Stuffed Heart Plant Picks for Valentine's Day

Sometimes one project just naturally leads to another, so if you are ready for some cute recycled heart projects... I've got you! 

stuffed heart plant picks in a vase

Recently I wrote a post using a recycled sweater to make candle covers

lighted sweater candles

Then I used the leftover sweater fabric to make the cutest little heart bowl fillers. 

sweater heart bowl fillers

Well, that leftover recycled sweater fabric and some other scrap supplies lead to this one! 

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I used a cardboard pattern to cut out hearts from a number of different fabrics. 

lace and burlap supplies for hearts

Burlap, lace, drop cloth, sweater, and doilies were used for my hearts. 

lace and a lace heart

I cut out 2 from each fabric and hot glued them together starting at the top of the heart. 

stuffing a heart with pillow fill and a stick

I stuffed the heart with a small amount of pillow stuffing and added a wooden skewer to the bottom. 

sweater heart with a stick

Each of the hearts I embellished with either another small fabric heart or a little bling. 

Some of the stuffed picks were small round doilies embellished with sweater hearts. 

doilie and sweater heart

I tied jute and lace bows on the bottom of some of the hearts. 

lace heart with a stick

The wooden sticks on these hearts make them perfect for adding to flower bouquets or plants. 

black vase with plant and stuffed heart

black vase with stuffed hearts on sticks

They make the perfect little Valentine's Day gift. 

burlap and doilie stuffed hearts in a vase

black vase with plant and hearts

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .