No Sew Valentine Heart Garland

Heart Garland

After the Christmas decor comes down the house always looks so empty and bare.  I enjoy it for a few days and then I am ready for Valentine’s Day.

I love spreading little touches of love throughout my house.  This year I put together a super quick and easy no sew heart garland to jazz up the dresser in my front entry way.  I know a lot of people don’t decorate for Valentine’s Day but if you want to add a little holiday color to your home this No Sew Valentine Heart Garland is the perfect thing.  With just a few supplies and a few minutes you’ve got some darling Valentine decor!

Heart Garland

All you need is  some tissue paper, a glue gun, a heart punch and some Baker’s Twine.

I recommend using a low melt glue gun since you get pretty upclose with the hot glue!

Step 1:

Use your heart shaped punch and punch out your tissue paper.  I did several layers at one time.  Don’t stress if you get a few ragged edges on your hearts.  I did too.

Heart Garland

I used three different colors of tissue paper and pink Baker’s Twine.

Heart Garland

Step 2:

Determine the length of Baker’s Twine you would like and cut it.  I placed my hearts about 2 inches apart and I didn’t use a pattern to the color placement and I didn’t measure for distance.  I just randomly placed them.  Remember I said EASY!

Heart Garland

Place a small line of hot glue onto the twine where you want the heart to go and then press the top edge of the heart onto the twine. (Watch your fingers if you are using regular hot glue and not low temp!)

Heart Garland

That’s it – so easy!
Heart GarlandThe final step is to hang it up!  Love how it looks on my hallway dresser.

Heart GarlandA quick and easy way to add a little holiday decor!
Heart Garland

For some other fun Valentine craft ideas check out these:

DIY Valentine Sharpie MugsValentine Peeps Bouquet - Yardstick Heart DIY Tutorial

Valentine Crafts

 Enjoy!

Leigh Anne

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  1. Anne says

    I love your website!! Just found it. I have been looking for the pink baker’s twine but can’t find it (I am near Corvallis). Can you tell me the source of yours? It would be great to locate this!

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