Diy Heart Felt Pouch

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I have a VERY simple craft for you today. I know we all love simple, right?

Well, all you have to do is cut out 2 hearts, I used felt. I scalloped my edges with scalloped scissors. You can get those here.

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Stitch up the sides of your heart, leaving an opening at the top.

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  On each corner of your heart, snip a small hole on the front and back heart. Slip some ribbon through and tie a knot at the end.

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You can leave your hearts plain or decorate them. Get Creative and have Fun!!!

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You can fill them with treats and sweets, give them away and make some Hearts Happy!!

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Comments

  1. 1

    Very, very cute- I love your pinking shear-edged hearts! Perfect pockets! xo Diana

  2. 2

    Hi, Angelina

    This is lovely. By the way, praying your son is doing better. Keeping him in my prayers.

    Vanessa

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  1. [...] Angelina from JoJo and Eloise shows how to make a simple felt heart pouch.  You can fill it with treats and hang it on a doorknob or coat hook.  The edges won’t fray so there’s no need to finish them off.  If you want fancy scalloped edges like hers, cut the felt with scallop edge scissors.  Go to the tutorial. [...]

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