The first thing is to gather your products.
scraps of patterned paper
other misc chipboard hearts
9 1/2 circle cut from a piece of heavy cardboard of a box. I used a box
Pink paint to paint the circle and the letter.
Being a scrapbooker I decided to cover the wood hearts with paper I had leftover from scrapbooking, but painting the hearts would work as well. I used DCWV Heirloom stack for the tan hearts and other misc papers for the rest.
I then glued the larger hearts starting at the 12:00, 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00 positions around the circle.
Then I just went and layering the rest of the hearts that I covers randomly around the wreath.
I cut about an 18 inch piece of ribbon and knotted it in the center, so it had something to hang by.
Also taking a piece of twine, I glue the painted wood letters pink and adhered it to the back of the twine and attached it to the wreath. I then attached the ribbon the back of the wreath and hung it on my door.
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*Disclaimer: Oriental Trading sent me products in exchange for a blog post; however, all opinions in this post are mine.