Hello crafters! This is Zeyna from Mummy On My Mind back with another Mom & Child craft, this time with the theme of February in mind.
The theme for the month of January is not a word, but a Luxury Royal colour palette which can be seen here, and for it I decided to create a 3D Heart Wreath Frame with my son. It’s super simple and easy to make, so you can recreate it too with you kids.
For this project I used the following PPS Supplies:
First up, I took the largest of the wooden trays as the base for my wreath frame. Using the Scarlet stamp, I dabbed the entire border of the tray with it. I did not want to paint it, as I wanted the detail of the wood grains to show through.
Then using the Single Sided Paper Pad, I used a teal green pattern paper and stuck it inside the wooden frame to use as the background, and contrast the pink colours that I will be building up.
Again using the Single Sided Paper Pad, I cut out different sized hearts on papers that were or included strawberry pink in colour.
My son and I began placing the hearts and sticking them in place to create a circular wreath-like shape on top of the wooden tray.
To make it 3D, my son helped me stick the smaller heart shaped papers on top of the bigger ones, by folding it in the middle, as can be seen above.
Once the main 3D wreath shape was complete, we accessorized the frame with washitape and stickers, placing them in appropriate gaps, as seen above.
There you have it! A simple 3D Heart Wreath Frame you can create with your little one.
I hope you enjoyed this photo tutorial. If you have any questions, feel free to ask away in the comments section below, and if you decide to recreate my projects, don’t forget to share your projects with me by tagging me on Instagram and/or Facebook, so I can see! Happy Crafting!