diy geometric heart
I have a fun little tutorial for you today. Yes I know Valentine's Day is a month out, but if your house is feeling the post-holiday decor blues like mine is then this is just what you need. I actually made this sucker a couple years ago but it's one of my favorites so I decided document the process. Let's go!
- 10 Chipboard squares cut on the diagonal (I used 6in)
- Tissue paper in various valentiney shades
- Old cardboard Box or foam core
- Hot glue
All the squares need to be cut diagonally but I just showed the base formation below without all of them cut. Wrap your chipboard in varying colors then attach to the piece of cardboard with a hot glue gun (as you can see I just roughly shaped my dirty piece into a heart, nothing fancy back there).
This project definitely isn't exclusive to the holiday of love, it would be a perfect addition to some bridal shower decor. I'd love to mess with different variations as well, some patterned tissue up in there, fringe, or making it even more legit by wrapping in fabric instead of paper. So many options! I hope you are inspired to do some crafting, friends!