Paper Heart Tic Tac Toe

This isn’t so much a paper heart tic tac toe tutorial or valentine’s day DIY as a “Hey, look what I made!” In fact, most of the projects I make are so simple I should make that a regular sort of feature. Also, I didn’t really think of it all by myself. I saw that adorable valentine’s day tic tac toe on pinterest with the sewn bean bag hearts and thought that is super cute, too bad I can’t really sew. Then I punched out hundred of paper hearts for Spencer’s school. And then, guess what I realized? No need to sew.

Valentine's Day Craft Tic Tac Toe

Supplies: 3 sheets construction paper, heart paper punch, marker

To make: punch at least 5 hearts of each contrasting color, punch heart in corner of base sheet, draw tic tac toe board with markers

Easy Valentine's Day Craft

Super simple! Spencer didn’t love it though. I think he might be a little young for advanced concepts like replacing Xs and Os with hearts of contrasting colors. He did, however, enjoy throwing the hearts in the air and making it rain hearts. Good times. It also makes a great base for playing pirate ship. I also think this would be super cute laminated as a placemat for a little valentine’s tea party or something.

Valentine's is for lovers AND pirates!

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4 Responses to “Paper Heart Tic Tac Toe”

  1. Anna says:

    Love this! My kiddo hasn’t quite mastered writing Xs or Os in the designated spaces or taking turns, but she sure loves hearts. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Andrea says:

    Visiting from SITS …I think it’s cute! Pretty funny about the pirate ship :-)

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  3. Audrey says:

    This is very cute, I might actually do this for Ev’s Valentine’s cards this year. Hee!

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