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Give your kids a Valentine’s Day Heart Attack (free printable)

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A couple days after Valentine’s Day last year, I felt like the girls needed a little something extra to encourage them and pick them up. We had been in Houston for the week visiting family, so I wanted to do a little something for them for Valentine’s Day when we got home. We don’t usually do anything crazy or big, but I knew a Heart Attack was just the thing for them.

What is a Valentine’s Day Heart Attack?

Basically, you come up with as many compliments, nice things, positive praises and affirmations for somebody and write them on hearts. Then, you put those hearts in a place where they are surprised to see them and feel loved knowing you feel this way about them. It’s kind of like surprise, customized conversation hearts. You can add their names, or nicknames or pretty much anything you can think of to build a person up.

Give your kids a heart attack with free printable

I had seen various pictures posted and went to read Kendra’s Valentine’s Day Heart Attack post to get fully inspired. Then I took the time to make some heart shapes in my Silhouette software and have it cut them out for me in various colors of cardstock. Why? Because I very much don’t like cutting out hearts that don’t come out even and I didn’t want a crease down the middle. They came out pretty good last year, too! In fact, these are still up on their door right now. And the bigger two girls took their hearts off their door and put them on their walls.

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My Silhouette is very handy for those things.

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The printable

But, I realized after sharing the picture that not everybody has a Silhouette machine and I wanted to make those hearts easy for people that don’t have one (sidenote….put this on your wish list! You’ll thank me!). So, I created some easy to print out hearts that are perfect for a heart attack for your kids, or really anybody. And, I also realized that people might struggle with things to write on them, so I made one sheet completely blank and one sheet that has a couple “starter” phrases to get you going.

Give your kids a heart attack blank printable Watercolor hearts with sample text

HOW TO GRAB THESE FUN PRINTABLES:

Click the links or on the image and you will be prompted to download the pdf.

Then you can print the page out at home (use cardstock so they print out better and stand up to the cutting better).

Then cut out each heart.

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Next, write on the blank ones and tape them on a door, bathroom mirror, or anywhere your kids will see them.

give your kids a valentine's day heart attack

I prefer to put them up while the kids are sleeping. Then when they wake up in the morning, they see them on their bedroom door first thing. A bathroom mirror is also a great place for people to see them.

PRO TIP: >> The idea of a Valentine’s Day (or really any time) heart attack works for everybody. When Mr. Serious was having a rough week, I put a set of hearts on husband’s steering wheel with customized sayings on them just for him. I think he would tell you it made his day!

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HOW TO GRAB THESE FUN PRINTABLES:

Click the links or on the image and you will be prompted to download the pdf. Then you can print it at home (use cardstock so they print out better and stand up to the cutting better), cut out each heart, write on them and tape them on a door, bathroom mirror, or anywhere your kids will see them.

Give your kids a heart attack blank printable Watercolor hearts with sample text

Do you think these free heart printables will help you surprise somebody you know and/or love?


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4 Comments

  1. I love this idea. Totally doing this on my daughters ceiling (she is in a loft bed).

  2. Stephanie says:

    I just wanted to say thanks for the printables. My daughter was having a really hard day today and they helped to raise her spirits.

    1. Oh this makes my heart so happy! Glad they were helpful for you and your daughter!

      I need to do this with one of my girls again!

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