Learn how to tie a Celtic heart knot to be used in a Celtic Heart Knot Garland for decor, gift-wrapping, or a fun kid’s craft. We’ve made our Celtic heart knots from Paracord, an inexpensive item available in so many colors!
Celtic Heart Knot Garland
If you need a quick bunting, kid’s necklace, or package decoration, we have a ridiculously quick craft in store for you today. You’ll need a bit of Paracord, your fingers, and 5 minutes.
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Supplies for a Celtic Heart
This quick garland is put together using only one supply: Paracord. It’s very inexpensive, either in the craft store or on Amazon. I bought this 100 ft bundle for $8 – when paired with free Prime shipping, it’s a better deal than the craft stores which sell it for about $2.50 for 15 feet.
Ways to Use the Celtic Heart Knot
Commonly, this Celtic heart knot is used for necklaces or bracelets, but when you tie multiple hearts in a row, it gives it such appeal.
- we used our Celtic knot garland to wrap a gift
- a garland to decorate for St. Patrick’s day (we used this green paracord)
- a bracelet for my daughter (I had to use a tiny clasp we had on hand)
How to Make a Celtic Heart Knot
Anyway, after trying a few ways to tie a Celtic knot, it becomes pretty easy and you figure out the whole “adjust until tight” bit. The most viewed video on YouTube is TIAT’s.
I will say, however, that I found this one to be how I prefer to tie the Celtic Heart Knot garland.
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