Felted Valentine’s Day Garlands


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My newest fascination is with wool felt balls. Why? Because they are adorable, inexpensive, and make my home festive. I bought 200 in multiple colors just before Christmas to string for garland for the tree. I loved the garland SO much that I decided to purchase more in Valentine’s day hues.

I ordered the felt balls online from TaDaaStudios and I have to say, the packaging is adorable.

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I strung up a few shades of pink with white and hung them in the kitchen…

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Detail of the embroidered heart
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Side view of the garland draping on the bakers rack

…and on the menu board…

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…and I can’t help myself, so I’ll share with you AGAIN, my fabulous felt Valentine’s Day calaveras (skulls) from last year–though I couldn’t do them justice being housed in Amman.

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…and since I’m on a roll, I’ll just add one last Valentine’s day touch in the kitchen…another embroidered tea towel.

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Happy pre-Valentine’s day and stay tuned for my next Easter garland.

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18 thoughts on “Felted Valentine’s Day Garlands

  1. What ? I am the first to comment and I am sooooo old.. Of course it looks great, everything always looks great…I know the cotton ball folks are in love with you now… That place of yours in old town has to be so comfortable now what with all your COOL STUFF and great decorations.. Keep the projects going and keep us up to date on all the new projects.. Dad aka Joep

  2. The felted “valentine balls” are very cute and festive. I’m sure Raj has to be sooo impressed. Everything looks adorable. Mom

  3. Love them! I made something similar at Christmas too, but out of wool pompoms. I like the look of the felt balls though, I agree they are adorable, I love the brights colours!

  4. Too stinking cute! I’d like to place an order. I don’t think your cute garland that I used for Halloween would exactly work with my Valentine theme but I’d like to place an order for some garlands and tea towels. Also, beautiful apothocary jars. They didn’t go unnoticed.

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