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How to Make a Heart Wreath

How to Make a Heart Wreath
I love this little heart wreath! 
The different shades of pink and red bring out each individual heart.

On this post, I have included two different Heart Wreaths that you can make yourself,
thanks to Better Homes & Gardens and Everything Etsy.

The first one I'd like to share with you is this Paper Heart Wreath.
To make this wreath follow the link or:

Get several shades of pink and red paper.
-Scissors
-Glue
-1 Cardboard or heavy stock paper
-Heart shaped template (ex: heart shaped cookie cutters)
-Circle template--you may use a paper plate

Trace paper plate over card stock or cardboard.
For the inner circle, use a smaller plate or large can/ jar whatever you have on hand,
trace the inner circle.
 Once traced, cut the circle carefully.

Using a heart template, cut several hearts in different sizes.
Glue them around the circle,
To add interest, overlap several hearts.
Continue to glue hearts until the card board is completely covered.
Let dry and hang to your heart's content!

Here is the second wreath, a beautiful heart shaped wreath by Everything Etsy.
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Kim used felt to make this wreath.
You may use the same method as I used here by placing the felt
on a heart shaped foam.
Find her step by step tutorial here with great photos.
Enjoy &
Happy Crafting!

4 comments :

  1. Both so cute...I know a 4 year old who would love to help my glue all those hearts to cardstock. Thanks!

    Tiffany

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  2. Both of them are too cute! Thanks for sharing how to make them.

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and showing your support! I truly appreciate it!

    ~Angela

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  3. What a great idea with valentines coming up

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  4. Oh my gosh...thanks so much for sharing my heart tutorial! I hope you have a fabulous Valentine's Day!

    ~Kim

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