CraftSanity On TV: Valentine’s Day Woven Felt Heart Video Tutorial

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17 Responses

  1. Diane says:

    Happy Valentine’s Day Jennifer!

    Thank you for the excellent demonstration. You’re right, written directions for this project always mystified me. You made it very easy to understand. Now I have to round up my felt and bring it to the nursing home for a craft today!

  2. April Hunt says:

    How cute! When my girl gets a little bigger we’ve got to try this out! :)

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Very cute! Seems like this idea could be taken and modified into a cute scarf, too. :)

  4. Heather says:

    Gluing them onto hair clips would be super cute too!

  5. Aud says:

    Great job!
    Here in Norway these woven heart baskets are traditional “ornaments” for our Christmas trees, made from glossy, colored papers.


  6. linda says:

    Very cool – thanks for sharing. I love these kinds of crafts, it’s not so hard once you learn it, but the results look so complicated!

  7. carrie says:

    I remember making these i construction paper in my 6th grade class… thanks for taking me back!

  8. Carol says:

    Thank you so much I was looking for a tutorial on how to make these. Can’t wait to get started.

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  1. February 8, 2015

    […] These may look complicated but with the instructions they’re quite understandable and you get a beautiful woven Valentine basket with the help of Jennifer. She has a template and an amazing video showing you just how to assemble your woven Valentine basket. You can put some candy or a message to your sweetie whatever you want to use them for; they are really darling. You can get very creative with the colors and make a spectacular basket for your valentine decor or gift giving. Jennifer is from Craft sanity and you have to look over the site and see everything they have to offer us so thanks Jennifer for the excellent tutorial.  TUTORIAL HERE! […]

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