Ah, the hearts! They are the universal symbol of love and good things. For this reason they can and should be present in the decoration of houses and parties, with the aim of transmitting this pure and loving energy. And a very current way of doing this is by using heart curtains.
You have probably seen incredible ideas for heart curtains out there. And this popularity is not for nothing, after all they are so simple to do that they require nothing more than paper, threads and… creativity!
Once ready, the heart curtains can be used to decorate the wedding and engagement party, leaving that atmosphere of love in the air, or else to decorate birthday parties, whether adult or child, bringing to the celebration the desire for good things the birthday boy.
The heart curtains most commonly seen around are made of paper, but you can also choose other materials such as felt or EVA. They all guarantee a beautiful effect.
Despite not having much secrecy, it is always good to follow an illustrative step by step to ensure that your heart curtain comes out as expected, isn't it?
So we separated a simplified step by step and some tutorial videos teaching how to make a heart curtain – out of paper and other materials as well. We will see?
How to make a heart curtain – Step by step
The walkthrough below will teach you how to make a paper heart curtain. The advantage of this material is the wide variety of colors and prints available, in addition to being cheap and easy to handle. Let's start? Separate the necessary materials and get to work:
- Heart mold (you can easily find it on the internet, choose the one of the most suitable size for your proposal)
- Scotch tape
- Nylon wire
- Satin ribbon
- Cardboard in the desired color
Step by step to make heart curtain
- With the mold and the pencil go scratching the hearts on the cardboard sheets;
- Then cut out all the hearts;
- Cut the nylon threads according to the size you want to give the curtain;
- Glue the hearts to the nylon thread using the adhesive tape;
- Finally, tie the nylon threads with the hearts already glued to the satin ribbon;
Heart curtain ideas and suggestions
Now that you know the simple step by step of how to make a heart curtain, follow in the videos below some variations of this original proposal and the tutorial for each one. Check out:
3D heart curtain
The suggestion here is to slightly modify the initial idea of the heart curtain and propose a 3D version. It is worth checking the step by step:
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Felt heart curtain
Another option to create your heart curtain is using felt. It takes a little more work, but the end result is just as charming. Check out the video and learn with the step by step:
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After learning how to make heart curtains out of paper, in 3D and with felt the time has come to have many inspirations to put this knowledge into practice. That's why we invite you to follow the selection of images below and fall in love with the decorations created with the heart curtain. Come and see:
Picture 1 – 3D heart curtain in pink: romantic and delicate.
Image 2 – Here, the heart curtain was used for the decoration of the house; notice that the colored hearts are next to the wooden blind.
Image 3 – The curtain of white hearts brings the bride and groom's initials attached to it.
Image 4 – Two sizes and two colors.
Picture 5 – Different and charming: curtain of crochet hearts, flowers and seeds.
Image 6 – Curtain made of patterned red hearts filled with acrylic blanket.
Image 7 – Felt ones are cute and have the advantage of lasting longer.
Picture 8 – Crochet, beads and woolen thread: make your curtain using the technique that you know best.
Picture 9 – Many hearts, but many indeed!
Image 10 – Up and down; among them, a red heart to highlight.
Image 11 – At the head of the room the heart curtain is a treat.
Image 12 – The children's party also fell on the wave of the heart curtain and bet on colorful models to match the rainbow theme.
Image 13 – Use pieces of paper and compose your curtain with what you already have at home.
Image 14 – Covering the entire wall, this curtain of hearts fits perfectly with the Provencal proposal of decor.
Image 15 – Another option is to sew the felt hearts directly on the curtain thread.
Image 16 – A curtain of hearts made with newspaper: beautiful and unusual.
Image 17 – A game with hearts in the home room.
Picture 18 – Pieces of cardboard and there is an original curtain of red hearts.
Image 19 – The world lives in these little hearts.
Picture 20 – Reds, whites and the diffuse light that passes through the curtain creates this incredible effect that you are seeing.
Picture 21 – Of income! Just be creative and assemble your curtain with that material that you like so much.
Picture 22 – Do you know that gift wrapping tape? It can also be used to make a heart curtain.
Image 23 – Here, the idea was to leave the hearts empty.
Image 24 – Gradient to fill the eyes.
Picture 25 – Curtain of 3D hearts: no matter which side you look at, you will always have a perfect heart looking at you too.
Image 26 – To finish the heart curtain, a round pendant also made of felt.
Image 27 – Metallic and shiny.
Image 28 – The color of the party in the heart curtain.
Image 29 – A tip is to use the heart curtain in an intimate celebration, such as Valentine's Day or wedding anniversary.
Image 30 – United one by one.
Image 31 – Around the stairway.
Image 32 – White hearts and black circles.
Image 33 – In shades of blue and gold.
Image 34 – Dividing the environments of the house.
Image 35 – Yellow outside, gray inside and printed.
Image 36 – 3D heart curtain with the face of our Brazil.
Image 37 – Books, magazines or newspapers: they all serve as inspiration for the heart curtain.
Image 38 – Do not forget to make the most of the support for the heart curtain.
Image 39 – Blend soft tones with more striking colors, like the gold in this image.
Image 40 – From orange to red: a heart curtain that fits anywhere.
Image 41 – Here, the heart curtain is literally a curtain, all made of fabric.
Image 42 – Colorful and printed, but without losing delicacy.
Image 43 – Attention to the place where you will place the heart curtain: prefer a space without much visual information to not take away the beauty of the curtain.
Image 44 – Make your heart curtain shine using glitter.
Image 45 – The upper border of the curtain can be used to write the name of the bride or groom or the birthday boy.
Image 46 – Purple hearts.
Image 47 – The higher the curtain is, the more beautiful it becomes.
Image 48 – In the 3D heart curtain you define how many parts the heart will have.
Picture 49 – The floral print gives that extra touch of romanticism to the heart curtain.
Image 50 – The felt hearts curtain has gained a rustic support.
Image 51 – One heart within the other.
Image 52 – Circles with heart in the middle: did you see how you can vary the shape of the curtain?
Image 53 – Remember to make the front and back of hearts the same.
Picture 54 – It has stripes, it has flowers, it has birds … you can have whatever you want.
Image 55 – Three layers of paper for the heart curtain: one of newspaper, another of printed paper and, finally, the layer of kraft paper.
Image 56 – White hearts: can it be simpler and more elegant than that ?.
Image 57 – Don't you want to use thread for the heart curtain? How about using rings then ?.
Image 58 – Polka dot heart trapped by sisal thread.
Image 59 – Heart need not always be red, it can be green too.