Valentine Conversation Stones


So many times when my husband and I get a dinner out alone, we talk about bills, work and the daily grind. This year for Valentine's Day, I thought I would plan a dinner in and make some conversation stones so that we talk about other things than what is going on day to day.
These stones were so easy to make. I picked up a bag of clear stones at Dollar Tree. Then, I printed off some conversation starters on paper.
I cut them out and used white glue to put them on the back of each stone. I painted a couple of layers of glue over the paper as well so they wouldn't fall off.
These stones came out so great and I know my husband and I will have a lot of fun with the discussions we will have!
I have a free printable on my blog with these conversation starters to get you on your way of making some of your own for your Valentine celebration.

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Lindsay Eidahl

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  • Mst4993847
    on Mar 10, 2016

    Can anyone tell me where to buy those stones in Melbourne Australia

    • Lydia
      on May 20, 2018

      No Amazon, no mailing for this cheap item, go Walmart, if you have one there, i believe there is, i dont know if you have a dollar tree, much cheaper, $1.00 only for a handful, because in Sydney they have Walamart, i dont know about dollar tree.

  • Lisa sandlin
    on Mar 12, 2016

    Hello what size font did you use?

  • Marshall Armstrong Bullock
    on May 20, 2016

    What was the diameter of the circles?

    • Lindsay Eidahl
      on Oct 21, 2018

      About 1 inch. If you hit the link to my blog post, I have all the specifics there.

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