Here’s a fun little way to bring your love for conversation hearts into your Valentine’s Day decor, Project Life pages, or you could send them in Valentines in the mail. At the bottom of this post, you’ll find a download for 31 different cutting files to make your own conversation heart cut outs at home.
Guess what?! I have a pink rotary phone! I wish I could say it’s the real deal, but it’s not. I spray painted it pink.
You see, whenever I swing by the thrift store, I always look for rotary phones. I love them. They are so fun to find, because ‘the phone’ truly has changed so much in the last 50 years.
We currently have a white rotary phone that works great and it was in perfect shape when I found it, but I’ve always hoped I’d find a pink one (a girl can dream). Well, I recently found this one, only when I found it, it was filthy! I really wish I had a before picture to show you just how bad it looked, but I don’t. It was white like the first one I found, only this one had really yellowed in the sun. It was covered in big informational type emergency stickers, and the telephone cord was filthy! !!
Whenever I find something this dirty, I’m so quick to clean it up right when I get home, that I forget to take before pictures. I took the phone apart after we figured out that it wasn’t in working condition (which is okay, I really didn’t care if it worked…I only paid $3 for it). Once I had all the plastic pieces clean and dry, I got it all ready to spray paint pink. We left the center circle the original white so that I wouldn’t lose the cute numbers, or mess with the rotary feature of it.
Here are some of my favorite of the 31 different conversation hearts in the download. We had fun coming up with a few of them…”amazeballs” and “adorbs” make me giggle. There are so many fun things you could do with all these fun hearts. You can add them to your decor, sew them together into a garland or just use them as little love notes.
Here are all the different conversation hearts you’ll get with the $2 download:
1. #1 fan
3. All Mine
4. All My Love
7. Be Mine
9. Call Me Maybe
10. Call Me
11. Dang Girl
12. Eat Cake
13. Hello Lover
15. Hot Stuff
17. I’m Yours
18. Let’s Kiss
19. Love Bug
20. Love Ya
22. My Baby
23. My Love
24. New Love
26. So Fine
27. Sweet Talk
28. Text Me
29. True Love
30. UR Cute
We’re offering all these files as a paid download for $2.
It’s two different cutting files (.dxf and .svg) and two different image files (.png). The .dxf and .svg should work with a variety of cutting machines, or you can use the .png files to trace your own cut file in your Silhouette (or other) software. You could even use the hollow .png files as a printable for your kids to color and decorate their own valentines for school.
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Have a great day! I’d love to know, when it comes to Valentine’s Day, which is the color you decorate with more? Red or pink? For me it’s pink all the way.