A Simple Little Heart Recycle

Preparations coming up to Christmas and having family here over Christmas doesn't leave a lot of time to declutter or tackle any jobs I might have on my list but even getting a little thing done is helpful.

As I was sorting out some of the many things that had accumulated around my desk (which I have been gradually working on for ages) I came across two hearts.

They were from our niece Joanne's Wedding over 2 years ago and had been our place names at the wedding reception.

I like black and white and was sure that I could find some way of using them on a project so had kept them, but up to now I had not thought of how to use them.

Then now after two years I see them and suddenly have an idea.

If you have read previous blog posts of mine about my study and about things I love then you will know that I really do love hearts and have quite a few hearts around the study and the house.

In fact on the bathroom door and the back toilet door I have hearts to show what the room is

I had got these on ebay and loved them so I also later contacted the lady selling them to see if she had ones with study and office on them but she didn't.

Well I know that these hearts are not the same but I just thought I would use them anyway and all I needed was some blu tac and a pair of scissors.

I snipped off the long parts of the black ribbon just leaving the little bows on each heart, then stuck them to the doors with some blu tac.

I didn't add the words study or office because I would not be able to match the special calligraphy already on them but the names would do just fine as the study is mine and the office is Fred's.

Heart to Heart - table to door - a simple recycle.

How simple a recycle was that?

Can you find something that could be as simple a project as this?

Well now to look at the final results of work for this.

Very easy and took little time and of course I like the end result so more like FUNWORK than HOUSEWORK


  1. Way to go Sandra! I'm so proud of you and I bet your home is feeling much less cluttered after all your hard work.

  2. Hey Sandra,

    Wow! You've been busy decluttering! It feels good to get rid of the junk, doesn't it!

    And, I love those hearts! My baby was born on Valentines, and I've really loved hearts more since then!

    Found your post today on Wise Woman.
    Hope you have a blessed day~

  3. These hearts are so cute! I love them! Thanks so much for sharing at Inspiration Thursday Sandra. I really enjoy partying with you every week.

  4. Oh my God I cannot keep up with those numbers! Great idea with the hearts though! As always your blog is so homey!

  5. Nice work decluttering! Love the upcycle! :)

  6. I love what you did with those hearts and way to go with getting rid of all that stuff! Thanks for joining us at Friday Frivolity and hope to see you again this week.

  7. Beautiful! I wish I can find the time to declutter my office and home soon. It's becoming embarrassing!

  8. Super cute! Thanks for sharing on To Grandma's House We Go!

  9. They are perfect!

  10. That's awesome. Way to be creative