Design / DIY

Wooden Bead Heart

Yes, I really do think all things pink and red this time of year are pretty. But, I’m trying to go for a more muted, understated statement with my Valentine’s Day decor this year. There’s lots of hearts, but I’m sticking with a mostly neutral palette. Like my cross stitched wall heart, I’d like to think that this little wooden bead heart, isn’t just for Valentine’s Day. I think it really is great all year long.
I used simply round wood beads in two sizes and one random geometric bead (left over from these necklaces and these curtain pulls).  I took a piece of 20 gauge floral wire and bent it in half, to make the bottom point of the heart.  Then I curved the ends to make the rounded tops to the heart.  Alternating the sizes of the beads and threaded them on. I left less then a inch extra wire at either end and using pliers, bent the wire around the back to hold the beads in place. (as shown below)
I tied a piece of baker’s twine (I have lots) to the heart and hung it over my botanical print.  It’s simple and clean, exactly what I’m loving right now.  

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6 thoughts on “Wooden Bead Heart

    1. Jeran Post author

      Thanks, I appreciate you taking the time to stop by. I think it's going to hang there for quite awhile. Maybe I'll take it down the Halloween. But, that's it!

  1. Anonymous

    Thanks for sharing your one of a kind heart:) Keep being creative! An inexpensive addition to my front door.

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