February 13, 2013

Symmetrical Valentine Art Project

I shared the snowflake version of this art project back in January (you can click here to see it).  Well, here's the valentine's version, and it's my favorite!  I did this with my twins (six years old) and my three-year-old the other day.  It's so fun to see the different arrangements!  I think a lot of my boys' personalities show through on these.

I let my boys lay out their heart design, then I hot glued it for them.  If you let you little ones glue the hearts, the finished product probably won't look so neat and tidy, but adorable just the same!  My boys were "exhausted" after making their designs, and couldn't find the energy to glue.  I kind of like the neat and tidy symmetrical look, so I was happy to glue for them.

I  used my Cricut and the classic font cartridge to cut out the hearts ranging in size from 2 1/2" to 1/2".  You can easily cut out your own hearts for this project, or print some off and then cut them out.  
For more details on the exact how to of this project, you can visit my snowflake symmetrical art post.

P.S.  I didn't quite get around to posting my Tuesday quote yesterday, so for this week, here's a Wednesday quote.  Click here to print it.

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