Heart Attack

My friend Wendy has a fabulous idea for Valentine’s Day. She cuts hearts of all different shapes and sizes and writes nice comments about each of her children on the hearts. She then covers each of their doors with the hearts. We just finished this for one of our children  -two more to go before morning.heart-attack.jpg


28 Responses to “Heart Attack”

  1. jennifer w. Says:

    What a sweet idea!

  2. Amy Says:

    I love it… a heart attack with added punch.

  3. Sue Says:

    Cindy~ I LOVE this idea! (As usual) The girls & I are SO ready for our fun & crafty day, thanks to you! Happy V-Day to the Kansas crew from the Philly gals:)

  4. amy Says:

    What a great idea!! Way to affirm your kids!

  5. kirchberg Says:

    I love this. Rachel won’t be back until Monday, so I have time!

  6. kikipotamus Says:

    So sweet! I love this idea! K

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  9. Toddler Approved Says:

    I absolutely love this idea and am sharing it on my blog as part of a kindness round up tomorrow/today? (Sunday-Jan 22) What a sweet way to spread some cheer in your home.

  10. Rebecca Says:

    Lve this idea! Going to do it.

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  12. Holly Says:

    We did this for our children this morning— total hit! Have a feeling it will be repeated next year! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Tammy Says:

    LOVE this idea!! And I was actually thinking of going a little farther with it, was thinking of adding a heart for each day of February maybe but I do like the idea of her waking up Vday morning with her door covered LOL

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  22. Kate R Says:

    Thanks for the great idea! I’m trying it this Valentine’s Day. But I’m also using it as an opportunity to put some German in front of my kids. I’m raising them to be bilingual, so I take any chance I can get to get them to read more German!

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