Hanging XOXO Heart Sign

You will need:

~Surface of choice-mine is from the Dollar Tree

~burlap hearts-Hobby Lobby

~xoxo tile letters

~bright magenta apple barrel paint

~Ribbon and raffia-optional

The first thing I did was paint my surface with my bright magenta. I used two coats on mine. As you can see, the design underneath is still showing through a bit. I’m not too worried about it! Once we get everything glued on and a bow on the top, no one will ever know!

Next, I glued my burlap hearts down alternating red and natural. I then glued my XOXO tiles onto the hearts. These letter tiles are some I had on hand from my shop. I do carry them from time to time but they are sold out at the moment. Any small letter will work for this.

Now, to finish off this cute sign, I simply made a criss-cross bow as shown below.

I then added a cute little raffia bow on top of my criss-cross bow and embellished with a couple little glitter hearts I had on hand. I believe they are from the Dollar Tree.

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?