Valentine Heart Art

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and I am sharing a pretty way to decorate for this “LOVE” holiday with this Valentine Heart Art! It’s pretty and festive…I am totally enjoying it!  The minute I hung it in my kitchen it brightened the whole room! I love it!

VALENTINE HEART ART made from a repurposed Goodwill frame and red foil hearts from the dollar store.

This is pretty simple to make…here’s what you need…


2 Foil Garland Hearts from Dollar Tree  |  Wide Burlap Ribbon  |  Red Satin Ribbon

Thrift Store Frame  |  Glue  |  Wire  |  Paint for Picture Frame

Red foil hears from the dollar store, a Goodwill frame, red ribbon and burlap.

This only cost me a few dollars to make because I already owned many of the items used to create my Heart Art. These items are not very expensive if you need to buy them. Or substitute with things you already own.

I have to tell you that I bought this great frame at Goodwill. I was drawn to its carved detail and thought with a good coat of paint it could be something great. I do plan to use it as I finish decorating my guest room, but for now, it wasn’t being used for anything. I also had bought two of these Foil Garland Hearts at Dollar Tree. I didn’t really know at the time what I was going to make with them…I guess I was drawn to their sparkly quality! So, the other day I went down in my basement. I save all kinds of things to reuse or repurpose. Before I knew it, I found all these great elements to make my decoration!

First, using a little garden wire, I wired the two hearts together.


My frame didn’t have any glass in it, so I cut a piece of the burlap ribbon and glued it on the top and bottom of the back of the frame. At the top, I left an unglued space {in the center} large enough to thread my satin ribbon through.

Once the glue on the burlap ribbon had dried, I used the garden wire to secure the heart to the burlap at the top and bottom. I then looped the red satin ribbon under the heart and around the back of the frame and glued it together. The ribbon looks as if it is holding the heart up…it is only for show. The heart is light enough that the wire holds it securely in place to the burlap.


And there you have it – simple Valentine Heart Art!

I hope you like the Heart Art and are inspired to create your own variation.


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Susan B

Susan B

Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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    1. Thanks Heather! I loved and enjoyed looking at my Heart Art through these cold winter days! It really brightened up my kitchen!

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