St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


Dress up your front door for St Patty’s day with this easy to make St. Patrick’s Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o’ the Irish your way.

St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath

Find your pot o’ gold on this charming St. Patrick’s Day door décor wreath! This wreath is meant to be abundant, but not complete around the straw wreath. You, of course, can do what you like. If you do not want any exposed straw, I’d suggest making the balls come up both sides of the wreath (duplicating each side), and then placing the shamrocks and coins at the top.


Like so many crafts this is simply an idea for you to begin with and expand upon to make your own. You can follow my steps exactly, or go off in your own direction.

Notes:

• Nearly all the materials necessary to make this easy St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath craft can be purchased at at JoAnn, Michaels, or Hobby Lobby

• Take the straw wreath outside to unwrap it, and then give it a good shake outdoors! This will remove the loose straw, and keep your house tidy.

• Christmas bulbs were used on this craft – because I am cheap. Different textures, and various shades make for wonderful depth and juxposition of colors and textures. You can use craft balls in different shades of gold and green, but adhering them to the wreath may be a bit tricky.

• Quilter t-pins + hot glue were used to attach the bulbs. You could also use the floral picks with the wire at the end, or you could try and use only hot glue, but it may be a bit difficult.

• Instead of felt shamrocks, you could cut out paper ones – providing your wreath is not expoded to the elements.

• You could also use pot o’ gold felt cutouts.

• You can purchase the “gold coins” at the dollar store for a buck, or your favorite craft store for more.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath Materials:

14″ Straw Wreath
• 12 Bulbs, assorted size and color
Gold Coins
• Felt Shamrocks
• Ribbon for Wreath Wrap
• Ribbon for Bow (or buy a premade bow)
Quilter Pins
• Assorted Glitter Fill (leaves were used)
• Scissors
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue
• Wire Cutters

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick’s Day Luck o’ the Irish Wreath Directions:

• Unwrap the straw wreath and shake for loose straw. This is best done outside so as to keep your house and work area clean.
• Wrap the wreath with green ribbon (a narrow ribbon was used). Hot glue the ribbon in place on the wreath.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Layer the baubles (balls):
• Insert a quilting pin into the hanger portion of your bulb (at the top of the ornament cap).
• Insert the pin into the straw wreath, then, dab a dot of hot glue under the ball to more firmly affix it in place.
• Note: the pin is going to anchor across the ball wire hanger and you want to push that quiting pin in sideways to hide the ornament cap (hanger and pin) in the wreath and away from the exterior of the finished wreath product.
• Proceed to attach more bulbs in the same manner. Pay attention to size, texture, and holes. If you want to place some smaller bulbs on top of the larger wreath-adhered bulbs, you can hot glue them to the existing bulbs, and hide those holes. 12 bulbs were used in total on this wreath. You can use more or less according to your personal taste and preferences.
• Once you are finished with your bulbs, take a step back and make certain they are as complete as you would like, and firmly adhered to the wreath.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Hot glue felt shamrocks to the other side of the wreath. Insert a quilter pin to hold in place.
• Place another set of shamrocks on top of the first set to hide the quilter pins. Hot glue in place.
• Note: 7 shamrocks, two different colors, two different textures (4,3) were used in this configuration. You can use the same or different shamrocks according to your personal preference and taste.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Make a bow (or use a premade one), and using quilter pins and hot glue, adhere it to the wreath between the balls and shamrocks.
• Cut down the sparkly fill leaves and insert a few behind the balls. You are trying to hide any holes, as well as give some texture and the appearance of flow (outward). Use quilter pins + hot glue to secure in place.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Hot glue “gold coins” to the shamrocks and/or wreath and/or bulbs.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Give the wreath a slight shake to make sure everything is well secured.

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


• Display door décor as you like!

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath. Dress up your front door for St Patty's day with this easy to make St. Patrick's Day wreath door decoration. This is a fast, inexpensive wreath decoration that just might bring a bit of the luck o' the Irish your way.


