Hot glue gun
Chunky Yarn Tassel (Find instructions here)
Take a piece of wax paper that will accommodate your hearts plus some more space.
Cut various length of ribbon and, one by one, use a brush to generously paint the ribbon with Mod Podge. I would suggest to have a glop of Mod Podge you run the ribbon through separate from where it will dry. This is because the ribbon can get stuck to the wax paper.
Quickly arrange the ribbon in the shape of a heart and set on wax paper to dry hard. Your hands will get messy so take off those rings.
If you are using lace ribbon, it may need some extra support. Mod Podge another ribbon to the back for more structure.
Using the step found in this post, make a tassel out of yarn, leaving an extra strand to loop through the heart when dry
Cut an extra piece of yarn and add a loop to the top of the heart so it may hang
Cut various ribbons to the same length and use hot glue to hang them from the bottom of the embroidery hoop.
Hang the heart from the clasp of the embroidery hoop, allowing it to dangle in the middle of the hoop. Voila!
Trim the hearts if their are any overlapping pieces. Hot glue the middle pieces of the hearts if any need extra support. These hearts are fragile so be sure to hang them in a place they will not be touched much. You can do more than one coat on the ribbons. Just remember that the glue has a yellow tint and will add to the ribbon.
OTHER CRAFT IDEAS
Door knob hanger – Hang these hearts on your front door knob.
Wreath – Hang a single heart on the door for a minimalist look or hot glue a whole bunch on a wire wreath form.
Window Hanging – Hang these from strings in your window.
Card embellishment – Glue a single heart onto some card stock. Tassel is optional.
Gift Embellishment – Hang one from a gift bag.
Necklace – Make small heart and have it loose on the chain or attach a small ring and attach it to the chain.