DIY Driftwood Heart Wreath

Here is another easy and inexpensive Valentine's Day project. All I used for this project was some driftwood pieces, cardboard, hot glue and twine.
The first thing I did was cut a heart shape from the cardboard.
Then, I used the hot glue and started gluing the driftwood pieces all over the heart. I wanted it to look rustic so I didn't follow a pattern or anything, I just started gluing and layering the driftwood where it would fit.
When I had it all done, I hot glued some twine to the back of the wreath to hang it.
It is the perfect Valentine's decoration for us. It is rustic and something I can use all year round! See more details on my blog post.

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Lindsay Eidahl

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!


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  • Country Design Home
    on Jan 22, 2016

    Really cute! Just curious where you found the driftwood pieces? Are those collected or purchased?

    • Lindsay Eidahl
      on Jan 22, 2016

      @Sue@CountryDesignHome Click the link to my blog and you will see how I got the driftwood pieces. They came from a whale. :-)

  • Cindy Stone
    on Jan 23, 2016

    where did you get the driftwood ?

  • Martha Castel
    on Jan 23, 2016

    no way I can get driftwood, how about wine corks cut in half?

    • Lindsay Eidahl
      on Jan 23, 2016

      @Martha Castel You could do that, but I have links on my blog post to where you can get driftwood. Click the link to my blog post.

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