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You guessed correctly if you chose option B. Wedding designer Michelle Edgemont shares easy instructions on how to make heart-shaped string art to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day — or any day!

String Art Heart

We randomly picked one person from the comments, and Lauren B. is the winner of an electric fireplace from Electric Fireplaces Direct. Congrats!

Check back next Wednesday to decorate a new space.

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