February 4, 2014

Easy Beaded Hearts

Good Morning!

I'm repeating myself a little with this Valentine's Day project - - well sort of.


You may remember for Christmas I made beaded stars to hang in my kitchen. 

 I had so much fun with it I thought making a few hearts for Valentine's Day would be equally fun.

I wasn't wrong.


If your interested in looking back at the tutorial for the stars,
 here's the link

 Just bend your wire into hearts instead of stars.


I made a handful of hearts in different sizes and scattered them throughout by displays in the kitchen and in my hutch.


I love how they give off a little sparkle on sunny days.


Plus they were quick and easy to make which is wonderful for me since I been feeling like I just can't seem to stay caught up lately.  LOL.

Hope you have a wonderful day,

bye now,

Robin

Linked to:
Twirl and Take a Bow
Show Me What Ya Got
Knick of Time Tuesday
The Scoop
Tweak It Tuesday

10 comments:

  1. Awesome!!!I love deecorations like these hearts-easy and glamorous :)
    Hugs!!!

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  2. Love them! Like your stars, they are so simple and lovely!

    Happy Tuesday :)

    ~Sherri

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  3. Your little beaded hearts are adorable and they look so pretty handing here and there around your home :)

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  4. Very cute. We all need a little pop of Valentine's Day to cheer up the winter dolldrums.

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  5. They are charming, Robin...love the clear ones, too!

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  6. Really cute idea Robin. Love the heart shape year round. Love the rolled book page heart and really LOVE your new red and white tablecloth. You've inspired me once again! Mimi

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  7. So sweet...the perfect touch for Valentines :)

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  8. These are really pretty! They look nice displayed around your kitchen. I will have to take a look at the star tutorial and try and make some.

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  9. Thanks so much for linking this up to Twirl & Take a Bow! I loved the stars and I think that I love the hearts even more! Pinning!

    - Brooke -

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