DIY // WATERCOLOUR HEARTS

Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella
Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella
Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella
Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella

Ok, so I have a confession... I don't do Valentines. But, I do love a theme and I particularly love themes when it comes to crafting (who doesn't?). After Christmas (the ultimate theme in my opinion), Valentine's Day does help to fill the post-festive-crafting-theme-void a little, and so this year I'm jumping on the bandwagon. So, with Valentine's fast approaching, I found myself painting a page of hearts with watercolours. I've been loving my watercolour palette a lot recently; it has a watercolour block missing and splashes of paint all over it from where I've dabbed my brush to remove excess paint and it has to be at least 10 years old (though Daler Rowney still make it, unbelievably!). But my grandma bought it for me many moons ago and every time I use it, I think of her, which is just an added bonus because it really is lovely. I decided to set about finding ways to use my watercolour hearts in a Valentine's DIY and here are a few ideas I came up with...

>> WATERCOLOUR HEART CARD <<

Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella

1. Download the Watercolour Hearts PDF printable.

2. Print out the PDF in colour on a piece of A4 paper or card.

3. Wait for the printout to be completely dry.

4. Write a message on the heart with a gold sharpie.

5. Cut out around the heart shape.

6. Stick the heart on the front of the card.

>> WATERCOLOUR HEART GARLAND <<

Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella

1. Download the Watercolour Hearts PDF printable.

2. Print out the PDF in colour on a piece of A4 paper or card.

3. Wait for the printout to be completely dry.

4. Cut out around the heart shapes.

5. Cut a length of twine and hang up wherever you want.

6. Using mini pegs, clip the hearts along the twine.

>> WATERCOLOUR HEART PRINT <<

Watercolour Hearts DIY by Isoscella

1. Download the Watercolour Hearts PDF printable.

2. Print out the PDF in colour on a piece of A4 paper or card.

3. Wait for the printout to be completely dry.

4. Write a message on the heart with a gold sharpie.

5. Cut out around the heart.

6. Stick the heart on a piece of card and frame.

Let me know what you think of this DIY in the comments below!

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