Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Gifts · Holidays · January 26, 2017

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Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

Hi Guys! My name is Taylor and I blog over at Taylor Made Creates. I love sewing, home decor, photography and bright colors 🙂 I am so excited to be sharing my first of many posts as a new member of the Lil’ Luna Contributor Team. For my first project, I have a super sweet Valentine’s Day Craft to share with you guys. Conversation Heart Cold Packs will be a big hit at your house. We call them “boo boo buddies” because my kids are at an age when every little fall needs a bandaid (I know you can relate!). We keep these guys in the freezer and the kids know right where to find them… you bonked your head? Go grab a boo boo buddy! These are the perfect little custom gift and they are easier than you think!

Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

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SUPPLIES:

  • pastel fabric for hearts
  • dark pink or red fabric for words
  • iron on adhesive/fusible interfacing
  • heart template (DOWNLOAD HERE)
  • rice or flax seeds for filling

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Using the heart template, cut two hearts from each color fabric.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

For the letters, there are several ways you can do them. If you have a Cricut or Silhouette Machine, cutting your letters out on that is a great option. You could also use felt and sew them on. I used Wonder Under (fusible interfacing) and ironed it to my dark pink fabric. Then I hand wrote my letters (don’t forget to write them backwards) on the back and cut them out.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Iron the letters to one side of the hearts you have cut out.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Next, place the heart pieces right sides together, pin and sew. Be sure to leave a 2″ opening on one side of the heart. That will be where you fill the heart in the next step! After you sew the hearts, clip the curves, the tip of the heart and the center where the heart meets. Clip carefully! You don’t want to clip too close to the line you just sewed but clipping well around those curves will allow your heart to lay flat with no puckering.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Flip your hearts right side out and press.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Now its time to fill your hearts 🙂 I used plain brown rice because thats what I had. Flax seeds are a little more expensive but they make amazing cold packs. If you have any essential oils it would be a great idea to add a few drops to your rice also… we have a Lavender one and they kids actually fight over it, it smells amazing! I just spooned the rice into the opening then used a pin to keep it closed and sewed the opening shut.

Conversation Heart Cold Packs

Voila! Super easy custom cold packs! Your kids bonked heads will be so happy!

Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

Conversation Heart Cold Packs - a simple and cute tutorial that the kids will love!

taylor

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These are so cute, Taylor!! The kids will love these Conversation Heart Cold Packs!

For more great ideas from Taylor head to Taylor Made Creates.

For more great V-Day ideas, check out:

Stitched Heart Banner - A cute and easy Valentine's decor project! It hardly takes any time to put together but it's so cute and adds a fun touch of color for Valentine's Day!

Stitched Heart Banner

Make your own "Love you Always" DIY Valentine sign with this tutorial! It's so cute and so simple! All you need is your wood slat sign, bakers twine, paint, and stencil!

Love You Always Sign

Hearts and Lovebirds Valentine's Day Wreath - a cute craft to make to add to your Valentine's Decor. All you need is a foam wreath, felt, yarn, a twig, two small love birds, and scrap fabrics.

Valentines Love Birds Wreath

For all Valentine’s ideas, go HERE.

For all crafts and DIY projects, go HERE.

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She is very clever. From the pieces of rags that make lovely objects too! I will make use of these as decorations at home.
Thank you for giving me good suggestion!

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