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Make the Easiest Valentine’s Day Banner for less than $5.

By: Allie OBray from rusticpassionbyallieblog.com
Updated February 28, 2019
Make the Easiest Valentines Day Banner for less than 5
Make the Easiest Valentines Day Banner for less than 5

"It’s been fun doing bringing out all the Valentine’s Day decorations. I love turning my home into red and pink EVERYTHING! I have been crafting cute decor like a crazy person lately. You know I love DIYing most of my holiday decorations so this year has been no different. I want to show you a simple and quick DIY Valentine’s Day fireplace mantel banner. It only took a few minutes to make and looks so cute."

Materials List

  • Felt
  • Twine
  • Pearl Embellishments
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun

Instructions

  1. I drew and cut a heart shape on the felt sheet. That heart was a little bigger than my palm. I freehand drew it but you could always stencil on a heart shape if you didn’t feel comfortable with freehanding it.

  2. I folded over the first half to make sure both sides of the heart matched evenly.

  3. Then with the other color of pink I traced and cut out the exact same size of heart.

  4. I had 4 large hearts and 4 small hearts to make the banner. The small hearts are 2 inches tall. I ended up with extra hearts that can be used for other Valentine’s Crafts.

  5. Once you have cute out all your hearts, you will want to hot glue the small hearts on the large ones.

  6. I hot glued pearl embellishments on the small hearts.

  7. Then I hot glued the twine on the top of the 4 large hearts.

  8. I think this Valentine’s Day banner ended up really cute and love hanging it up on my fireplace.

NotesYou can view the full post on my Blog.

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