Thanks for linking up.

  18. bonniedtanner says

    Alison! That is such a cute idea! I love it! Is jute the paint? Does the chalk erase pretty well? Thanks for always sharing your talents! You are amazing!


    very cute idea love them

  20. These are adorable! I've added it to my project list. You have an amazing blog. If you are wanting a variety of different colors of chalkboard paint I found a recipe at where you can create your own.

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