Friday, February 7, 2014

The one with the heart confetti garland

Mia from MossyJojo hosted a DIY party for Christmas back in december, and here's another one! This time, Edi from Memories for Life joined us.

Theme: Valentine's Day themed
Challenge: use a maximum of 4 materials


What you'll need:
  • heart confetti
  • hole puncher
  • baker's twine
  • washi tape


What you'll need to do:

punch the hearts

Attach the hearts to the twine

stick the garland to your wall with washi tape

ta-da


Feeling crafty? Mia and Edi were, so you can hop on over to their blogs for more DIY ideas!

Mia's pop up Valentine's card








Edi's Valentine's garland

13 comments:

  1. Marieken, I sooo LOVE your project and photos. How cute it turned out! Great diy marieken. I'm pinning this now :)

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  2. Oh .. and by the way was it your parent's wedding photo?

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  3. Great crafting project! I'm a big fan of hearts, wich you already knew...

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  4. What a cute garland! And this is something you could even leave out all year long :)

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    1. It does look kind of cozy, and it's kind of like a good replacement for the christmas decorations :-)

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  5. LOVE it! So cute. And that photo made me smile :)

    p.s. if I wouldn't be running my business by day, then it's possible to finish the whole FK costume in 3 days :)

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    1. It looks fabulous, I'm curious to hear how the judges liked it. Good luck!

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  6. This is so sweet! And your hole puncher is cool, I've never seen one like that.

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    1. I actually got that puncher to make holes in fake leather, for a clutch-making-project. That was months ago. The clutch still needs to be made....

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  7. sweet! Love you girls having fun! lol

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  8. Wedding photo of your parents? I love the pitcher of beer heehee makes it so unique!

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