Wedding decor can be expensive, that’s why I love creating DIY wedding decor so you can decorate on a budget. This DIY wedding decor is one of my favorites I’ve made and it’s super versatile. Of course, as we always do, we have a short video you can check out that walks you through the DIY. You can click “replay” below to check it out! Also, to keep in mind, although this is a wedding DIY, it can be used for Valentine’s Day too!
Here is what you’ll need:
- Decorative paper
- Hot glue gun
- Decorative bird
- Diamond Dust/ Glitter
Firstly, you’ll want to start my cutting your decorative paper into hearts. Afterwards, hot glue just half way, joining the two heart cut outs. Then, you’ll add your stuffing to the middle and hot glue the rest of it together. When you’re stuffing the heart, do not over stuff, it will create a wrinkled look and you do not want that. Also, if you do not have stuffing, you can crinkle up some newspaper, spare paper, or use scrap fabric. The next step is to lightly coat your heart in mod podge. Afterwards, you can add your ribbon and embellishment. I had some scrap fabric laying around so I used one of my neutral colors to make a simple bow. I then hot glued that diamond embellishment to it!
Secondly, double what you just did with the paper heart. I also tried to make it so they were fairly identical, but you can make multiple that do not look the same! And, don’t forget, this is a DIY Wedding decor, but you can switch it up and make it your own. Meaning, if you see it as a great gift for someone, you can do that! Make it your own, and do whatever you’re feeling.
Finally, you have your finished DIY Wedding decor. As you can see, I added a little bird, candlestick and glass cover to make it look like a centerpiece. I hope you love this DIY Wedding decor, please check out the blog for more like this one, click here! We are also on social media, please follow along by clicking here.
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Pat Wear says
Oh wow, these are so beautiful, thank you for sharing your inspiration