Yield: 1 wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath

St. Patrick's Day Luck o' the Irish Wreath
Find your pot o' gold on this charming St. Patrick's Day door décor wreath! This wreath is meant to be abundant, but not complete around the straw wreath. You, of course, can do what you like. If you do not want any exposed straw, I'd suggest making the balls come up both sides of the wreath (duplicating each side), and then placing the shamrocks and coins at the top.
Active Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Difficulty easy
Estimated Cost 10.00

Materials

  • 14" Straw Wreath
  • 12 Bulbs, assorted size, and color
  • Gold Coins
  • Felt Shamrocks
  • Ribbon for Wreath Wrap
  • Ribbon for Bow (or buy a premade bow)
  • Quilter T-Pins
  • Assorted Glitter Fill (leaves were used)

Tools

  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue
  • Glue Gun
  • Wire Cutters

Instructions

• Unwrap the straw wreath and shake for loose straw. This is best done outside so as to keep your house and work area clean.

• Wrap the wreath with green ribbon (a narrow ribbon was used). Hot glue the ribbon in place on the wreath.

• Layer the baubles (balls):

• Insert a quilting pin into the hanger portion of your bulb (at the top of the ornament cap).

• Insert the pin into the straw wreath, then, dab a dot of hot glue under the ball to more firmly affix it in place.

• Note: the pin is going to anchor across the ball wire hanger and you want to push that quiting pin in sideways to hide the ornament cap (hanger and pin) in the wreath and away from the exterior of the finished wreath product.

• Proceed to attach more bulbs in the same manner. Pay attention to size, texture, and holes. If you want to place some smaller bulbs on top of the larger wreath-adhered bulbs, you can hot glue them to the existing bulbs, and hide those holes. 12 bulbs were used in total on this wreath. You can use more or less according to your personal taste and preferences.

• Once you are finished with your bulbs, take a step back and make certain they are as complete as you would like, and firmly adhered to the wreath.

• Hot glue felt shamrocks to the other side of the wreath. Insert a quilter pin to hold in place.

• Place another set of shamrocks on top of the first set to hide the quilter pins. Hot glue in place.

• Note: 7 shamrocks, two different colors, two different textures (4,3) were used in this configuration. You can use the same or different shamrocks according to your personal preference and taste.

• Make a bow (or use a premade one), and using quilter pins and hot glue, adhere it to the wreath between the balls and shamrocks.

• Cut down the sparkly fill leaves and insert a few behind the balls. You are trying to hide any holes, as well as give some texture and the appearance of flow (outward). Use quilter pins + hot glue to secure in place.

• Hot glue "gold coins" to the shamrocks and/or wreath and/or bulbs.

• Give the wreath a slight shake to make sure everything is well secured.

• Display door décor as you like!

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If you would like more door décor nd wreath ideas, check out these crafts:

St. Patrick’s Day Door Hanger DIY – Make your own St. Patty’s Day door décor! This leprechaun inspired, easy DIY tutorial comes together quickly when you follow these step by step craft instructions. This St. Patrick’s Day Door Hanger DIY project is simply adorable!

Sunflower Knot Wreath – This DIY tutorial on how to make a sunflower knot wreath has easy to follow, step-by-step instructions. An hour or so of your time results in this lovely sunflower knot wreath, perfect for your front door!

Easy Unicorn Wreath DIY – This simple to make sparkly unicorn rag wreath is an adorable and whimsical take on a unicorn wreath. From the multicolored mane, sparkly white coat, and fanciful ears and cone, this delightful unicorn wreath is a playful take on the great mythical creature.


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Southern Tomato Pie Recipe

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs, and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs, and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe

This southern tomato pie is egg-free but the filling is simply delicious.


It is a terrific dish when your garden tomatoes are in season, or when you have a few extras that you purchased in the supermarket. The notes on this recipe are important, so please read them!

Southern Tomato Pie Notes:

• You can either use a store bought pie crust, or make your own pie crust. This recipe uses a store-bought pie crust. If you prefer to make your own pie crust versus ready-made, try this pie crust recipe. It is a bit sweet which is a nice contrast.

