Valentine Cookie Cutter Sign

You will need:

*Surface of your choice

*Valentine cookie cutters-Walmart

*Paint

*Glitter-optional

*Jute twine or rope

*Embellishments of choice

For this project I used a piece of scrap wood that I had laying around, but you could use any surface you choose. I found these Valentines cookie cutters at Walmart. The first thing I did was to get my paint on my paper plate.

Next, simply dip your cookie cutters in your desired paint color and transfer to your surface. You may have to re-dip the cookie cutters a few times to get bolder lines.

Once I was done with the cookie cutters, I then used different embellishments I had on hand to dress it up a bit. I also sprinkled some red glitter over my paint while it was still wet. I found these burlap hearts at Hobby Lobby and then just added a cute little button to the middle of the hearts. For the arrow, I used a metal key embellishment that you can find HERE on Amazon.

To finish off the project, I took a piece of burlap and a piece of ribbon to make a cute little bow. I used a piece of twine to bunch the ribbon together in the middle and then finished off by adding a button to the center.

XOXO Valentine’s Sign

This sign is so stinkin’ cute and easy to make! And the even better part is that you more than likely have these items laying around your house!

You will need:

*Piece of scrapwood or surface of your choice.

*White paint

*Ribbon of choice

*Jute rope

The first thing I did was to whitewash my board. I used antique white Apple Barrel paint for this.

Next I cut 4 pieces of my ribbon to make the “x” and then 2 pieces of rope for the “o”.

I laid this out to get my spacing and then hot glued.

To finish off the sign, I glued a piece of rope twine to the back for a hanger.

So what do you think? Doesn’t get much easier than this, right? Cute d├ęcor doesn’t have to cost a fortune!

XOXO Valentine’s Decor

You will need:

*Surface of choice-I picked this sign up from the Dollar Tree

*Decor Art “Green Lagoon” paint

*Apple Barrel “Snow White” paint

*Wooden hearts-Dollar Tree

*Scrapbook paper-Hobby Lobby

*Mod Podge

*Ribbon

*Jute twine

First, I turned my sign over and painted the back with my green lagoon paint. Once that had dried I took my white paint and dry brushed over my base color to get my desired look.

Next, I traced my hearts on to my scrap book paper, cut them out and used mod podge to adhere the paper to the hearts.

Now, its time to put the project together. I found this buffalo check ribbon at Hobby Lobby and thought it would be cute to use for the “X”. Then obviously I used the hearts for the “O”. Looking cute already but of course we have to add a bow and why not a little jute twine. For the bow I just used a few different patterns/textures of ribbon and simply crisscrossed them to make my bow.

DIY Valentine’s Heart Decor

You will need:

*Heart hanger-Hobby Lobby

*”Love” wood cut-out-Hobby Lobby

*Pink burlap-Dollar Tree

*Apple Barrel acrylic paint in “Snow White”-Walmart

*Deco Art acrylic paint in “Green Lagoon”-Hobby Lobby

*Ribbon for bow-optional

*Hot glue gun-CLICK HERE for my affiliate link for the glue gun I use.

The first thing I did was paint my “Love” with my “Snow White” paint and my little wood heart with my “Green Lagoon” paint. I found a pack of these little wood hearts at the Dollar Tree.

Next, I cut a piece of pink burlap and glued that to the center of the heart. I found this burlap at the Dollar Tree in the craft section.

Once I had the burlap on, I then glued the “Love” to the burlap and then added my painted heart to the bottom of that.

To finish it off I made a simple crisscross bow using various ribbons from Hobby Lobby.

Dollar Tree Reverse Canvas Heart Decor

You will need:

-5×7 canvas, I got mine at Dollar Tree

-Wood heart-Dollar Tree

-Minwax “Walnut” gel stain-Click here for my affiliate link to purchase

-Ribbon if bow is desired

The first thing I did was take my canvas off of the frame. You can do this by using a utility knife or staple remover.

Once I had the canvas removed, I stained the frame and my heart piece.

Next, I cut along the fold lines of the canvas so it would fit back on the frame and then glued my canvas back to the frame. I actually used the back side of the canvas(the oatmeal colored side) for my project as this side looks a little more rustic then just the plain white.

Next, I glued on my heart. The heart would also be cute with a white washed finish but for now I decided to just leave mine as is!

And of course to finish it off, I added a super quick and easy bow! It doesn’t get much easier than this, does it?

DIY Scrap Wood Valentine’s Gnome

This cute little Valentine’s gnome was just to adorable not to share on the blog! I had so much fun making this and think you will too!

You can watch the live video of me making this HERE!

So, what do you think? Isn’t it adorable! I wasn’t a huge fan of gnomes at first but, I have to say they have definitely grown on me and I may be a little obsessed now! Haha!