Thursday, January 26, 2012

3D Paper Heart for Valentine's Day Decor


Today I threw together a quick Valentine decoration for my house, 
made with scrapbook paper scraps!

I found a heart template online, cut out 10 hearts with a variety of paper, 
taped them on top of each other and put it in a frame.  

So simple and it cost me nothing to make!



I think this would look great with a stitch down the middle, 
but I have no idea how to use a sewing machine - 
that's on my learn-to-do list!  



Go here to download a free heart template:  Disney Family Fun
You can remove the glass from the frame or just place the matte on top.





Simple & sweet!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

21 comments:

Jessica @ O. Alouette said...

Very cute! I love the framed keys too! Great for Valentine's Day :)

Lisa ~ The SweetTalk Shop said...

I love when you come up with something so simple and make it look like it came right from the little chic shop in town.

Natalie said...

Love it and Im sooooo gonna copy you!!!! Lol - thank you for sharing xx Nat

katy Rea said...

This is so so so cute!Perfect way to use scraps.

Mary ~ said...

Thanks for the sweet comments, Ladies :) Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!

Cineca@ Dreamin' N Details said...

Mary~ I wanted to return some bloggy love! I adore your cute Valentine decor ideas using everyday items & frames!! Lisa from The SweetTalk Shop sent me your way! Glad she did :) xoxo

Mary ~ said...

Thank you and thanks so much for stopping by, Cincea! Hope you're having a great weekend! xx Mary

Janelle said...

This is just beautiful! Love the colors as well.

Mary ~ said...

Thank you, Janelle :O)
Thanks for stopping by....hope you have a wonderful week!

Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage said...

Your project results are delightful, Mary! You can just keep using those frames over and over...for every holiday. Ingenious! ;)

Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday again.

Blessings,
Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

joetterer said...

sewing machines arent that bad, you should try it. i stuggled until my motherinlaws hand me down one came with a manual!

this heart project is great! thanks for sharing with us

Mary ~ said...

Hi Liz - Thanks for stopping by! Not sure why I missed your message until today - Always fun to see you here! I just linked up to Time Travel Thursday...thank you so much for the feature and for hosting!

Mary ~ said...

Joetterer - I really want to learn to use a sewing machine. My girlfriend showed me how to knit last year, I can make a simple scarf now - YAY! Next up, sewing...I will learn one day! Thanks for visiting. Hope you're having a great week!

Love, Yesterdays said...

so sweet...and so easy and quick to make. Guess I know what I will be doing this evening :)

jennspeacornpopnuts.com said...

Great ideas and very attractive! Coming by way of the feature on Liz's Time Travel Thursday today. Truly neat ideas. Thanks! Jenn

Mary ~ said...

Love Yesterdays - Aww, yay, have fun and have a wonderful weekend!

Jennspaecornpopnuts.com - Thank you :) Thanks for stopping by...headed to check out your blog :) Have a great weekend!

Aimee - ItsOverflowing.com said...

Super Cute!! Thanks so much for linking up!! Have you seen my Lisa Leonard giveaway yet?


XO, Aimee

Honey at 2805 said...

Sweet idea! Thank you for sharing your art at Potpourri Friday!

Steph said...

LOVE this! Please share this on our Creative Cooks & Crafters Link-up! http://www.debtfreespending.com/2012/02/creative-cooks-crafters-valentines-day-edition/

Mary ~ said...

Hi Steph! Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment! I just linked up to the party - sorry I'm a few days late! Hope you're having a great Monday!

Sonia said...

I love the idea! I'll do pink for my granddaughter, who has just been born.Tks