Mod Podge Heart Frame: Crafts that kids of any age can make for schoolJoanne Roehm
You can pick up unfinished wood frames from hobby and craft stores for as little as a dollar. These blank canvases can be transformed into beautiful gifts perfect for a teacher or neighbor. This project requires some patience and an eye for detail – but is lots of messy fun, too!
Step 1: Take your heart punch and punch out lots and lots of hearts from your cardstock scraps.
Step 2: Next, spray paint your picture frame. Be sure to get the sides of the frame and the inside of the heart. Allow to dry completely for about an hour.
Step 3: Spray your frame with a spray adhesive so it’s tacky, then lay out your hearts on your frame, being sure to do some overlapping. Don’t put too much adhesive on, just enough to grab the hearts to the frame so they don’t move around.
Step 4: Cover your frame with a healthy coating of Mod Podge and leave to dry completely overnight.