Wire Clothes Hanger
Step One: Bend Wire Hanger into a heart shape.
Don't worry if it's not perfect, the fabric will cover up any bumps. I used a paper clip to secure the two ends because my usually strong hands weren't quite strong enough to twist the ends secure.
Step Two: Cut your fabric into strips
I have a fairly large supply of random fabrics thanks to my friend gifting me it from her late mother-in-law's stash so I picked a red velvet and pink terry cloth. I had two old pillowcases: the mini-dot striped cream and lilac that I also used. My strips were about an inch wide and about six inches long; though there was some variance (I didn't use a ruler) which I think adds to the ragamuffin charm.
Step Three: Tie
I used a pattern: red, red, striped, pink, lilac, lilac and repeat. When finished, I turned some of the ties so they weren't all facing the same direction.
Step Four: Use ribbon to hang on door.
Viola! All in all, from step one to step four this project took me only 45 minutes. Which was good because I was able to complete the whole thing during Hudson's mid-morning nap. He woke up about 10 minutes after I hung it on the door. Now to wait until the husband gets home and see if/how he likes it.