Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Printable Banner | Free Printables

Easy DIY Valentine's Day Banner | Free Printable #Valentines_day #free_printables #conversation_hearts

i’m going to decorate for Valentine’s Day this year. i always forget until it is to late to bother. but i really love Valentine’s Day, especially because it gives me an excuse to bring some pink into the house. with all these boys, that rarely happens. so i decided to create a Valentine’s Day printable around my favorite Valentine’s Day candy….conversation hearts!

Conversation Hearts Printables

this banner is super simple to create.  all you need is some ribbon, colored card stock and a printer, i’ve created the free printable for you to use. and if you don’t have room for a banner, you can just print out the hearts and put them up on the wall.

Valentine's Day Banner Craft Tutorial

it turned out super cute…much better than i thought it would. i especially think the bows made it look so adorable.

DIY Valentine Banner

how to make a valentine's day banner

what you need
• colored cardstock (7)
• ribbon or string
free printable Valentine’s Day banner PDF
• hole punch
• scissors

• print out conversation heart messages onto colored card stock. i used colors true to real conversation heart candies.
• cut out the hearts
• punch a hole on each side of the heart where you will run your string through.  if you wish to hang them differently, punch your holes accordingly.
• use ribbon or string to tie the hearts together. i thought bows were cute, so i tied a bow between each heart.  also tie a piece of longer ribbon to each side of the banner so that you can hang it up. your banner is now finished!
Conversation Hearts banner


ALSO….if you are interested in having your Valentine banner printed in spanish, you can head over to my BFF Pattie’s website, Livingmividaloca.com and print out the spanish version of this banner! check it out…


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  1. toni says:

    Thank you! This is perfect and exactly what i was looking for!

  2. This is adorable and I LOVE the spanish version too!

  3. Terry says:

    This is so cute!! We made this yesterday and my girls were so excited to help me hang it up!!! Thanks for the fun printable! I shared your link on my facebook page 🙂

  4. I must have a thing for conversation hearts but this is calling my name. Just found your blog and love it. Looking forward to reading more 🙂

    • jill says:

      Thanks! I love conversation hearts too. Thanks for coming over here…I love having you 🙂

  5. Kanani says:

    I love this! Thanks so much! I wondered if you could tell me what font you used? Or if you could make a few more that say “XO”, “Cutie”, “Love You”….I want to hang this in a space that needs just a few more hearts.

  6. Kanani says:

    Thank you so much Jill!!! Can’t wait to add them to my banner!

  7. Tatjana says:

    Hi, I love your idea of heart as a banner. I tried to get candies for my classroom in Spanish, but everything is sold out. Then I saw your banner and I thought that I could do that. You don’t have a PDF file for the Spanish version. could you put your Spanish version on line as well? Thank you very much, Tatjana

  8. Karen Weatherston says:

    What font did you use for the Valentine’s Day Banner?

  9. Emma says:

    I, too, think it’s very important to be bilingual and that’s why we speak French at home with our children. A French printable would be nice.

  10. Kenna says:

    I love this!! THank you for making it to be printed on colored cardstock and saving my ink! Printing right now and can’t wait!

  11. Emily Larsen says:

    Thanks for sharing this darling printable. When I click on the PDF , it brings it up, but several/most of the hearts are missing a few letters each. Am I doing something wrong, or something else I need to do to get the full words on each heart?
    Thanks again!

  12. Ronna says:

    Love it! Thanks so much for the printables!

  13. Kim says:

    Thank you so much! Also as the only girl in the house, this is also great for me to incorporate a bit of a girly touch for Valentine’s Day

  14. dar says:

    Thank you so much…just what I’m looking for!

  15. Crystal says:

    Cute banner!!! This would be cute to hang up in the boys class room.

  16. Sandra Caballero says:

    My sister’s birthday is on Valentine day! Perfect crafting for her birthday party if she wants to have one this year.

  17. Lori says:

    What length are your ribbons?

  18. Candis says:

    This is so cute! Thanks Jill!

  19. Danitza says:

    This is so cute, I actually grabbed it last year and made my own which I get to bring back out this February!! Thank you

  20. Thank you so much
    I’m going to use this for a valentine photo shoot. Much appreciated. 🙂

  21. Katherine says:

    Hi I’m trying to make this but I’m wanting mine to go up and down and I’m trying to figure out how you you put the heart on the string then added the bows ?

  22. Kristen says:

    Question, can construction paper be used instead of cardstock?

  23. Christina says:

    Thank you so much! I just printed these out for my son’s kindergarten classroom!

  24. Bonnie says:

    Thanks so much! I made a banner for my single sister and she loved it! Bless you for sharing your talents with others!!

  25. Kathy says:

    So cute!! Can you let me know what font this is?

  26. Karen says:

    Thank you for the printouts. Mine turned out great! I used pink polka dotted ribbon. Love it!


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