• You can use: green tomatoes for this recipe, red tomatoes, yellow tomatoes, orange tomatoes – a combination not only give this southern tomato pie different flavors but, it also makes a visual impact. However, there is no reason you cannot use all one type and color tomato.

• It is extremely important your tomatoes are fully dried by the paper towels. I cannot stress enough how important it is to fully dry out the tomatoes.

• After the first bake (10-15 minutes) the crust doesn’t need to be golden but should look cooked, with no raw spots.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


Southern Tomato Pie Recipe Ingredients:

• 5 large Tomatoes, sliced thinly
• 1 tsp Sea Salt
• 1 prepared Pie Crust
• ¼ cup fresh Basil
• 2 small Shallots
• 1 Garlic Clove
• 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
• 1 cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
• ¼ tsp Ground Black Pepper
• ¾ cup Mayonnaise

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe Mise en Place:

• Pie Plate (use a deep dish one)
• Spatula
Measuring Spoons
Measuring Cup
• Two Bowls
• Fork
• Knife
• Cutting Board

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


Southern Tomato Pie Recipe Directions:

• Preheat oven to 375°F.
• Thinly slice 5 large tomatoes.
• Place a couple layers of paper towels on a cutting board or work surface. Lay sliced tomatoes on the paper towels, sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of sea salt, and let sit for 15 minutes. Pat tomatoes dry and set aside. (It is extrememly important your tomatoes are fully dried by the paper towels.)

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Press pie crust into a pie pan. Use a fork to crimp edges of dough and poke holes in the bottom. Bake for 10-15 minutes in the preheated 375° oven until the crust looks cooked with no raw spots.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Chop fresh Basil until you have ¼ cup.
• Chop 2 Shallots.
• Mince 1 clove of garlic
• Combine chopped basil, chopped shallots, and minced garlic in a medium bowl and toss.
• In a different bowl, 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese,1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, ¼ teaspoon of black pepper, and ¾ cup mayonnaise; stir well to combine.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Lay half of the tomatoes in the prepared pie crust and top with half of the basil mixture. Lay down the rest of the tomatoes, and top with the basil.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Top with cheese mixture, spread evenly. (Note: you can add a few tomato slices to the top for color!)

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Reduce heat to 350°F and bake the pie for 30 minutes.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Serve hot.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


• Refrigerate all leftovers.

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe. This southern tomato pie is simply outstanding! It is so easy to make when you follow this tomato pie recipe. Made with fresh tomatoes, shallots, herbs and a tasty cheese combination, this fabulous savory tomato pie is a wonderful lunch or dinner entrée, or a hearty side dish.


Yield: 1 Tomato Pie

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe

Southern Tomato Pie Recipe
It is a terrific dish when your garden tomatoes are in season, or when you have a few extras that you purchased in the super market. The notes on this recipe are important, so please read them!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 1 hour

Ingredients

  • 5 large Tomatoes, sliced thinly
  • 1 tsp Sea Salt
  • 1 prepared Pie Crust
  • ¼ cup fresh Basil
  • 2 small Shallots
  • 1 Garlic Clove
  • 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
  • ¼ tsp Ground Black Pepper
  • ¾ cup Mayonnaise

Instructions

• Preheat oven to 375°F.

• Thinly slice 5 large tomatoes.

• Place a couple layers of paper towels on a cutting board or work surface. Lay sliced tomatoes on the paper towels, sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of sea salt, and let sit for 15 minutes. Pat tomatoes dry and set aside. (It is extrememly important your tomatoes are fully dried by the paper towels.)

• Press pie crust into a pie pan. Use a fork to crimp edges of dough and poke holes in the bottom. Bake for 10-15 minutes in the preheated 375° oven until the crust looks cooked with no raw spots.

• Chop fresh Basil until you have ¼ cup.

• Chop 2 Shallots.

• Mince 1 clove of garlic

• Combine chopped basil, chopped shallots, and minced garlic in a medium bowl and toss.

