Tuesday, February 1, 2011

DIY Valentine Heart Garland

Love is in the air, can you feel it?
I'm so excited for Valentine's Day this year. I love love! And now that my little girl is old enough to do crafts, we've been doing a fun new project almost every day (whew)!

To make the garland, you'll just need a few items:
Cardstock Paper
Paper cutter or scissors
Hot glue gun (or glue dots if little ones are helping)

First cut the cardstock into strips. I made ours about 3/4"

Next fold the strips in half

Fold the two ends and apply a dab of glue to hold the center pieces together. Now you've got yourself a heart. Repeat (again and again...)!

Once you've made a plethora of hearts, apply a dab of glue on the outside of one heart and attach another. Repeat until you've made the garland your desired length.

That's it! So bright, colorful & fun! We made this garland in about 30 minutes & cost less than $0.20!
We took it to her school and it's now proudly displayed in her classroom! The kids loved it. Yeah!


  1. I love the colors you chose. Great idea.

    I would love for you post a link to this post on my Virtual Valentine's Day Party link on Feb. 6th.

  2. Thanks for sharing your cute idea. Love it! Valentine's Day is so fun! I'm your linky neighbor at Nifty Thrifty Tuesday. Just wanted to say 'hi' ... thanks for sharing your project.
    ~Lynn at Cottage and Creek

  3. Adorable, I am totally going to make these with my class!

  4. You won the Barn Owl Primitives $50 giveaway on tatertots and jello. Send me an email and I will get you hooked up with Kristi!!!


  5. Would love for you to join us at the Hugs and Kisses Valentine's Party!

  6. Loving this project. Also loving the chalkboard picture frames (which is a good thing because Valentines day is all about showing the love)

  7. Love all your ideas for a special Valentines day!