{Family Love} Valentine Subway Art

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I put up my Valentine’s Decor recently and shared on Instagram Stories a behind the scenes look at my decor and decorating style.  I had a couple of questions on this subway art that I created back in 2012 and use it E V E R Y season in my valentine decor.  It has so much sentimental heart to it. See below for all the details. 🙂  Follow me on Instagram here.


I was totally inspired to create one of these valentine subway arts for my family when I saw this one over At Second Street.  I totally fell in love with the idea and couldn’t wait to get it finished.

I have a mac computer and created this using Pages (same as Word on a PC) — I put every line into a text box so that I could maneuver it around the page where I wanted it.  I then printed it on my home printer.  easy peasy!  All of these fonts were free over at http://www.dafont.com/ — my favorite place to get my fonts.  I think this valentine decor it is a wonderful way to include the whole family in a special way.  I’ll be back soon to show you how it looks in a frame and included in my Valentine decor.  So stay tuned my friends…..

I’ve included the font names that I used to create this subway art below –  all of these fonts are free at http://www.dafont.com/ — if you have any more questions — please let me know.  🙂


If you have any questions — just leave me a comment and I’ll try my best to reply.


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  1. That’s so sweet!

  2. You can do anything Tracy. You are so talented.

  3. Very cute and doesn’t look too hard 🙂

  4. What are the names of the fonts used? Very nice!!!!!!

  5. Hi Tracy, I am in love with subway art too. I want to make one for my granddaughter using words that are her name, date od birth, mom and dads name, weight, length and love type words. Can’t weight to see the finished project

    Maureen Sala

  6. This is so cute Tracy and I too am just taken with Subway Art these days! I love your take of it!

  7. Subway art really is a trend right now that I truly LOVE. I think your take on it is adorable. My anniversary is on Valentine’s day too, so I might have to get cracking on some too. I think vinyl words placed directly on the wall is a beautiful way to make subway art too.

    Wonderful work, Tracy! 🙂

    Big Hugs, Cheryl

  8. WOW Tracy this looks fabulous!!! I can’t wait to see what you do with it in the frame—the fonts you chose look incredible!!!

  9. great craft project. i love you way you handmade the hearts. i was going to get some ribbon that looks like that and make a heart that way….. great pics and instrucitons.