Conversation Heart Ornament

February 8, 2017 at 2:00 AM Leave a comment

Conversation Heart Ornament

As I was walking through the craft aisle at Michael’s, I found this heart ornament. After confessing my love of heart-shaped items, it’s no surprise that I left the store with the ornament in my bag. I played around with the idea of decorating it with a monogram or our wedding date, but in the end, I decided to make a reversible conversation heart ornament.

Conversation Heart Ornament

Hung on a door knob, this simple DIY adds a subtle Valentine’s Day touch to your living space. Feel like freshening things up? Simply twist the twine around to reveal a second message on the back!

Conversation Heart Ornament

Conversation Heart Ornament


  • Clay heart ornament
  • Acrylic paint
  • Paint Brushes
  • Pencil


  • Lightly write out your message with a pencil
  • Using a small paint brush, paint over the penciled writing
  • Let dry, then gently erase visible pencil marks
  • Flip over and repeat with another message



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