Easy Peasy Valentine Heart-Revisited

Good Morning everyone!!   I thought you might like to see this Easy Peasy Valentine Heart-Revisited.  It was one of my first posts lasts year.  And I thought you would love to see it again for your Valentine’s decorating this year.  It’s so simple and didn’t cost a dime!!

 

Yesterday I got a phone call from our youngest daughter.  She made this, and I wanted to share with you how she did it:

Easy Peasy Valentine Heart-Revisited

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First of all, she had crepe paper leftover from her daughter’s birthday party.  She followed a tutorial she found on Pinterest for the rosettes.  After the first few rosettes she had the hang of how to make them, then it was pretty fast from that point on.

She shopped around for a heart shape for the backing-but there but anything she really liked.  And she didn’t want to spend a lot of money.

BUT, she did have a cereal box!  So she drew a heart and began cutting.  She said the hardest part of the whole project was cutting out a perfect heart.

Easy Peasy Valentine Heart-Revisited

After making enough rosettes to fill her heart (which took about 2 hours for all of them), she began hot gluing them onto her cardboard heart to fill it up.  She had a piece of ribbon from another project, hot glued that as her hook, and…..

Easy Peasy Valentine Heart-Revisited

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She is now ready for Valentine’s Day!!!   Thanks cute daughter for sharing your fun, no cost craft!!!  LOVE IT!

 

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  5. How do you connect the roses to the cardboard heart shape behind it? Are the rose closed up in the back so they can be glued to it? I have to make one of these for all hear round!
    Thx for any help, also if you have a link for the rosettes that would be helpful but meanwhile I’ll look for them myself :)