The bookmark was easy enough to do. Cut out two felt hearts, sew the bottom parts together. Easy. Even I could do it. For the template, check out Simple Serendipities or you could just drawn your own heart if you aren't lacking in artistic abilities like I am. She has a little picture on how to do the lazy daisy embroidery as well that is worth checking out if you're new to embroidery like I am.
This embroidered version was for my Valentine. I figured that Carol-Anne would know it was handmade with that lop-sided daisy. :) I used the embroidery floss to stitch the two hearts together as well, and did it by hand to give it some contrast and texture.
I also tried a couple of bling versions. For these two I used the sewing machine and a plain red thread. For the glue, I used Gorilla glue.
I got a little sloppy with the glue on this heart. See if you can spot where.
I imagine there are a hundred ways you could embellish your bookmark hearts and they really take no time at all to do. Just in time for Valentine's Day.
Here is where I'm partying:
Share the Love Valentine LInk Party (Happy Hour Projects)
Make It Great Monday (Etcetorize)
More The Merrier (DIY Home Sweet Home)
Make The Scene Monday (Alderberry Hill)
Thriving on Thursdays (Domesblissity)
It's A Party (A Creative Princess)
Super Sweet Thursday Par-tay (Fabulously Flawed)
Taking Timeout Thursday (Mom on Timeout)
Blog Stalking (The Crafty Blogstalker)
Freestyle Friday (Happy Hour Projects)
Shine on Fridays (One Artsy Mama)
Link Greet Party (Country Momma Cooks)