There are people who are incredibly awesome at DIY projects.
I am not one of those people.
Not because I’m not awesome. Not because I’m not creative and crafty.
Mostly because I hate trying.
I hate instructions and recipes and directions.
But I don’t mind being redundant when it emphasizes my point. Clearly.
(“Clearly.” is my word of the moment. And it is always said with a period, never an exclamation mark or ellipsis, because the best sarcasm is always to the point.)
You’re welcome for that completely irrelevant and useless piece of personal information.
Sure, I could be creative and make up my own DIYs, and maybe someday I will, when I make it a priority. Until then I will just drool over every single thing that Lidy makes. Now you can really thank me because, #awesomefordays.
Now on to this DIY valentine garland that I made up with items from the dollar store, including straws, even though I would have strongly preferred NOT to include straws. It was “Drinking Straws Day”, though, so I didn’t really have a choice. Drinking straws are sort of bossy, in case you didn’t know.
I taught them a lesson, though. Taught them into a bunch of little pieces.
Watch and be amazed.
Try not to sprain your finger in your haste to pin this!
Seriously, though, you can get a nice-sized bag of those glittery hearts from Dollar Tree. For $1 obviously. And either use the twine by itself to string them (because it’s thick enough and the hearts are stiff enough, that they will easily stay in place) or alternatively use white string.
It’s kind of so easy it’s ridiculous.
That’s my kind of easy.
As an after-thought, linking up here: