Simple Beaded Heart Decorations
Hello everyone! I can't believe we are already at the end of January. How has this new year been treating you so far? It sure feels like it is flying by. If you're visiting my blog for the first time, welcome! Here on my blog, you can find many crafts that are easy to follow along with detailed instructions. Today we are decorating two beaded heart garlands. I purchased them at Hobby Lobby during a sale. If you're ready I would love it if you decorated along with me.
Two beaded hearts
I purchased these on sale at Hobby Lobby
Faux mini roses and Faux pressed flowers
Any faux flowers will work
If you decide to paint your beaded hearts
I purchased them at Hobby Lobby
Begin by applying paint. I decided I wanted to paint my beaded hearts. I went with light pink and white paint for my two hearts.
After the paint has dried, take your ribbon and use your scissors to cut two small sections of your ribbon.
Take your ribbon and use your hot glue to attach your ribbon to the back side of your beaded heart. If you paint your heart, be sure to add a little extra hot glue to your ribbon. I noticed that it didn't want to adhere are first. But I took a little extra glue and applied it.
After, take your scissors and remove any of the remaining ribbons from the side of the heart.
After you have glued on your ribbon, use your floral cutters and begin to cut your faux flowers. I chose to go with mini faux roses, but any flowers will work with your design. Use your hot glue to attach your flowers to your heart. I added roses on the side of my heart.
Next, take your second heart and begin to cut your ribbon for it. You will repeat the previous steps when working with the heart and ribbon.
After taking your pressed faux flowers and leaves, add them to your second heart. I also took one of my mini birdhouse decorations and added it to my first heart. I just added some hot glue when attaching it to the ribbon.
Your beaded heart decorations are complete. Aren't they so cute? I love how they turned out. They were so simple to decorate.
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Thank you so much for stopping by and creating this craft with me. I appreciate all of you. I'll see you soon.
How cute! Another one for my upcoming themed party :) Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 99. Shared.ReplyDelete
These are so pretty! Featuring when my link party opens.ReplyDelete
Carol, thank you so much. I'm so happy to hear that you enjoyed it. 🥰Delete
So cute! I just love all things wood beads! Thanks for sharing on Happiness is Homemade! Hope to see you over on Crafty Creators (if you haven't yet, I'm checking HIH first lol).ReplyDelete
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Niki, thank you! I will double check to see if I also shared it on Crafty Creators. Thank you so much for stopping by.Delete
Visiting again to say thanks so much for linking up at A Themed Linkup 139 for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day. Shared.ReplyDelete
Dee, thank you! It's always a pleasure linking up at your parties.Delete
I love these Steph, they are so pretty. They are a feature at Handmade Monday this week :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much. I'm always so happy to hear when my crafts are enjoyed. I will be sure to stop by!Delete
Steph, these are so cute. I love your work.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing this with Sweet Tea & Friends this month dear friend.
Paula, thank you. I am so happy to hear you enjoyed this craft. :)Delete
These beaded Valentine's are so cute. Congratulations, you are being featured on Thursday Favorite Things. I hope you stop by. https://www.eclecticredbarn.com/2023/02/valentine-ideas-on-thursday-favorite.htmlReplyDelete
Bev, Thank you so much. ❤️ I will stop by for a visit.Delete
Stephanie, CONGRATS! Your post is FEATURED at A Themed Linkup 140 for Tablescapes from the previous linkup for All Things Love and Valentine’s Day.ReplyDelete
Dee, thank you so much!Delete