Today we are sharing this super easy tutorial for this Valentine wall hanging.
First start with a piece of corrugated cardboard measuring 6 1/2 x 8 1/2. Start pulling off the top layer to reveal the corrugated cardboard.
Here is what it looks like once you have the top layer pulled off completely.
Then to add a distressed feel, I added white crackle paint by Tim Holtz. I love this stuff! It crackles really fast and it has a built in brush on the lid.
I then cut a paper doily to measure 5 x 6 1/2 using Martha Stewart's Doily punch.
Then I added this pretty paper piece by Cosmo Cricket. I took this journaling piece and inked the edges using Walnut Stain Distress ink and a blending tool.
Here is the sweet vintage valentine used for this wall hanging.
Print and cut out.
Adhere the valentine using foam pop dots to the Sweet Stuff paper and glue to the cardboard.
Take a white gel pen and add stitch lines around the edge of the paper.
I then took a chipboard swirl cut from a Tim Holtz Flourishes die and painted it with the white crackle paint.
I then cut paper flowers from a Tim Holtz Tattered Florals die. Add a brad to the center of the flower and glue to the cardboard.
A final swirl is added to the top right side of the hanging.
Punch 2 holes at the top and tie ribbon or yarn to create the hanger.
I hope you enjoyed this sweet and easy tutorial!
Have a wonderful Sunday, Lindsey