Valentine Hearts…

January 25, 2013 by 43 Comments

Pinterest and blog-world are filled with inspiration for Valentine’s Day, it makes me want to jump right in and join the fun! Visiting Jane’s blog ~ Cottage at the Crossroads~ inspired me to go to the fabric store where I picked up a couple of fun Valentine prints.  I took them with me to our daughter’s house, she provided the pinking shears and we had fun creating fabric Valentine hearts.  We cut out the hearts with pinking shears, hand-stitched around the edges, filled the hearts with some poly-fill and secured the stitching.  I was excited to take some of the hearts home and put them on display in this small rustic carrier, along with some felt and wooden hearts adding more texture and interest.

Valentine HeartsFor extra fluff  and lift I put some poly-fill in the bottom of the carrier – and placed the hearts on top.

Valentine heartsMy grand-daughter gave me one of the hearts she made, it’s the one in the front left  corner. That’s a special one!

Valentine hearts 1This little charming box found it’s way to the guest-bedroom….and I also took a couple of the fabric hearts (fabric only) and put them in a white frame.  What a neat way to welcome guests during this season! Let them know they are loved for sure!

I’m so glad you stopped by for another visit here at home!

Linking:  savvy southern style , between naps on the porch


43 Responses to “Valentine Hearts…”
  1. Diane says:

    Love the little hearts!!! I think the one your grand daughter did was great…I understand why it is so special to you. Anything the kids do are “special”. Have a wonderful Friday 🙂

  2. Karen K says:

    Your ideas are so simple, but so inspiring!!..The little things mean a lot!!

    I’m going to attempt making pillows with a large heart on top, then onto the sweet little hearts!!

    Thank you!! (again)

  3. Martina says:

    They’re so cute Moni!! I bet the best part was making them with your special helper:)

  4. Love the box full of hearts and your selection of fabrics is so pretty! I’d love for you to come over and share at Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky Party.

  5. Maria says:

    Ohhh these are just beautiful! Love all the different fabrics, they are all so pretty!

  6. Hi Moni
    What a lovely carrier filled with love and hearts, so beautiful! My favorite heart is definitly the one from your grand daugther 🙂 have a wonderful day

  7. Cute ideas! I’m stopping by for the 1st time. I hope you come by to link on Tuesdays 🙂

  8. I love these hearts! So simple but makes such a statement. I know how precious those little things the grandchildren can be also. I love how you put just the fabric in the frame. Great idea. You should come by and share Tuesday at Transformed Tuesday. My readers would love to see. Hugs, Peggy

  9. What a simple, yet stunning display! It caught my eye right away – I love all the different patterns and textures and the way it all came together! 🙂

  10. Sweet idea to frame the hearts!

  11. Danielle says:

    I just put a basket on the back of our toilet, but I don’t have anything to go inside… These would be perfect – and I could make different ones for different holidays! Found you at the Make the Scene link up party – I’m a new follower!

    Have a great week!

  12. Danielle says:

    This is such a sweet idea! They look so adorable. I love that you made them with your daughter and granddaughter. The one she made for you is so special. I’m sure you’ll treasure it always. Thanks so much for sharing this at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

  13. Linda says:

    This is a wonderful and sweet way to welcome guests! I saw Jane’s post on the fabric valentines too, and now I’m doubly inspired to try making some! Linda

  14. Fiona says:

    So simple yet so effective. A great way to use up pretty fabric.Fiona

  15. What a sweet project! I love the rustic carrier you used and the variety of heart styles!

  16. Debbie says:

    It looks so pretty Moni. And every time you look at it, it’ll remind you of the fun time you spent with your daughter and granddaughter. I love that you framed the fabric hearts, too. Such a simple idea but it looks lovely, and can easily be changed out with the seasons. Have a great day!


  17. Absolutely adorable! And thanks for the info on adding polyfill, I always wonder what I can use to lift things in a box or basket!


  18. Karin says:

    Hallo Moni,
    danke schoen fuer die wunderbare Idee. Ich LIEBE Ihren Blog!
    Liebe Gruesse, Karin

  19. gena says:

    As the mom of a heart transplant recipient, I love all things “heart” and yours are no exception! What an adorable box of love!!!

    thanks for sharing,

  20. Nancy says:

    Such a sweet project!
    I’d love for you to stop by and link this up at my link party, which is live right now. It is for new and OLD projects!
    Hope to see you there!

  21. These are adorable! I love how you have them displayed as well!

  22. andi winslow says:

    Your hearts are so cute, I especially like the framed hearts. What fun you had with your daughter making these. Nice post thanks, Andi thewednesdaybaker

  23. Jeanette says:

    These are so special!
    Homa Style is having a Valentine link party going on now. I would love it if you linked up your Valentine hearts.
    The link is

  24. Deb Hen says:

    The hearts are so sweet!!! Thanks for sharing…Deb Vintage On A Dime

  25. Linda says:

    Nice. I love that you added other textures also. Take care, Linda following you on Facebook.

  26. Lauren says:

    Just stopping in to invite you to my new link party. I hope to see you there.

  27. Emily says:

    These are super cute and look perfect in that old crate!

  28. Lisa Lynn says:

    How pretty! Found you on Thursday Favorite Things! I’m kicking off a brand new blog hop on Superbowl Sunday called the Creative HomeAcre Hop! I would love to have you join the fun at:

  29. Roeshel says:

    Your Valentine hearts are so sweet, Moni! Thank you so much for sharing your creativity! 🙂

  30. Pamela says:

    Love your little hearts!

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