These paper mache hearts make a great party favor, birthday craft or Valentine’s Day decoration or gift. Today I made them with my friend Asha. They are a super easy and quick craft to make. If you know a teacher send them this idea. They’ll love it.
Collect some recycled art paper or tissue paper in small sizes. If you only have big sheets, cut it into strips or squares to make it easier to fit onto your heart.
Using modge podge, glue your pieces of paper onto the heart, layering to make a neat design. Go ahead and paint the modge podge right on top of the pieces of paper, too. This will help it all stick together and coat the heart to protect it from fingerprints.
Hang on your door or give to a friend or teacher or just twirl it around and enjoy!
It’s fun to glue a message tag onto the hearts or a “to and from” tag. Asha’s tag in the photo above included a nice quote: “The journey is the reward.”
Don’t miss out on other crafts like this. Join and subscribe to my newsletter, and I will send you a note every weekend with a cool craft, recipe or travel experience by me or one of my friends. Want to see another V-Day related project? Then, check out our How To Make Chocolate Lovely Pops post with my friend Mia. Or, if you want to see Asha & I doing another project, then, check out our post and silly video: How To Make Mango Lassis.