D.I.Y. Wednesday: Heart Garland

This D.I.Y. Wednesday, love is in the air … no, really. It’s everywhere; even dripping from the ceiling in the form of this gorgeous heart garland, made from a Mini Notebook and hung with care. Sweet, isn’t it?

heart garland

Heart Garland

heart garland 1. What you’ll need: A Mini Notebook with Pocket and a stapler

2. Tear out pages along the perforated line. (If the pages are used, please be sure to recycle them. If they are still blank, you can save them for notes or another D.I.Y.)

 Separate the colored paper margins from the spiral. Try not to rip them. (Hint: Pull them out of the spiral only a few at a time. This is much easier after you take off the covers and folder.)

3. Fold the colored strips in half. Connect the ends of the strip and bring them in to meet and form a heart shape. Add the bottom folded part of another strip in-between the the two pieces you are holding together. Staple.

4. Repeat the process, forming a long chain. Then hang!

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9 Responses to D.I.Y. Wednesday: Heart Garland

  1. Cecelia says:

    This is a lovely idea love it

  2. Lydia S. says:

    Very cute !

  3. mamalish says:

    Really cute and simple to do!

  4. Kelly Wentling says:

    I love this diy blog post each Wednesday! This has been my favorite project so far. Love it!!

  5. sierra k. says:

    this is adorable! and i’ve been in such a crafty mood lately too : )

  6. Sean says:

    This is an awesome idea!

  7. What an original idea! The staff at Vera Bradley is so creative, it’s amazing!

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