{My Cheesy Version of Quilled Paper Hearts}

You guys remember THIS post from Friday, right? The adorable quilled paper hearts from Under the Table and Dreaming. Well, I tried my hand at them today. Again, being very limited with my resources I think this almost borderlines cheesy. lol I had fun making them and they were easy enough that my 6 year old was able to help.

I made a bunch using Amy Butler scrapbook paper. Then I taped a piece of raffia inside the vase and just put the hearts inside. I added a paper heart to the ends of the raffia bow on the outside and that was it.

To make the hearts I used a pencil to curl them and double sided tape to tape them together at the top. Not my best work but it didn’t cost me anything so that has to count for something, right? šŸ˜‰

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We will be participating in linky parties at The Persimmon Perch, Cottage Instincts, Today’s Creative Blog, Blue Cricket Design and Making the World Cuter.


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  1. i think these are absolutely adorable! i need to look up that post to see how you make these and then add them to my list of about 300 crafts that i would like to try this year lol!

  2. They’re not cheesy – I love the bright greens and purples – two of my fave colors! They turned out great and I’m already digging through my scrapbook paper to see what I can come up with for this project!

    Thanks for finding Stephanie Lynn – she has some amazing crafts and ideas!

    Have a good one –

  3. those are super cute

  4. I did a shout out to you and your Top 10 party on my blog! I think you should do a contest for my centerpieces! šŸ™‚

  5. I also LOVE finding new blogs in this wild world of blogging. Thanks so much for being one of them! I will look forward to seeing you more!

  6. These aren’t cheesy, I like them a lot! Love the colors and paper you picked.

  7. I am going to still this, only to flatter. I love these. Thanks for all you do.
    Cha Cha

  8. Oh I love them! I really like the AB paper…You did a fantastic job! Thanks again for the link!! You rock!

  9. These are adorable! I need to teach my daughter how to do these, they would be adorable on a banner or garland!
    Thanks for sharing!

  10. I love these! And I love how easy they are! And I also love that I have stuff to make these on hand! Free easy craft? YES! šŸ™‚ Thanks for linking up!

    – Sumo

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