Milo and I didn’t make his valentines this year because he found some star wars ones he HAD to have for his classmates – but we worked on this valentine poster for the house, since he LOVES having decorations. (we are seriously slacking on the valentines decor this year as well…i blame the cold weather).
This was a fun little project that we originally found here.
We used some rogue paint chips I had laying around, and that seemed to work perfectly, and was a great way to upcycle!
Milo had fun figuring out the pattern – it was almost like a big heart puzzle.
You will need:
Cardstock, colored paper, or paint chips
exacto knife or rotary cutter
Large sheet of white paper
Measure the colored paper and cut into squares. Ours were 5 inch squares, because we were working with the paint chips but you can do any size really!
Cut the squares in half, into two triangles.
Layout the heart design on the large sheet of white paper. Using a glue stick, glue each triangle onto the white paper.