Valentine’s Day Arrows Wall Hanging

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Valentine’s Day Arrows Wall Hanging – decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.

I love Valentine’s Day crafts, but I normally don’t do a lot of home decorating for Valentine’s Day. This year I have a few DIY projects I wanted to try and since chevrons, arrows, and feathers are super trendy right now, I thought why not make a fun little wall hanging for my girls’ room.

 

Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.

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I went with the traditional red and white for the arrows and added a bit of turquoise and pink. I thought those colors would go great in their room. You can go with neutral colors and even add some burlap for a rustic look.

Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.

This ‘Cupid’s Arrows’ wall hanging is a really easy, inexpensive project that you can even do with your kids. So let’s get started! Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.

Supplies:

  • Twine
  • Card Stock Paper
  • Wood Dowel
  • Skewers or wooden dowels
  • Feathers
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Step 1:

Draw and trace your desire heart shape onto your card stock paper then cut them out. You are going to need 2 hearts for each arrow.

Step 2:

Hot glue a heart to one end of the wooden skewer or dowel. Repeat on the other side, covering the end of wooden skewer or dowel.

Step 3:

Hot glue the feathers to the other end of the wooden skewer or dowel. I used 2 feathers, but you can certainly add more.

Step 4:

Wrap twine around the bottom of the glued feathers. I used hot glue to secure the twine at the beginning and the end.

Step 5:

Tie together twine from one end of the large wooden dowel to the other to create the loop for handing. I used hot glue to secure the knots and to keep the twine from sliding.

Step 6:

Tie twine from large wooden dowel to hang your arrows.

Valentine's Day Arrows Wall Hanging - decorate your home this Valentine’s Day with this simple arrow wall hanging.

You can do so many fun things with them too, like crisscross them and make a little 3-D art, or place them in a vase for a simple Valentine’s Day centerpiece, you can also attach a little note and use them as Valentine cards.

Thanks, Norma!

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Norma Giannoni

of Paint Me Pink

Hello! I’m Norma Giannoni, a stay at home mommy of 3 little ones and wife of a wonderful man who proudly serves for our country in the United States Marine Corps. I’m an artist and I love drawing whimsical characters. I also have the tendency to gravitate towards pink girly things. My little blog Paint Me Pink is a place where I share my passion for DIY projects whether it’s painting furniture, art, baking, styling, or simply being a mommy.

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  1. Paige posted on February 2, 2016 at 11:20 am (#
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    This wall hanging is adorable! I need to try this asap!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  2. Handyman North London posted on February 4, 2016 at 10:19 am (#
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    It looks really simple to make these, yet they look so awesome! The perfect Valentine’s Day decoration – easy to make, simple and you can easily get rid of it. Thanks for sharing!

  3. mary springer posted on January 24, 2017 at 1:49 pm (#
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    Love it! I do not usually even participate in Valentines Day..we do our own thing the next day (I lost a son on V-Day years ago) But…this makes me want to do so with my kids,this year may be different! Nice post!

    • I Heart Naptime posted on January 24, 2017 at 6:56 pm (#
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      I’m so sorry to hear of your loss, Mary, I cannot imagine what that is like.

      Love can be celebrate any day and every day of the year. Give yourself the grace to do what’s best for your and your family, xo.