Coordinating cotton fabric
Heat 'n Bond
String or Ribbon
Hot glue gun
First I drew out a pattern on paper for the burlap triangles. I cut around the pattern to make 8 triangles. In the past I've used mod podge to seal the edges, but I only had 30 minutes so I opted to skip that step. Next I ironed on some heat and bond to the fabric. Then I ran it through the silhouette to cut out the hearts.
Then I simply ironed the hearts onto the burlap.
After all the hearts were applied to the burlap, I laid them face down on a table and hot glued jute string to the back. And that's it. Seriously, how easy is that?
I love it. And the best part is I can enjoy it all spring long...maybe even all summer =)