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Valentine’s Day Craft

I may be a bit nuts, but I am still making Valentine’s Day crafts. I love these projects and I will likey continue making them. Valentine's Day Crafts I think I might be addicted to Valentine’s Day craft projects. Just when I think I have come up with enough projects I am back in my craft room coming up with something else. One of my favorite items to craft with is clay. I have used clay a lot in the past. Some of my crafts include making metallic valentine hearts, Christmas glitter ornaments, and ornaments that represented fifty things that were important to our family in an entire year. I wanted to make some valentine clay ornaments this year that were colorful and fun and a bit rustic. valentine's day heart crafts I love how these came out. They look so much better than I thought they would. Today I am part of a blog hope as nearly thirty bloggers are sharing their favorite Valentine’s Day. clay painted hearts

What You Need to Make the Valentine’s Day Craft Hearts

Air Hardening Modeling Clay Heart Shaped Cookie Cutters here, here, or here. Acrylic Paints (I used alizarin red, pink, white, cad yellow, and burnt umber) Rubber Stamps (writing, music, any small design) Sculpey Gloss Glaze Paint Brush Copper wire

How to Make the Valentine’s Clay Hearts

First, roll out the clay with a rolling pin to about 1/4 or 1/8 inch. Cut out with heart-shaped cookie cutters. To add a design to the ornament, press each heart on to a rubber stamp and add a firm touch to imprint. Use a wooden skewer to put holes in the top of each heart. Let dry overnight,   Pick out acrylic paints that fit your color palette. Paint each heart, paying special attention to the edges and back All edges and sides should be painted. Let dry. Onc dry, paint with Sculpey gloss glaze to add shine. When done, add wire for hanging.  Don’t these look amazing? I just love them. I can’t wait to use these as napkin holders and more. I absolutely love these painted hearts. I think I just might have to hang them all over our home. They look good anywhere in your home. Check out all of these amazing projects my blogger friends are sharing here. Be sure to click on the links to find out more.

Check Out These Great Valentine’s Day Projects!

Valentine’s Day Craft – My 100 Year Old Home // Dollar Store Valentine’s Day Decor – Craftberry Bush // DIY Valentine’s Day Pillow – The DIY Mommy // Baked Valentine’s Day Donuts – Inspiration For Moms Paper Heart Treat Bags – Sincerely Marie Designs // Valentine’s Charcuterie BoardTown and Country Living // Valentine’s Day Stationery – The Handmade Home // Valentine’s Day Puppy Chow – Two Twenty One Valentine’s Decorating Ideas for Your Home – Wildflower Home Blog // DIY Valentine’s Day Decor – She Gave It A Go // Valentine’s Table Setting – Hallstrom Home // Unromantic Valentine’s Day Decor – Cassie Bustamante

  Simple Valentine’s Day Porch – Modern Glam // Valentine Paper Medallion Mantel – Tatertots & Jello // Easy Valentine Garland – Twelve on Main // Valentine Project – The Tattered Pew // Valentine’s Day Tablescape – Jennifer Maune  Fortune Cookie Recipe – Happy Happy Nester // Dairy Free Linzer Cookies – Zevy Joy // Valentine’s Day Table Setting – Sanctuary Home Decor // Valentine’s Day Desserts – Life Is Better At Home // Galentine’s Day Ideas – Pink Peppermint Design

Printable Valentine’s Day Decor – The Happy Housie // DIY Valentine’s — Finding Lovely // Floral Heart Printable – A Blue Nest // Valentine’s Day Printable – Lolly Jane // Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas – Art of Everyday Living


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30 Responses

  1. Help!!! I followed your directions exactly. After the glaze dried, mine looked cloudy ☹️. Did the glaze need to be baked on?

  2. I am including these gorgeous hearts in a “Weekend Internet Finds” link list on my blog. I hope that is ok? Of course it will be linked back to you and I only used on photo. My blog is here: https://crochetbytes.com/ I am trying to post more often ha ha so I decided Mondays will be Weekend Internet Finds. Thanks and thanks for all the sharing you do!!!

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