• In a different bowl, 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese,1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, ¼ teaspoon of black pepper, and ¾ cup mayonnaise; stir well to combine.

• Lay half of the tomatoes in the prepared pie crust and top with half of the basil mixture. Lay down the rest of the tomatoes, and top with the basil.

• Top with cheese mixture, spread evenly.

• Reduce heat to 350°F and bake the pie for 30 minutes.

• Serve hot.

• Refrigerate all leftovers.

Notes

• It is extremely important your tomatoes are fully dried by the paper towels. I cannot stress enough how important it is to fully dry out the tomatoes.

• After the first bake (the 10-15 minutes) the crust doesn't need to be golden but should look cooked, with no raw spots.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1 slice

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 476 Total Fat: 37g Saturated Fat: 11g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 24g Cholesterol: 40mg Sodium: 912mg Carbohydrates: 25g Fiber: 3g Sugar: 7g Protein: 11g

If you enjoy savory pie recipes you might also want to try these:

Sausage Breakfast Pie Recipe – While I called it a “breakfast pie” the truth is this yummy sausage breakfast pie recipe is a really great meal for breakfast, brunch or dinner! This breakfast pie recipe freezes fabulously so makes for a great freezer casserole meal.

• When you want to use up your holiday leftovers, there is nothing better than this Turkey Shepherd’s Pie to accomplish that goal. Mashed potatoes, vegetables, turkey, and gravy – they are all combined to make the perfect turkey leftovers recipe that the whole family will love!

Cheese Grits Pie Recipe – Easy-peasy cheesy grits… in a pie! Try this tasty and unique cheese grits pie for breakfast or as a dinner side dish. Totally delicious.


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5 Minute Craft: Valentine’s Day Heart Magnet

5 Minute Craft: Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine’s Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine’s Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!

5 Minute Craft: Valentine’s Day Heart Magnet

I have a bunch of these easy 5 minute crafts coming in 2019. They are super-duper cute and very easy to make. My niece came up with this idea after spotting these sweet little magnetic containers at Bed, Bath and Beyond. So, we made one. We were both thrilled with how it came out (it is a Christmas one), but the cost of the magnetic container was $5.99 (well, $4.80 after the 20% off coupon EVERYONE uses when they shop BB&B), and so even though that first magnet was simple and cute, we were undecided if we wanted to do more.

Then guess what happened!? She found them at the dollar store! A buck!! A buck!! This whole entire craft now cost $2 to make, and was done in 5 minutes. #winner

So get thee to your local dollar store and stock up on these magnetic containers because I’ve got a number of these little crafts coming… one for every season and a buncha holidays. They really are adorable.

Funny story (you know it is funny because I am priming you to believe it is funny) – my great-grandniece LOVES magnets. And I mean loves, love, LOVES magnets. My brother (it is his granddaughter) has tons of magnets on the side of his refrigerator and stove just so she can yank them down, and then put them back up (hey, she’s two – this is what two-year-olds do).

When she was over for Christmas, the array of these magnets I made with my niece were on the side of our fridge because I had not yet photographed them, but needed to “store” them somewhere safe.

Ut oh, I forgot about her propensity to whip magnets off the fridge… I was sure we’d be remaking them for final photos when I saw her in the hall next to the refrigerator.

Well, she pulled off and put back every other magnet she could reach on the side of that fridge (Hubby, regardless of what I say, keeps all sorts of stuff magnetized there) but didn’t touch these! Apparently, they were too pretty. The little sparkly and snowy bits inside were intriguing enough to look at, but not pull off the side of the fridge.

*sigh* Can you tell I want grandchildren? That Sonny-boy…

Places where you can buy the jot containers online if you can’t find them in your local dollar store:

Dollar Tree (bulk only)

Amazon

• These are a little different at the container store

5 Minute Craft Valentine’s Day Heart Magnet Notes:

• For the back,ground we used scrapbook paper. You could easily use a child’s photograph as the background and then give this to grandma and/or grandpa for Valentine’s Day or Sweetest Day.

