Adorable Valentine's Love Hoop Art

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Target One Spot Valentine's Day GoodiesHave you seen all of the seriously amazing American Crafts goodies that are available for Valentine’s Day in the Target One Spot yet!? I’m dying of cuteness. Target always has great stuff in the “dollar section,” but this time they’ve outdone themselves! There are over 40 products including washi tape, chalkboard accents, paper straws, stickers, glitter paper, rubber stamps and much more, and they’re all only $1-3! Fair warning though: these are limited time items, and they’re flying off the shelves, so rush to Target ASAP if you really want to get your hands on them!

I fell in love with all of these adorable supplies the minute I laid my eyes on them, and I knew that I wanted to use some of the vintage-vibe pieces to create decorative Valentine’s Day hoop art.

Making Valentine's Day Hoop ArtI filled an 8″ hoop with a piece of vintage sheet fabric and chose my favorite stickers and sweet mini burlap bows for embellishments.

Edging Hoop Art with Washi TapeWashi tape edging gives a fun surprise and pop of color to the hoop when you look at it from the side angle.

Back Side of Valentine's Day Hoop ArtAfter edging the hoop, I trimmed the excess fabric and wrapped the remainder of the washi tape over the back edge to secure everything in place.

Valentine's Day Hoop Art MakingTo create the rope for my love banner embellishment, I hot glued a short length of black & white baker’s twine to both edges of the hoop.

target one spot valentines day stickersI wanted to use the “love” banner stickers as an embellishment, but I wanted them to stand out and have a little more pizzazz, so I backed them with red glitter paper.

Making Valentine's Day Hoop Art with Target One Spot ItemsEach flag is secured to the hoop fabric with a tiny dab of hot glue.

Cute Love Banner Hoop Art for Valentine's DayI added a raised 3-D heart sticker to the heart flag, and topped each flag with those adorable mini bows. I contemplated stopping and leaving the hoop as-is at this point, but I decided that I wasn’t a huge fan of the raw wood hoop face. It just felt like it was missing something.

Adorable Valentine's Day Love Hoop ArtI whipped up a quick batch of coral colored mess-free glitter to match the flags, covered the hoop with a thick layer of sparkle, and added a glittery polka dot to the center of each bow.

Love Hoop Art for Valentine's DayI think it totally gives the hoop the little extra something that I was looking for!

Valentine's Day Decorative Hoop Art

Valentine's Day Hoop Art with Target One Spot ItemsIt looks perfect up on my Valentine’s Day mantel next to the heart cards garland.

valentines diy hoop art made from items at TargetDon’t forget to head over to Target if you want to pick up any of the awesome American Crafts supplies that I used for this project!

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  1. This is adorable. It would be so easy to change it up for any holiday. Thanks for sharing your post at the This Is How We Roll Thursday link party.

  2. Oh wow this looks gorgeous. The material looks so pretty. Great idea, thanks for sharing.

    Over from SITS.

    1. Very adorable thanks for sharing.
      Linda Bauwin – Your CARD-iologist
      Helping you create cards from the heart.

  3. This is the cutest thing ever! When I first saw it I thought it was sewn… looks that good! Well Done!

  4. Pinning this! I love hoop art–what a great idea to use washi tape on the edge of the hoop to give it a little pop of color. Love that!

  5. This is so so absolutely adorable! I seriously can’t get enough of it! It is fun, festive, and gorgeous! Thank you for sharing. PINNED!

  6. So pretty! I love the fabric and how you used it with this beautiful hoop art! I’ll have to look for this next time I’m at Target!

  7. This is just too cute!! I love fun fabric hoops and what a creative way to put my Target dollar section hoarding…I mean collecting to good use! 🙂