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Paper Heart Valentine Art and Mantle

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January is coming to an end, February is just around the corner which will bring us Valentine’s Day {and Baby Girl’s 1st birthday!}. Let’s make some paper valentine decorations. 

My mantle was decorated for winter back in December so I wasn’t in a rush to change it up but it was time to take a few of the Christmasy things down.  I switched up my decor in an afternoon with a few paper hearts and some Valentine themed art.

Paper heart valentine heart and mantle

This paper heart art is simple and so easy to put together.  I had a piece of burlap paper on hand, not burlap just a burlap pattern. Pretty without the mess.  I punched out hearts in a variety of pink paper and lined them up in a diagonal pattern on the burlap paper.

Supplies for paper heart valentine art

I mounted the paper on a piece of very thick decor chipboard so it can stand on my mantle.

I added a Be Mine banner and a few hearts onto a mason jar.  Everything else was already there from my winter mantle, such an easy transition.

Valentine mantle

I am not a big fan of decorating for Valentine’s Day, but a few touches of pink and a couple of hearts are pretty.  I do have a zoo animal themed birthday party to decorate for just after the 14th so the less I have to change out the better.

Looking for more paper valentine decorations? Take a look at this heart string art.

Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day?  I’d love to hear about it.

Want some Valentine inspiration, be sure to follow me on Pinterest.

Thanks for visiting!

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Silhouette Print and Cut Valentine Card - Creative Ramblings

Monday 9th of February 2015

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Natasha Mila

Friday 23rd of January 2015

I love the little hearts one. Need to up my game on the cut out equipment. Also the banner is great! I may use something like this in my classroom!


Sunday 25th of January 2015

Thanks so much Natasha, I'm glad you like it.

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