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String Words Wall-Hanging DIY

“Love is in the air” literally – when you hang this cursive banner. Let someone know you love them! Using different shades of pinks and reds adds a Valentine’s flair, but you can use any colors you’d like. Wouldn’t “you are my sunshine” in golden and pale yellow yarns be so sweet in a newborn’s nursery? If you have extra sting, make additional words to decorate valentine gifts. Or write the recipient’s name for an amazing name tag! The words are easy to affix to a package with glue or washi tape. PS – How perfect would this banner look paired with this?

String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day!String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day!String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day!

Materials: yarn, glue, wax paper, scissors3/8″ wooden dowel (22-24 inches length), string

Step 1: Cut a length of yarn at least 2 – 3 feet (better to have extra than not enough).
Step 2: Saturate the string in a bowl of glue.
Step 3: Run the glue-y string through your fingers, to get rid of excess glue.
Step 4: Lay out the yarn, spelling the word you want in script, on the wax paper. You may need to do a rough version first, wash your hands, then go back and make little tweaks to shape the letters to your liking.
Step 5: Let dry overnight.
Step 6: Cut off any excess bits of glue. Attach letters to string every few inches, and hang from dowel. Attach approx. 4 feet of yarn to each end of the dowel and hang.

String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day!String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day! String Words Wall-Hanging DIY | Oh Happy Day!

Photography by Tim Gibson

  1. Carrie

    January 27, 2015

    Wow! How cute!

    Carrie
    http://www.wearwherewell.com

  2. Heather

    January 27, 2015

    SO CUTE! Love this idea.

  3. S Lauren | Modern Granola

    January 27, 2015

    How adorable! I love this idea for parties and for a more permanent decoration. So fun!

  4. Hannah

    January 27, 2015

    What a sweet idea! You could also make lyrics to decorate a wedding top table! So many possibilities x

  5. Stephanie

    January 27, 2015

    Super cute! I love that the possibilities are endless with this one!

  6. ANNE {Anne's Scribbles and Doodles}

    January 27, 2015

    Cute idea! This would be perfect for any party as it’s so easy to change up the words!

  7. Ceciel - Creative lifestyle blogger

    January 27, 2015

    I also made this letters! But I did it differently. I first made a pendulum punnik doll and carrier wire through there then. Same effect, but yours is a lot simpler! Really nice and nicely done!

  8. Monique | WritingMonique

    January 28, 2015

    Cute idea! Adorable as Valentine decoration!

  9. Noushin

    January 28, 2015

    Sooo beautiful and nicely done as always! :)

  10. Natalie

    January 29, 2015

    This looks amazing! I definitely need to give this a go!

  11. steven

    February 2, 2015

    I love the woodgrain vases! Where did you get them?

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