This is possibly the easiest and cutest Valentine's style and craft idea. EVER.
I was making paper hearts with my son last week when I put one through the button of my blouse and it just looked so darn cute. It was genius! Sadly, my sister said she had seen it somewhere, but I'm choosing to ignore her.
All you need is felt, scissors and a few items from your wardrobe with buttons. Cut out a few hearts of different colors (I made purple, pink and red ones) then fold in half and cut a slit to slide over buttons.
I got way too overexcited and "loved up" more than a few of my favorite wardrobe essentials with these cute little hearts.
Here's a selection from my heart felt collection
I started with a blouse, then I remembered this lovely dress that has buttons down the back.
I just loved the idea of little hearts adorning it!
Cute, flirty and perfect for a Valentine's Day party, happy hour or simply just because.
I *heart* blazers, I have them in all colors.
Here is one simple larger red heart to spice up a darker look.
Purple hearts on a chunky cardigan. Very subtle and flirty.
No need to do all the buttons otherwise it gets too crowded.
Again, just a little touch of love on this simple mac.
Instead of the front, I added the heart to the middle button of the belt holder on the back.
So what do you think about that? Easy, fun and cute! And kids will love it too. Just add one or two to their coats or shirts on that special day to really get them in the Valentine's Day spirit.
We have no major plans for the 14th, but still want to dress up on the day and NO JEANS allowed.
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What I'm wearing:
Flowered dress from Debenhams London
Red belt: Primark
Striped dress: Uniqlo
Blazer: Coldwater Creek
Mac: Marks & Spencer
Chunky cardigan: Primark
Patent Brogues: Me too from DSW