An Easy Valentine’s Day Heart DIY!
How To Make A DIY Twine Wrapped Heart Filler!
Hi Friends, I have missed visiting here with you! I am happy to be back to sharing with you and am kicking it all off with a Valentine’s Day craft! This twine wrapped heart filler is easy as can be and takes minutes to make. I am joining Ashely from Modern Glam, Janine from Happy Happy Nester and Leslie from My 100 Year Old Home as we all show some fun Valentine’s Day ideas.
All you need for this project is a wooden heart (purchased from the craft store), twine, string or yarn, scissors and glue (I used hot glue for this).
Start by tucking the loose end of string and then start wrapping. I just wrapped straight from the spool because I wasn’t sure how full I would make each heart (this gave me some flexibility).
Once I had the heart wrapped like I wanted it, I cut the end and carefully put a dot of glue to hold it in place on the back.
There really is no right or wrong way to wrap these, I just did it however was easiest. But I suppose you could follow a pattern if you prefer!
I love projects that are so easy and versatile, this one is exactly that! I hope you enjoy and I look forward to visiting with you more on here soon!
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