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Conversation Hearts Shirt and Necklace

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Add fabric conversation hearts to a plain tee for the perfectly sweet shirt for Valentine's Day. Make a matching conversation heart necklace with shrink plastic. These Valentine craft projects comes to us from Heidi Borchers of Inspired at Home.

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Conversation Hearts Shirt and Necklace

Materials:  (for both)

  • T-shirt
  • Assorted pastel fabric scraps
  • Fusible Web
  • Dimensional Paints -assorted colors
  • Satin Ribbons-assorted colors-1/8” wide 12 (8”) lengths
  • Aleene’s Jewel-It Glue
  • Shrink Plastic-White or Opaque finish
  • Sandpaper- Fine grade
  • Hole punch-3/16” diameter
  • Colored Pencils
  • Clear Spray Sealer
  • Beads-Assorted
  • Jewelry Findings: 18 eye pins,36 jump rings, 30” necklace chain with clasp
  • Needle nose pliers
  • Pattern


Instructions:

For shirt, wash and dry shirt and fabric scraps; do not use fabric softener in the washer ir dryer. Fuse the web to wrong side of fabric scraps. Transfer large hearts pattern to the paper side of the web and cut 8. Fuse hearts to shirt as desired. Add lettering to hearts with dimensional paints (see photo) Let dry.

Tie each ribbon length in a bow. Glue bows to shirt as desired. Let dry.

For necklace, sand one side of the shrink plastic so the colored pencils will adhere. Transfer pattern to the shrink plastic and cut out 18 hearts. Punch holes where indicated on pattern. Use colored pencils to color each heart. Bake prepared hearts according to directions on package. Remove from oven and let cool. Coat each design with spray sealer. Let dry.

Thread beads on the 18 eye pins as desired. Using pliers, form free end of each eye pin into a loop. Attach loop of eye pin to necklace using one jump ring. Repeat to attach remaining hearts and eye pins to necklace.

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