This is the easiest way to add some Valentine pizzazz to your home and it’s so easy, the kids can do with for with you! Shazam!
(Franklin, anyone?)I found die cut hearts in a pack at Michaels for $2.99 which included a ton of pink, red and white cutouts. All we did was punch holes on either side of the hearts (I used a heart holepunch but a regular one works fine) then strung red and white bakers twine through each hole so that it was behind the hearts.
We strung them across our bookshelf over the TV and across a cut out in the wall that separates the livingroom and kitchen.
A lazington like me likes how these suckers went up in a snap, and a Cheapy McCheaperton such as myself loves how inexpensive it was. Plus, the punch of color really is fun for February and I’ve noticed that Sam gets really excited when we decorate for holidays.
Pssssst tomorrow we find out the sex of the baby! Woo Hooooo!