These heart sticks are super easy to make and cost less than 20 cents a piece! I’ve shown them in a floral arrangement, but you can stick them anywhere to add a whimsical touch to your reception or ceremony.

-Ashley of Dolci Odille

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Step 1: Cut a square from a piece of paper. Card stock works best.

Step 2: Fold the square paper in half.

Step 3: Cut out the shape of half a heart so that you get a complete heart when you open the paper.

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Step 4: Using the heart you just cut, cut out two pieces of fabric.

Step 5: Take your two fabric hearts and sew them together. Make sure to leave an opening at the bottom so that you can turn it inside out. Then fill it with stuffing.

Step 6: Stick the straw into the bottom of your heart and your done!

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Project created by Dolci Odille

 

 

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Comments (11)

David Murray Weddings | Reply

Lovely–as are all of Ashley’s creative endeavors!
Especially liking these hearts since today is our own wedding anniversary. Thanks for sharing.
Linda + David

Brancoprata | Reply

So so beautiful. A simple idea yet a powerful one!!

Dollface Delights | Reply

What a sweet simple idea!

Jocelyn Stott | Reply

Those are so sweet! I love them. Thank you for the great idea, as always.

Noelle | Reply

The real question is where do you get those fab straws?!

Whitney | Reply

Noelle- i was thinking the same thing!
after some detective work…

http://www.greenpartygoods.com/biodegradable-stripe-straws-packages150-straws-p-782.html

yay!

forex robot | Reply

nice post. thanks.

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