Framed 3D ValentineFirst, I made a little framed Valentine for the hubby's desk or office wall. I used MDF wood cut into a 4-in. square and painted black with chalkboard paint. I attached a glitter heart with a string to look like a balloon and wrote, "My [glitter heart] belongs 2 You XOXO" The "balloon" heart adds a fun 3D effect to the framed Valentine and I think it's sweet! I think the hubby will, too!
String Art HeartAfter seeing so many string art projects, I decided to leap in by creating a string art heart plaque. Again, using MDF board painted black and cut into a square (11x11 this time), I printed out a heart to use as a pattern for the nail placement. Once I placed the template, I tapped in nails at regularly spaced intervals along the edge of the pattern. Make sure your nails have heads so the twine doesn't slip off!) I used fluorescent pink multi-use nylon twine and strung it from nail-to-nail until I was happy with the design and coverage. For my first attempt, I am tickled with the results! It was an easy project and I plan to make more in the future.
Red Burlap Valentine Door WreathMy final project was a Valentine door wreath. I made a red burlap wreath some time ago and I have reused it on several occasions (the Hugs & Kisses door decoration from last Valentine's Day, as the base for a Game Day wreath, and finally as a Christmas wreath) This year, I thought "Why reinvent the wheel? Use what you have... right? I took a package of table scatter glitter hearts from the Dollar Tree and attached them to the wreath along with a couple of heart picks. I think it looks nice. It only took minutes to prepare. I recommend a versatile red wreath for everyone!
I hope your Valentine is special and sweet, too, and you are able to spend it with the one you love.
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
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