Simple “Felt & Clothespin” Heart Door Hanger

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Y’all, I don’t sew. Well, I take that back…I can sew by hand, and I used to cross stitch. That is the extent of my sewing talents. All major sewing projects go to my mother – the master quilter and sewing machine expert extraordinaire! Another confession (while I’m confessing) is that I have no patience for a long craft. That’s why fabri-tac and glue guns giving instant bonds are the go to in our house! Love them! For this particular project, Fabri-Tac was out! Connor used a push pin to punch holes all over my fabri-tac glue bottle  ( I have no idea why – but, that is how he roles). With Fabri-Tac out – we moved on to the glue gun! Thankfully, he has not figured out a way to break or destroy that. Phew! Here’s what I did to make this NO SEW easy felt DIY heart door hanger!:

You’ll Need:

  • about 3 ft. of Raffia – or some other fun string to hang the hearts from
  • Clothespins – I found some cute Valentine Clothespins at Target
  • A glue gun
  • Felt – assorted Valentine Colors – I used white, pink, and red
  • Fiber Fill
  • Scissors

Rustic, Simple and Cute Valentine Door Hanger

Instructions:

Rustic, Simple and Cute Valentine Door Hanger

  • Cut 3 pairs of hearts out of the felt, varying the size – small, medium and large hearts. My smallest heart – the white one is about 5&1/2 inches wide at the top by about 5&1/2 in length. Medium is 6×6 in. Large is 8×8 in.

Rustic, Simple and Cute Valentine Door Hanger

  • Using the glue gun, glue the heart pairs about 3/4 of the way around, leaving an opening to stuff the hearts
  • Allow those to dry
  • Use the fiber fill to stuff the hearts and then, when you are satisfied with the amount of filling – seal the hole with glue

Rustic, Simple and Cute Valentine Door Hanger

  • Tie a loop in the top of the raffia to hang from

Rustic, Simple and Cute Valentine Door Hanger

  • Attach the hearts with clothespins – large at the top, medium, then small!
  • Done! Yay! My poor front door was so sad and boring without a Christmas wreath. Now, it’s happy again.

~ Happy Valentine’s Day!

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4 Comments

  1. So simple yet so beautiful and useful.I conduct sewing hobby classes for kids.This hanging is just awesome .I like to include it in my sewing collection.

  2. Hi Melissa,

    The door hanger looks great. And itโ€™s great that the kiddos got involved too. These are the best kind of projects.

    Regards,
    Barbara Harris

  3. So simple yet so beautiful and useful.I conduct sewing hobby classes for kids.This hanging is just awesome

    thank you for sharing!

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