DIY Heart Garland Hanging Decoration

 Hello everyone! I hope that you all had a wonderful Christmas. Our time was spent at home. It was very enjoyable and we simply feel blessed. We had a few days of really low temperatures and decided it would be best to stay home. I hope that you are all doing well. Today I am going to show you a simple creation. We'll be creating a heart garland. I had a few of my burlap hearts on hand and wanted to use them in this design.  You can use any fabric or material for your hearts.







Materials

Burlap hearts- or you can use any fabric or material for your hearts
Faux pressed flowers
Craft string
Wooden beads
Hot glue
E6000
Wooden letters
Scissors
Floral cutters


Begin by taking your pressed flowers and leaves. Next, use your floral cutters and begin to cut them to size. I cut the stems of my flowers and leaves off on some.


After, take your cut flowers and leaves, and begin to add them to your hearts. I added them using my hot glue. 


You are now ready to work with your string and beads. Use your scissors to cut a strand of your string.
If you are adding your garland to a wood board, cut your string according to the size of your wood board.


Next, string on your beads and place your burlap hearts between each beaded section.
Next, use your hot glue to attach each of the hearts to the string. Take your heart garland and place it on top of your wood board. Be sure to make any adjustments to your garland before gluing it down onto your wood board. When gluing my garland, I took the ends of the string and wrapped them around the back side of my board. I glued down the ends of the string onto the back of the board. 


Take your wooden letters and using E6000 or any other heavy-duty adhesive, add your wooden letters to your wood board. I decided to add my letters to a corner of my board. 


Your heart garland decoration is complete. I hope that you enjoyed this simple craft. Be sure to let me know if you decide to create your very own. Thank you so much for stopping by and creating with me.

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Comments

  1. Oh, how pretty, I really like that!! Do you use all the things you create or do you sell some of them? Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 96. Shared.

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    1. Dee, thank you! 😊 I use most of my creations, but I either give them away. I also enjoy participating in craft fairs!

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  2. CONGRATS Stephanie! Your post is FEATURED at the Unlimited Link Party 97!

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  3. I love this Steph. I really appreciate the tutorial and video.
    Thank you bunches for sharing this with Sweet Tea & Friends this month.

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    1. Paula, thank you so much! Aw, you're very welcome. I am always so happy to hear when you all enjoy the tutorials. Thank you for stopping by.

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  4. Steph, your heart wall hanger is adorable, and your tutorial is so helpful. Visiting from Simply Coffee and Jesus. I also cohost a link party on my blog. We’d love to see your links at myweeabode.com!

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    1. Julie, thank you. I always appreciate feedback. I'm so happy to hear that you found my tutorial helpful. I will be sure to stop by your link party! Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  5. This is beautiful Steph, it'll be a feature at Handmade Monday this coming week :-)

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    1. Thank you so much. I'm so happy to hear this. :)

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  6. Beautiful. Elegant and rustic. Featuring when my link party opens!

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    1. Carol, thank you so much! So happy to hear that you enjoyed it. :)

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  7. Your Valentine decor is so pretty! I'm featuring you tonight at the #HomeMattersParty. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Allyson, thank you so much! Always happy to share. :) I will be sure to come by the link party!

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