If you love rainbows, and you love hearts, this is the tutorial for you!
Here’s what you will need :
1) Printed heart according to a size you would like / Heart puncher
2) Coloured papers (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, dark blue, purple)
5) Photo Frame
6) White A4 paper
7) Scotch Tape
8) Two Rulers
9) Double Sided Tape
I love rainbows, don’t you?
If you have a heart puncher, go ahead and use it. I didn’t have any, so I decided to do it the traditional way – using a printed heart and a scissors.
You will need about 4-6 hearts per colour depending on your liking. I did 4 each.
When you’re done, use scotch tape to stick your A4 paper to the frame border.
I only wanted the hearts in the middle. So, I measured the sides and used a string to draw temporary borders.
Stick the heart with double sided tape by placing it in the middle of the heart where the folded line is.
This will allow the hearts will fold outwards a little at the sides and have a popping effect.
The middle is always the best place to start. It helps you keep an eye the see if the sides are balanced. Follow the measurements on the ruler as you stick the middle row down.
Calculate the full height and width of the box, minus (heart size x 7) and divide by 8 again (Do this one at a time, which means height first, and then width). This will determine the space to leave in between the hearts and includes the first and last space between the string. If you don’t want a space between the ropes, divide 6 instead.
I use two rulers to place the hearts. One placed horizontally and one vertically to ensure that the alignment is right.
To measure the vertical one, just follow the folded line from the first row of hearts.
Remove the strings, frame it up and you’re done!
That’s all! Thanks for dropping by! Love you guys! Bye!