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A great Valentines Day stained glass hearts DIY tutorial…

There’s love in the air as we approach Valentines Day! I’ve got a 6 year old boy who has over 15 girlfriends apparently, so no doubt there will be a long list of cards and gifts going out.

This is such a sweet little craft that looks so pretty hanging from a window with the light shining through. I don’t think we’re prepared to make 15 of these but it was quite a simple and fun excercise….1 gift down, 14 to go!

Materials :

  • Cardboard (we used quite a sturdy cardboard so the heart holds its shape)
  • Red and pink tissue paper
  • Contact paper (2 sheets slightly larger than the heart)
  • Scissors
  • Red paint & brush
  • String

Method:

Step 1

Layer some sheets of pink and red tissue paper (we folded ours multiple times to make it easy to cut bulk circles) and cut out small circles using scissors.

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Draw the shape of a heart on a piece of cardboard and cut it out. Draw a thin border inside the heart and then cut out the inside of the heart to give you a frame.

01-diy-valentines-decorations-610 copyPaint the heart frame, you might even like to use glitter or stickers to make it shimmer.

Step 4

Once the paint is dry, place the heart on a sheet of contact paper so it sticks.

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Stick down the circles inside the heart, overlapping some to blend the colours.

Step 6

Take the second piece of contact paper and press it down on top of the heart. Seal all the edges and push out any air bubbles.

Step 7

Cut around the heart to remove any excess contact paper.

Step 8

Punch a hole in the centre of the heart frame and tie some string to hang.

A very sweet gift to give a special friend who will love watching the sun shine through and light up the heart.

 

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