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.
This little paracord tutorial is great as a banner or garland, but we also used it for gift wrapping. Once you start making them, it’s hard to stop. Let’s get started.
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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 paracord bundle because it was the best option.
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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- There are many ways to tie a Celtic heart knot garland, but check out the two Youtube videos above for step by step visual directions.
- We spaced ours a few inches apart which looks great for both a garland or gift wrapping.
- Be sure to burn the ends when you're done so the Paracord doesn't fray.
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