The Heart Project {and Giveaway}

I am thrilled to be writing this post for you!
It's the kick off to 
If you missed the earlier "about" post you can find it here.
This post is about the project I the girls and I worked on for the book
It's a very simple (but stunning) fingerprint heart on a canvas

All it takes is:
 *a heart stencil
(I used painters tape with a heart cut out of it)
*a canvas
and 
*some stamp pads

Let the kiddos fingerprint away!
Peel the tape back to reveal a perfect heart filled with perfect little fingerprints!

{Giveaway}
(this giveaway is now closed)
You can create your own heart fingerprints with the giveaway I'm hosting!
You can enter for a chance to win
**a pack of 8 white notecards**
and
**3 stamp pads**
To enter the giveaway:
(this giveaway is now closed)
(US Residents only please)
Leave me a comment letting me know
 who your kid(s) would send a fingerprint valentine to

For additional entries:
Pin "The Heart Project Giveaway" picture and leave the url in the comments

If you've made a $5 donation and received a free eBook leave a comment letting me know what your favorite heart project is

The winner will be chosen on Random.org on February 8th at 10 pm EST



There will be other giveaways happening everyday until February 14th
be sure to read this post to make sure you are up to date on everything that is going on

Also check my side bar to make a donation to receive the eBook
or 
 purchase a hard cover book

49 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I'd love to make the fingerprint hearts with my kids - but need the stamps! :) We'd probably make them for Grandma. Or the cousins. Or both!

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  2. I've pinned it too :) http://pinterest.com/pin/88031367686067872/

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  3. Just as you say, what a simple, yet, stunning piece of children's art. My kids would love to make them for their grandmas ... and the grandmas would be thrilled to receive them!

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  4. We would make valentines for the grandparents and great-grandparents! Thanks for a chance to win!

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  5. So fun! We'd send them to Nana & Papa, Grammie & Grampa, and Gramps!

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  6. My kids would make it for....ME!! It is just a short time that those little fingers will be that small, so I would def keep it forever <3

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  7. Awesome! Would love to use these to make thank you notes or Valentine's to send to Gammie and Nana! :)

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  8. What a beautiful idea! Both of my kids would make them for 2/3 sets of their grandparents which live 3,000 miles away from us.

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  9. I would have my son make it as a keepsake for me. : ) Very cute idea, I think I'll have my day care kids do it too.

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  10. We could make this for so many, but I think I would definitely let my boys make one for me!

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  11. No kidding I asked aj and he told me char and her sister Lexi! He really likes those sweet girls!

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  12. Without a doubt they'd send it to their great-grandma that lives 12 hrs from here and whom they've not seen in 1.5 yrs.

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  13. I've pinned it :)

    http://pinterest.com/pin/249949848038867793/

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  14. Grandma would love this as a gift. She lives far away and loves anything the kids send.

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  15. We would love to make this gift for Grandma, she recently went into a nursing home and I know it would bring a smile to her to see it every day!

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  16. I will be making this project with my preschool kids. They will be making valentines for their families

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  17. That's cute idea! I would love my daughter to create one as a display and keepsake!

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  18. I will do this with my grandson Rowan to give to his mom (my daughter). Scarlett

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  19. My daughter would make one for her grandparents and maybe one for us too:)

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  20. I would love to have my grandchildren make these for their parents...

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  21. Their great-grandma who was just diagnosed this week with congestive heart failure. Love this project!!

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  22. http://pinterest.com/pin/137500594842965063/

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  23. We don't celebrate Valentines Day, but we'd send it out to our grandparents any day!

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  24. My little munchkins would make these for their uncle, my little brother, who is currently living in Honduras. He would love them! ksworwood@yahoo.com

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  26. Your project is absolutely beautiful! That was a great idea. We would love to win the giveaway! We would give them to the grandparents and pen pal.. and I'd keep one or insist that he gives me one. Haha.

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  27. And I've pinned! http://pinterest.com/pin/159737118003076877/

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  28. We would make this for different family members :)

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  29. We'd definitely have to send one to grandma and one to grandpa!

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  30. What a wonderful idea!! I would love to do this with the kids! We would probably do it for grandparents and maybe one for mommy too. :-)

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  31. Pinned it - http://pinterest.com/pin/106749453637343637/

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  32. So cool. We are going to do this even if we don't win this prize. My daughter would probably make this for her favorite guy - Daddy.

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  33. I would make them with my preschool class to thank our Mom helpers & office helpers for ALL the love they share with us! Lyrek

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  34. I love the ebook, so many fun ideas. I like so many, but my ultimate favorite project is the stained glass cookies. They are so pretty.

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  35. My kids would send thumbprint valentines to their grandparents :)

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  36. Pinned it--very cute craft idea! http://pinterest.com/pin/4433299603015740/

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  37. My preschool class would send a valentine to their parents! Love it!

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  38. She'd send them to her Grandmas and Grandpa.

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  39. I would like to make them with my preschool class to give to their parents.

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  40. I would love to win this and create with my kids. I helped spread the love with a tweet!

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  41. My daughter would be making one for both sets of grandparents. :)

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  42. Beautiful! We would definitely make one for each grandparent and send one to her Aunt in New York. :)

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  43. I pinned it too! My first use of pinterest beyond following. http://pinterest.com/pin/192036371580695876/

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  44. My daughter would make one for step-dad, and one for each grandma

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  45. My kids would definitely send the heart to their grandparents!

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  46. Really enjoying the e-book. I think one that was very meaningful that we'd like to try is the heart map!

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