You can use paint chips as shown above, or in my case, card stock. A sewing machine (which I don’t have but want!) works good with this craft as well. I just used a needle and thread and threaded the cut out hearts until I had my desired length. They came out really cute!
And here’s my little Valentine’s Day tree 🙂
Once I finish up all the decorating, I’ll post more pictures! Happy crafting!
Good morning! Hope everyone had a great weekend and is ready for the new week :). Starting the day off with a gorgeous real wedding shot by the talented Kristin Vining Photography. Of course this is one of my favorites, just look at that color scheme! I love that they used the damask pattern as well.
Hello there and good morning! I can’t believe it’s already mid-January and Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. I’ve started to decorate my place for one of my favorite times of the year; who doesn’t love hearts, candy, and flowers?! There’s so many darling Valentine inspiration out there, and I’m soaking it all in 🙂
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this photo shoot shot by the talented ladies of Simply Bloom Photography. The details that went into this one are fabulous, I’m so in love!
This might be my favorite shot … looovvveeee the heart confetti … too cute!
Yippee for Friday’s! I’m looking at a 4 day weekend here and couldn’t be happier. Actually I could after looking at these gorgeous florals designed by Hatch Creative Studio and shot by Christian Oth Studios. Take a look!
I love the fuschia florals against the bridesmaids grey dresses, absolutely stunning!