Shabby Chic Heart DIY
Are you ready for some Valentine’s Day inspirations ? I am so excited to be part of Blog Hop! Get ready for lots and lots of home decor ideas. Make sure to scroll down to see them all.
I like to bring you today some budget friendly home decor idea that you can display all year round. Don’t you just love evergreen decor ? I know I do!
Let’s have some fun with Dollar Tree tinsel hearts today! I would love to create something rustic that I can for sure keep in my house all year round. This project was on my mind for the longest time but just couldn’t find right wire to make it. Dollar tree really made that easy for me! Are you ready for Shabby Chic Heart makeover ? How about raffia heart with some easy drop cloth flower ?
Have you seen those heart in the Dollar Tree ? They do have a super cool profile so my project will be super easy to make!
Items needed to complete that project
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Let’s have fun and begin our transformation
My goal was to remove all shiny tinsel out of those hearts and expose frame of them. As you can see those Dollar Tree hearts have nice spikes all around that will for sure help me with my project…..
Look at that nice profile!! I can’t wait to put all together and see if this heart makeover will look as I imagined
Hot glue your two Dollar tree heart together all around rim
if you follow me for some time you know that I love raffia! Love love love everything about it but I am picky when it comes to its quality. Love that goldfish soft look to it . Check out that picture below .. How gorgeous is that! I was even lucky and was able to pick up the longest one so it will be easier to maneuver in this project
Directions are pretty easy .. pick a bunch of it and secure with the hot glue and begin wrapping your heart. Thank goodness for those little spikes on the edge so it is much easier.
As you can see I am wrapping my Dollar Tree heart in super random pattern . I absolutely love all that hot mess I see! Do you ? So much character !!! love love love
My heart is really shaping out nicely! All I need is to clean up a bit … that means cut here and there .. hot glue here and there but not a lot and move on to another part of my project to make this evergreen heart look even better
There are so many ways that you can make that heart cute. I decided to make some flowers! Check out my video below on how I made this drop cloth flower . As you are there make sure to SUBSCRIBE!
Don’t you think this flower came out awesome ? I so love everything about it.. it is rustic yet elegant .. it is simple yet complex .. it is simply perfect for this project ! wonder what you think about that
I decided to make a whole cluster to decorate my Shabby Chic heart! Look at those details in it
I can even see that my MacKenzie- Childs owl is also approving it …lol
I am absolutely surprised
Wooden Beads frame tray looks super cool with my new rustic heart. All details can be found HERE
My little Valentine Angel also stopped by to check it out … if you like to learn more details on how I made that doll make sure to CHECK HERE
is the project that I was afraid to make since it was something my Mom used to make for me and I was afraid not to be able to come up close.
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Make sure to check below Valentine’s Day inspirations presented by my fellow bloggers
Don’t you think my heart will look beautiful near that awesome fireplace ? You must see all details in Kristen from Tribe of Burton blog post
Niky from The House of Silverado created for us beautiful Farmhouse vignette that you can read all about HERE
Check out Sam’s ideas from Ragedy Bits HERE She is using some scrap wood make some easy Stamped Farmhouse Valentines Wooden Block Signs to either decorate with or give as gifts.
Maria is bringing to us nature inspired super cute decor. You can read all about that HERE
Make this simple DIY Farmhouse Valentine Heating pad using drop cloth for yourself or as a gift. Free printable You Warm my Heart Valentine card included. All details you can find on Pretty DIY Home presented by Leanna HERE
Cindy from Cloches & Lavender showcase Valentine decor for a French cottage. All details about that can be found HERE
I so see this beautiful heart Tassel going together with this hutch… don’t you ? You can get full tutorial on how to make one on My Eclectic Treasures HERE
With social distancing, we may or may not have a larger group for Valentine’s Day dinner. Just in case, I have created a sweet, elegant table for two. Check HERE how Mary from Life of Bella set up her table for two
DIY Valentine’s Pom Pom Wreath from Kippi at Kippi at home can be found HERE
Olivia O’Hern is showing us How to Make DIY Yarn Wrapped Hearts with Free Template
Check out Rebeccas from Zucchini Sisters Red and White Dollar Tree heart shaped Valentine’s Day door hanger crafted with puzzle pieces.
Chas from Crazy Creations claims that she is not seasonal decorator, and like it when she can leave something up either for months at a time or even year round. With a heart mirror and some dollar store wall stickers – She made affordable and inexpensive heart wall art for my home. All details can be found HERE
What a beautiful heart! raffia is a challenge to work with but you made it look amazing.
I really like how the flowers turned out. Maybe fill a heart form with those! Thanks for sharing. Happy hopping.
Looks amazing as always Agnes! Wonderful hopping with you friend.
Sam- Raggedy Bits
I just adore this Raffia heart! And the drop cloth flower is just perfect for it! Its a great idea with it being a neutral tone so you can leave up all year round and not just Valentines day.
This rustic heart is an amazing transformation from the original. The gorgeous flower is just the right touch.
Agnes, your heart craft really speaks to me! You’ve used two of my favorite things…raffia and drop cloth. I love the neutral hues for Valentine’s Day or all year long. Thanks for sharing! It was fun hopping with you 🙂
Niky | The House on Silverado
I love the natural elements and texture in this project! I’ve pinned for later, too!
Niky @ The House on Silverado
PS. I’d love it if you’d share this on my link party today– Sundays on Silverado
I’m always amazed by the crafty ideas you come up with. Happy Valentine’s day!
Thank you ! Happy Valentine’s Day to you too !
I love this project so much! Your tray is adorable as well as your angel. I look forward to trying something similar one day.
Thank you soo much