Spanish Conversation Hearts – Free Images!

Did your novio forget your flowers? (Or in my case, did you wake up too late to sneak a note into your macho’s lunch box?) … No te preocupes! Here is a Valentine’s Day gift from Latinaish.com that all of you procrastinators are free to re-gift. Put them on your valentine’s Facebook wall, E-mail them to friends, Pin them to Pinterest, or print them to hang up on the door for when the kids get home from school. The posibilidades are endless. Feliz Día de San Valentín!

Update: Here’s an extra one added by request.

Thanks to Kate Pullen for making the blank conversation heart clipart available for use.

Posted on February 14, 2012, in amor, art, en español, holiday, Language and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Tracy, I love these! I’m going to print them out and give them to the kiddies! If you do this again next year, add one that says “TQM”, which is short for “te quiero mucho”. :)

    Feliz Dia del Amor y la Amistad!

  2. Love it! Pinned it! Besos to you!

  3. Muchas gracias Tracy

  4. Oh I just love this!!!!!! Que Cute! Gracias!

  5. Very cute!
    We got a late start, but I pulled it together in the end.
    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  6. It always sounds more romantic in Spanish, doesn’t it!

  7. How cute! Love it — how did you make these? Illustrator?

    • Arcsoft PhotoStudio 5 is the program that came with my computer many years ago and so it’s the one I became comfortable in, LOL. All these years later, when I get a new computer, I add the program. That’s the one I used to make these graphics :)

  8. I love these little corazoncitos…I gave out the sweettarts version of these last week to my students in my Spanish classes and they loved them. Besitos

  9. Sweet and simple and show LOVE! That’s all that matters on VDay!

  10. These would have been perfect to cut-out and put in his things! I’ll save this link for next year :)

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