Creating farmhouse decor for your home or nursery doesn’t have to be complicated.  See how I made the easiest DIY wood bead hearts to use as an accent in our farmhouse nursery.

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Good morning, friends!

I’m so sorry – I’ve completely forgotten about my little simple farmhouse decor series!  If you don’t remember, I had been sharing a simple farmhouse style DIY the first Sunday of every month.  I missed the last two months, but, it’s one of my favorite ideas to scheme up so I want to keep at it!

Here are some of the projects I’ve completed in the past for the simple farmhouse decor series.  The last post I did for simple farmhouse decor in November was the pretty wood bead garland!  Between that, the wood bead heart projects I’m sharing today and the wood bead chandelier I’m working on, I guess you could say I have a wood bead obsession going on!

Pretty much every project I’ve been working on revolves around the farmhouse nursery we are making for our little girl due in April.  And these wood bead hearts are no exception.

If you remember from the farmhouse nursery design plan post, I had spotted some cute wood bead hearts that I LOVED for her nursery.  But, they were a bit too pricey.  I knew I could DIY something similar for almost free.

You guys, this tutorial is really as easy as stringing beads onto wire.  Seriously.

But, I shared what wire I used (after trial and error) and which is best to get the heart to stay in a “heart” shape.

I still haven’t quite figured out how these little hearts are going to hang on the wall, or where they’re going to hang.  But, I know they will add some simple farmhouse style to her nursery.

Hop over to Kenarry to see the full tutorial!

If you want to see more of what we’ve done in the farmhouse nursery, check out last week’s update!

Wishing you a joyful day!

5 Comments

  1. Babychaser

    What a pretty little detail for February! 🙂 Thanks for sharing it. 🙂

    Blessings,
    Babychaser
    mamasbrush.wordpress.com

    Reply
  2. the cape on the corner

    i really love the look of this, it’s so sweet.
    b

    Reply
  3. Emily

    Love this idea! And the added flowers are a sweet touch. Thanks for linking up with our Merry Monday party!

    Reply

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