Since we have sub-zero temps in the Chicago area, I’ve had to dig into some crafts to get my mind off the weather. So I made one more Valentine’s Day craft for the season. This February is extra special for us because it will be 10 years since my hubby and I had our first date. Where does the time go?!
To make this simple garland, first I cut out ten hearts from a sheet of felt. I did it freehand but I did fold over the edge so each heart would be symmetrical, even if they aren’t all exactly identical.
guessed measured how long I wanted the garland to be and cut a piece of my American Crafts Glitter Strips (mine is from Joann’s) – basically it’s a very thick glitter ribbon.
I spaced out the hearts and sewed each one on with one little stitch at the top of each side of the heart. You could also glue it on but I thought this would be the least messy option. 😉
That’s all you need to do to make this festive glittery Valentine’s Day garland! Isn’t it adorable?
I hope you all have a fabulous Valentine’s Day!
Check out my other Valentine’s Day crafts:
* Rose Heart Art *
* Heart String Art *
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