Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Valentine's home decor project...

Hello my crafty friends! Today is a Craft Junkie Too Design Team Project day!!!! We were asked to create a project that has a heart on it! A couple of months ago I was "playing" on Pinterest and found this, so I made this:
One of my friends called me and wanted to make a Valentine's project together, and I knew this would be perfect! We started with wood heart plaques,
 and paint in conversation heart colors.
 Next, we painted the hearts. (Do you see the little candy hearts below? They were our inspiration, but didn't last long!)
Then, I used my Gypsy to plan out our names. I just love the Sesame Street Sunny Day font! (I did replace the dot on the "i" with a heart.)
 Here are all the names cut in vinyl.
 Using clear contact paper as the transfer tape I put the names onto the hearts.
 Then I turned the hearts over and used thumb tacks to attach the ribbon to each heart.
 I made a bow to hot glue to the top of the ribbon loop.
 Here's my friend Kelly's...
 And here are the pieces of mine...

 While we were crafting away the older girls wanted to make something too. So, we gave them these small wooden hearts. They chose a color, painted, and then picked a saying.

I just love how this turned out, and I love how it hangs in our living room!

Thanks for stopping by today! Go ahead, click HERE to head on over to Craft Junkie Too to see what the other design team members have created for today's project! ♥Kristy 

7 comments:

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

This is such a wonderful project. Love how personal it is. TFS

ShawnfromMN said...

I love this project!!! I would hate to take it down!

Kerry~Momma K said...

Great project! I love it!
Kerry

mommakcrafts.blogspot.com

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

Beautiful project!!

Veronica
mommyscraftycreations.blogspot.com

Shelley said...

Love, love, love these Kristy! Awesome job! Very cool!

Shelley
Fellow DT member
http://carleys-closet.blogspot.com

Ash Burg said...

How do you print the names? What do you use please? THANK YOU!

Anonymous said...

@ Ash Burg, I think she used a machine similar to a cricut. I don't have a maching like that so I would have to buy some adhesive letters. I am looking online for some now.