There is something about Valentine crafting – it’s just one of my favorites! Speaking of favorites, guess where the embellishment supplies came from…. Target!
Yep, Target + Craft Supplies (in the One Spot!) = Awesomeness 🙂
Today I have this Yarn Banner Valentine Wreath to walk you through, and it’s so cute! (This is a sponsored post, but all opinions are my own, and we all know that Target is cuteness)
Just a few supplies and you can make one for yourself!
This is reason to run to Target and search out all the crafty things in their One Spot – as if you needed a reason 😉
I just love that you can find cute craft supplies and embellishments in the Target One Spot (they are priced $1-3 – you can’t beat that!). There are over 40 products to choose from, like Valentine’s Day stickers and washi tap or chalkboard style basics and banners. But it’s only for a limited time and I’m pretty sure that they’ll sell out quickly, so grab yours soon.
I was already making a yarn wreath, so that’s the base of my project. I love yarn-wrapped wreaths! So fun, great texture, and they’re easy to make (although a little time consuming). If you follow me on instagram you got a sneak peek into this project. I even took it with me to work on as I waited in the school pick up line (everyone crafts while waiting, right?!)
I made the banner wreath embellishments with those supplies. First I punched a heart out of the glitter paper (yes, glitter paper!)
Then I used a white painter marker to write on the sheets from the black banner kit. This gave them a chalkboard look. I like the feel of the handwritten banners – a fun touch to them.
I tested it all together and really liked how things were coming along:
Instead of just attaching the punched glitter heart to the banner, I used a glitter clothespin to hold it on. I liked how it makes the heart float against the banner – fun depth for the project. I just attached the clothespin with some hot glue.
Next I used the baker’s twine (it’s included in the banner kit!) and threaded on the banner. I was able to double up on the twine strand.
And then I just used the twine ends to tie around the edges of the wreath. And I used twine again as the wreath hanger. I love baker’s twine – it’s so fun!
Here’s an upclose of the completed banner – I love how it turned out! And if you’re not a wreath person, you could for sure just hang the banner on it’s own.
I just love how it turned out!
For more Valentine projects using supplies from Target One Spot, search the #OneSpotValentine hashtag on social media – so many cute things!