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The Second Annual Sheepish Heart Bomb!

Are you ready to share the love? I am so excited to host the second annual Sheepish Heart Bomb event on Valentine’s Day!

Did you participate last year? I came up with the idea to knit/crochet/make a heart, attach a kind note, and leave it somewhere for a random person to find. It made me so happy to see hearts hanging on trees, benches, signs, and doors around the world! I got a little teary when I received tweets from the people who found your hearts and how much it meant to them to feel loved on Valentine’s Day.

I am so excited to continue the tradition this year! You only have to do three things in order to join the fun…

1. Make a heart! Knit it, crochet it, sew it, cut it out of felt…whatever your heart desires! Haha. Just make it with love.

2. Attach a note. Say something like, “You are loved!” or “Smile!” or “Everything is going to be ok.” Make sure you include the #sheepishheartbomb hashtag so we can see your creations on Twitter and Instagram

3. Leave it out in the world on February 14th! Hang your heart creation somewhere out in your community on Valentine’s Day. Leave it in a place where someone will find it and smile!

That’s it! Get started on your hearts today! Would your knitting or crochet group like to participate? Get your friends involved and let’s cover the world with hearts! Valentine’s Day can feel a little silly to some people and isolating to the single people among us…haha. Let’s turn the focus on what the day is really about and spread a little love to the world! This event is all about using your creativity to brighten someone’s day!

Share your Sheepish Heart Bomb progress on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Facebook. with the hashtag #sheepishheartbomb.

I can’t wait to see your creations!

  1. Angel says:

    Oh yay, I can’t wait to see the round up afterwards. I love seeing everyones little creations all together. One year I’ll have to participate too, lol

  2. Carly says:

    Ah, this is such a cool idea! I’ll definitely try to remember to participate. Can’t wait to see everyone’s photos!

  3. Abby says:

    I just created a heart garland for my office using your heart tutorial from last week and everybody loved it! Can’t wait to participate this year!

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  4. Ice Pandora says:

    Easy and heartwarming c: Xx

  5. alexis says:

    I’m excited to join the fun!

  6. Laura says:

    I’m glad you’re doing this again this year. =) I participated last year and it was really fun. xoxo

  7. Teresa says:

    Yep. i am going to to participate. Can’t wait. Would love to hang around like a tiny mouse and see people’s reactions.

  8. chelsea says:

    Love this so much! Definitely participating this year :)

  9. Nancy says:

    aww this is a great event! I stuck messages on chocolate hearts so I don’t think that counts because I didn’t make the heart
    The Artistically Challenged: Beauty, Fashion, Music, Lifestyle Blog

  10. meg says:

    count me in – Melbourne, Australia will be heart bombed!

  11. Jasmin says:

    Hey there,
    I’ll love to join this years yarnbombing-Event:) I’ll bomb in Germany, Freiburg

  12. Sara says:

    I would love to join in too… I’m in Devon just outside of Exeter.

  13. Looking forward to it Meredith! Thanks again for encouraging us to share the love this Valentines x

  14. Gemma says:

    I did take part last year and had such fun, I will certainly try and get involved again xx

  15. Rebecca Ward says:

    Count me in too Meredith :) I’ll be spreading the love in Sri Lanka! Valentines day falls on a holiday this year too for me, so plenty of love to share!
    Thanks, Rebecca x

  16. Naomi George says:

    This idea warms my heart. Count me in. :)

    ♥ Naomi Starry Eyes + Coffee Cups

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  19. Have just discovered you. Think the heartbomb is a great idea. I will give this a go

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  20. janika R says:

    Love this concept. Count me In. I will think and make something cute soon.

    Love,
    Janika

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  23. Alethea says:

    Yep, definitely gonna do this.

  24. Rebecca says:

    I’m so excited to join in and share the love! I’ll be mostly sharing my progress on tumblr, but I’ll try to share on instagram and twitter as well! I can’t wait to pepper DC wit lots of little hearts – and a great way to work through some of my yarn scraps!

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