Conversation Heart Hair Clips: The Easiest Valentine's Day DIY Project In The History Of Glue

They’re the craft equivalent to adding Sprite to cake mix to get a cake. (Did you know you can do that? You can do that!)
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They’re the craft equivalent to adding Sprite to cake mix to get a cake. (Did you know you can do that? You can do that!)
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I love to make Valentine’s Day crafts. It’s one of those holidays that lends itself perfectly to cute little handmade things, like freshly iced sugar cookies and tiny piñatas.

Luckily, it also lends itself quite well to wonderful accessories: Valentine socks? Yes, please! Conversation heart clutch? Um, OK! February is, in fact, one of my favourite times of the year to shop, because the themed love-y pink stuff fits perfectly into my year-round wardrobe. And after Valentine’s Day, most of it goes on sale. It’s the best!

But enough about shopping and more about making. 

These conversation heart hair clips are probably the easiest thing you will ever, ever make. Seriously, they’re the craft equivalent to adding Sprite to cake mix to get a cake. 

All you need is:

• Hair clips (I bought ugly dollar-store clips and ripped the bows off)

• Glue (preferably a glue gun)

• Conversation heart candies

Once you have your supplies assembled, all you have to do it put them all together: glue your hearts onto your hair clip in whatever formation you’d like. Let them dry thoroughly before sticking them in your hair, and that’s it!

If you wanted to go even further, you could take Alle’s awesome nail polish decorating tip to your clips first to give them a fun colour or a bit of sparkle, or just stick to the minimal look I achieved with my two-minute method!

How are you spending Valentine's Day this year? Is crafting on the menu?