Valentine Coffee Filter Hearts

By | February 3, 2014

Valentine Coffee Filter Hearts

We have done a few crafts in the past using coffee filters, like our butterflies or the flowers we made for Mothers Day.  Every time we make something with them the girls have so much fun.  Their favorite thing is always using the eye dropper to put the colors on the filters.  So I thought we should make some again for Valentines Day to hang around the house.

Since we were using just one color this time I thought it would be fun to use some glitter glue to decorate our Valentine coffee filter hearts.  I like to buy little tubes of glitter glue, since it is easier for the girls to use.  I just put a bunch of different colors out and let them make some designs. After they were all dry we taped some string to the backs and hung them around the house in different windows.   They look so pretty from the inside and outside of the house, and once again the girls had a blast making them!

Check out our VALENTINES DAY Pintrest board for more fun ideas!


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Heart Template
Red Food Color
Glitter Glue
Eye Dropper


Supplies for coffee filter heartsPrint and cut out your Heart Template.
Trace the template onto your coffee filters and then cut them out.
Mix up some water and red and/or pink food color.

Coloring the Coffee Filter HeartsPlace your heart coffee filters onto baking sheets (this is for easy clean up only)
Then use eye droppers to put your colored water onto your filters.

Letting the Valentine Hearts DryLet your coffee filter hearts dry.

Putting Glitter on the Valentine Coffee Filter HeartsOnce dry use glitter glue to decorate your hearts.

Valentine Coffee Filter HeartsOnce the glitter glue is dry tape string to the back of your heart and hang them up.

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5 thoughts on “Valentine Coffee Filter Hearts

  1. Laurie

    This is fantastic!

    You ROCK for linking up this week to Tip Me Tuesday. {high fives}

    Just a heads up, Tip Junkie can help you index your blog more effectively if you upload at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL into your Tip Junkie craft room!

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    ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie}
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