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Valentine’s Day Garland

It’s that time of the month for another edition of Chopped– but with Crafting Supplies! The theme for this month is Valentine’s Day decor, so I created a Valentine garland.

Like with most of my DIYs, this project is pretty easy to execute and inexpensive– perfect for a seasonal decoration.

This post is brought to you by Waverly Inspirations. As always, opinions are 100% my own.


Here’s what you’ll need:

Waverly Inspirations fabric … Walmart
Waverly Inspirations ribbon … Walmart
100 4×6 notecards … Walmart
foam stickers … Walmart
hot glue gun + glue
bakers twine
mini clothespins

Unless you’re making the world’s longest garland, you should need 1/2 yard per fabric or less.

 Start by stacking 10 notecards together. Making sure they’re flush, tape them together, using a piece of tape on each side of the stack.


After ironing your fabric, place the notecard on top– lines facing up.


Fold the fabric onto the back and secure it with hot glue.


Fold in the other sides and glue.


Cut two pieces of ribbon. Center the ribbon ends in the middle of the fabric-covered notecards. Tack the ribbons on with hot glue.


Wrap the ribbon onto the backside and glue.


Add a foam sticker in the middle.


Once all of your envelopes are finished, pin them onto the bakers twine with mini clothespins.


When gathering your materials, keep in mind that if you’re going to require more than 10 envelopes that you’ll need more notecards.


Pretty cute, right?

And I love how it’s going to be easy to store.


This post is brought to you by Waverly Inspirations. As always, opinions are 100% my own.

 DIY Valentine Garland! Perfect Valentine's Day decoration without breaking the bank!

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  1. Real Cute. Thanks for the idea.

  2. Cute and different from any ther garland I’ve seen. Thanks!

  3. Dorinda Selke says:

    Chelsea this is just so creative and cute. Love the colors ! I’ll be making one during the Super Bowl !!! Hugs, Dorinda

  4. Very cute idea!! Love the material prints!

  5. Lynda Ramage says:

    I like, I like……and with a hot gun! Yep, my kind of project and it looks great when finished.
    Thanks so much.

  6. Cute!
    Your intro of “chopped- craft edition” reminded me of one of my shows that was cut way too soon! It was called Craft Corner Death Match. Hilarious and entertaining.

  7. Stephanie says:

    You did it once again, cutest garland….I already have put the notecards together this morning. Thank you for your ideas and sharing them with us all.

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