- The Mini Hearts -
We've designed the mini hearts from the center of our original hearts! The mini hearts are identical in design and construction as the original hearts however they are almost half the size! At 7" x 7" they are absolutely adorable. Each heart comes with a threaded insert on the bottom, a screw, and a steel plate that provides a sturdy base to place on a window sill. The frame is routered out of 3/4" laminated Canadian hardwood and the entire unit is assembled in Canada. Each heart is unique and variations should be expected and treasured as a unique element.
Purchase one today and show some love for the heroes in our community!
Only drawing 5 watts of power
($0.50 a month running @ 24 hours/day) allows for constant-on use.
Dimensions are 7" tall X 7" wide.
Our neon hearts are hand assembled in our shop in Mississauga & we proudly donate a portion from every mini heart purchase to War Child Canada.
What is in the Box?
1 X LED Mini Neon Heart Mounted in Laminated Wood Frame
1 X MossLED Certificate of Authenticity
1 X MossLED User Guide
1 X Steel Base Powder Coated White
1 X Screw For Mounting The Heart to the Base
1 X Power Supply
Mini Neon Heart Power Specification = 12VDC / 5.4 Watts
- User Manual (2022 version with In-Line Dimmer)
- User Manual (2020 & 2021 versions with Touch Dimmer / No Dimmer)
- Touch Dimmer User Manual
In the News
- BlogTO Article from November 30th, 2020
- Toronto Star Article from February 20, 2020
- Michael Garron Hospital Foundation Article from February 22, 2020
We love the heart light. It gives off a beautiful mood lighting in the room
Beautiful neon green mini-heart glows warmly.
The mini hearts are perfect 💜💚
I am so glad we bought one of these. It makes me so happy to see them. Our son chose the green one and he now uses it as his night light in his window. Thank you
Glowing green in our church window the neon heart shows our support of “Creation Care” and those who work for Creational Hope, as studied during Lent 2022 in The Toronto Anglican Diocese Churches. The families attending over Zoom Messy Church sessions at St. Matthew the Apostle are planting wildflower seeds on March 26/22 to share with the bees, butterflies and insects at home and in the church grounds when planted in May and hope this will help restore creation and to renew the earth in the Henry Farm area in Toronto.💚