• Some of the glitter may come off the outside of your container with handling.

• Definitely hot glue the container closed if little hands will be playing with these (or your kitchen will look like a glitter bomb went off when that small child opens this).

• You could probably use goop on this but remember to let it dry completely before moving on to the next step.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


5 Minute Craft: Valentine’s Day Heart Magnet Materials:

• 1 Magnetic Container (we used a Jot)
• 1 Sheet Heart Scrapbooking Paper
• Pencil
Scissors
Glue Gun
• Glue Sticks
• Filler (sparkly hearts, red glitter, faux snow, etc)

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


5 Minute Craft: Valentine’s Day Heart Magnet Directions:

• Trace an outline of the back of your magnetic tin onto your scrapbook paper.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Cut out the circle.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Insert the circle of scrapbook paper into the magnetic tin to make sure it fits. Make any adjustments necessary.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Hot glue the back of the circle of scrapbook paper, and then press the hot glue side down into the open magnetic container.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Add some filler – this is faux snowballs and red glitter.
• Hot glue top of the container to the bottom of the container (this is optional, but if you have small children handling these, do it!)

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Place a quantity of red glitter (hearts, whatever you like) onto a plate.
• Hot glue the rim of the exterior of the magnetic container and then immediately dip it into the red glitter on the plate.

5 Minute Craft Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Wipe away the glitter may be stuck to the front of the magnetic tin.

5 Minute Craft: Valentine's Day Heart Magnet. Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet. Perfect for Sweetest Day, Valentine's Day, or a bridal shower this sweet little craft is so simple to make, nearly anyone can do it!


• Cut out a few hearts from your heart scrapbooking paper and attach them to the front of your container with hot glue for more embellishments.

Yield: 1

5 Minute Craft: Valentine's Day Heart Magnet

5 Minute Craft: Valentine's Day Heart Magnet
Like easy crafts? This one is a real winner! In only 5 minutes you can create this fun Valentine's Day heart magnet.
Active Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Difficulty easy

Materials

  • 1 Magnetic Container (we used a Jot)
  • 1 Sheet Heart Scrapbooking Paper
  • Filler (sparkly hearts, red glitter, faux snow, etc)

Tools

  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue
  • Glue Gun

Instructions

  1. Trace an outline of the back of your magnetic tin onto your scrapbook paper.
  2. Cut out the circle.
  3. Insert the circle of scrapbook paper into the magnetic tin to make sure it fits. Make any adjustments necessary.
  4. Hot glue the back of the circle of scrapbook paper, and then press the hot glue side down into the open magnetic container.
  5. Add some filler - this is faux snowballs and red glitter.
  6. Hot glue top of container to the bottom of the container (this is optional, but if you have small children handling these, do it!)
  7. Place a quantity of red glitter (hearts, whatever you like) onto a plate.
  8. Hot glue the rim of the exterior of the magnetic container and then immediately dip it into the red glitter on the plate.
  9. Wipe away the glitter may be stuck to the front of the magnetic tin.
  10. Cut out a few hearts from your heart scrapbooking paper and attach them to the front of your container with hot glue for more embellishments.

For more easy Valentine’s Day crafts:

Dollar Store Craft: Heart Wreath – This simple to make heart wreath is made using dollar store finds. It comes together in under 15 minutes, and it a wonderful, inexpensive heart décor. Perfect for Valentine’s Day, Sweetest Day, or any occasion where heart décor is wanted.

Love Bug Wineglass DIY – Make your own adorable Love Bug Wineglass. This easy step by step tutorial will show you how to easily make a wine glass love bug which is perfect for a centerpiece, mantel decor or table decorations this Valentine’s Day, or for a wonderful spring or summer craft! If you are looking for an adorable craft project, this is it!

Love Monster Wineglass DIY – Make your own adorable Love Monster Wineglass. This easy step by step tutorial will show you how to easily make a cute and charming wineglass monster which is perfect for a centerpiece, mantel decor or table decorations on Valentine’s Day or Halloween!


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