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DIY Room Decor – Fabric Heart Garland (Part 2)

By Room Decor


Hello all,

I’m back with a continuation to my post about creating heart garlands. I’ve been experimenting with other fabric designs and am absolutely amazed with how each one turned out. I especially love the bright colors hanging on the jute twine. There’s something so “anthropologie” about it (yes, I love most decor from that store)!

Another way to use these dies is to cut felt instead of fabric. I think felt would be just as pretty but would give a completely different vibe.

Take a look at these combos and tell me which one is your favorite. I’d love to hear from you.

Stripes with florals – swoon!

Love the corals and teals mixed with pea green and rustic orange!


Polka dots and twine anyone?


I love that craft supplies can be so versatile and don’t always have to be used with just paper or be confined to envelopes and books. Try searching through your supplies and double-purposing an item ~ let your creative mind free!

Have a great day friends.


DIY Room Decor – Fabric Heart Garland

By Room Decor

Hi all,
I’m here today to share a very quick and easy project for some extra pizzaz to a room. Nowadays, many craft stores and home decor stores carry small fabric squares. Typically they can be found in a bundle of coordinating colors and designs. I happened to have a set and thought it’d put it to use but keep in mind that really any type of fabric works, and if you don’t have fabric – try felt!

Here’s a quick video on how I created this beauty.

You can create this same look at home using a stencil or template. For your convenience, I’ve created a FREE download for you to use. Simply click the button below.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope I’ve inspired you to create something DIY and handmade for your space!

Holiday Cards 2014 – Day 8

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Hi all,

Welcome to Day 8 featuring a holiday presents garland via papers from Basic Grey.


I’ve got to say I absolutely LOVE this card for the quality of materials it incorporates. The red card base is such a nice thick material that is super sturdy and can be handled roughly in the mail but still maintain it’s structure. The banner is popped up on dimensional on a wood grain background that is so subtle you may even miss it if you look too quickly. Also, notice how the garland is actually stitched together!? So many little details…this is truly a card that was a wow-factor in person.


Card Base: Simon Says Stamp Card Stock

Wood grain: Paper Place white woodgrain

Presents garland: Basic Grey

Misc: white gel pen and adhesives