DIY Heart Valentine Arrow

Valentine is just around the corner. Here is a quick DIY Heart Valentine Arrow project that you can craft in no time.

TWEET THIS “The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.” ~Helen Keller

Supplies: DIY Heart Valentine Arrow

Craft Card Stock
Feathers
Felt
Twine
Hershey Kiss
Straw
Glue
Fabric
Washi Tape
Glitter Pen
Brush Pens
Black Paint

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Emboss the silver card stock

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Cut the silver and corrugated cardstock into heart shapes. I free hand my cuts. Glue the two hearts together, slightly put the hearts off center using the corrugated under the silver card for a faux shadow.

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Now it’s time to decorate! Glue twine around the silver heart.  Cut two small hearts, one from fabric and the other from card stocks. Glue the two hearts together and frame them with twine and add a twine bow. Cut a piece of felt and glue the small heart on top of the felt and glue to large heart.

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Supplies for the arrow
DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Cut the straw in half and paint it (whatever color you like), I decided to paint mine black.
Cut small paper and glue to Hershey’s candy and glue the straw to flat side of candy.

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Glue painted feathers on the other end of the straw. Wrap twine around top and bottom of the straw.

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

Wrap and glue twine at the top and bottom of the arrow.

DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

I added a little washi tape round the middle and at the tip of the arrow.
DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow
Glue the arrow across the heart.
DIY Valentine Heart & Arrow

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