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Looking for Valentine’s pieces to add to your farmhouse decor? If you’ve got some pallet wood and a vinyl cutting machine, you can make these Valentine’s farmhouse ornaments!
Supplies Needed for this project
- Pallet wood sections, pre-cut and pre-drilled <<< click for instruction <<<
- Wooden beads
- Acrylic paint in red and white, and paint brushes
- 651 vinyl in white
- Cutting machine – I have a Silhouette Cameo
- Plaid ribbon from Dollar Tree
- Glitter heart scatter from Dollar Tree
Step One : Paint
Start off by painting your pallet wood sections. I made them in red and white.
After painting the red, I lightly brushed over them in white to give it that rustic look. I only lightly brushed on the white for those and let the pallet wood show through for that farmhouse feel.
Step Two : Add a hanger
Next, add your twine hanger. I like to use a large crochet needle and thread two ends of the twine into the hole to make a slip knot.
After you secure your twine, start adding your wooden beads, knotting after each one so they don’t slide around.
I added three beads, knotting it a final time at the top of the twine to make the hanger.
Step Three : Add you decal
This next step uses a vinyl cutting machine. If you don’t have access to one, you could use scrapbook letters and mod podge them on, or you could even paint the letters on yourself.
The wooden sections are approximately 5×2 inches, so my words measured 4×1.5 inches when cutting. Use whatever font you desire. I believe I used the font Goudy Stout.
After cutting the vinyl letters, I used transfer paper to attach them to my wooden tags.
There was one that said I <3 U and for the heart, I used a glitter heart from a pack of table scatter that I got from the Dollar Tree. I used hot glue to secure it.
Step Four : Add a bow
Last step is to add your bow. I used a buffalo plaid ribbon from the Dollar Tree and tied it right below the first wooden bead, around the twine, dove tailing my ends.
Your Valentine’s farmhouse ornaments are complete!
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