New Releases: Art Prints + Valentine’s Day Sticker Printables

Hello everyone!

I’ve been working really hard and have quite a few new releases to share with you today!

I’m adding six new art prints and two new sticker kit designs to my shop this week! Check them out below!

My two planner kits for the month are Conversation Hearts and Happy Valentine’s Day.  Both kits are available in the 3-page Ultimate kit format and the 2-page horizontal kit format.

I LOVE how both of these turned out and can’t wait to start using them!  They’re both so different, and I’m having trouble deciding which one to use first! 🙂

I mentioned these two Valentine’s Day inspired prints in yesterday’s post.

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Including yesterday’s freebie print, I have four prints in this pink + red watercolor Valentine’s collection.  Get all four for perfectly matching Valentine’s Day party decor!

Aside from Happy Valentine’s Day, all the prints in this collection come in both 5×7 and 8×10 print sizes.

These are the four other non Valentine’s Day themed items that are new to the shop.

All of these prints come in 5×7 + 8×10 and each come in both full color and white background options.

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I’m very excited about all of this month’s releases and hope that you all are two!

Remember when shopping in my store to use the coupon code “BlogBonus” for 15% off your purchase of $10 or more!

Happy Shopping!!

<3 Natalie

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Easy DIY: Felt Pom Pom Garland

Hello Crafters!

I have a super easy, super fun, and super cute DIY project to share with you today!

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Supplies:

  • Felt Balls (I bought this pack on Amazon)
  • Twine
  • Sharp scissors
  • Large eye needle
  • Clear nail polish (optional)

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The felt balls I purchased are a grab bag of 50, so I had no idea what colors I was going to get until I opened the package.

1) Separate your felt balls by color

This will make it much easier to see what colors you have and what color scheme you want for your garland.

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2) Choose your garland color

After looking at my color choices, I chose orange, purple, and pink for my first garland.

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3) Lay your balls out in some sort of pattern

I chose an alternating pattern, because my choices were limited by the number of purple balls I had.

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4) Thread your large eye needle with twine

I chose white twine for this garland, because I thought it would go best with my color palette.

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5) Begin stringing your garland

I eyeballed where I thought the middle of each pom pom was and threaded them accordingly.  If your balls aren’t perfectly centered, that’s okay!  I know that a few of mine are a little wonky!  That just adds a littler personality to the project! 🙂

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6) Keep on threading

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Once all your pom poms are threaded, we’re going to tie off the garland.

7) Create a small loop at the end of your garland

You can either cut your twine before or after creating your loop.  I cut my thread after just in case something went wrong with the string or loop.

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8) Tie a knot to create a small loop for hanging your garland

9) Cut off the excess twine

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10) Do steps 7-9 again to create another loop on the other side of the garland

(Optional step) 11) Paint your knots with clear nailpolish

I like to paint my knots with polish to insure that they don’t come untied at any time.

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12) Enjoy your pretty new garland!

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After looking at my felt balls again, I saw that I had enough neutral ones to make another garland!

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I used cream, taupe, and black for my second garland.

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I went with a similar alternating design for this garland too.

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In about 20 minutes, I made two very pretty, very fun garlands!

These beauties are going to be perfect for photo props, bedroom/office decor, and party decor!

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I hope you enjoyed this super easy garland tutorial!

If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comments below!

Happy Crafting!

<3 Natalie