Here’s one more Valentine Punch Art project. You could also use buttons instead of 1/2″ circles, but that can get expensive!
For this project, you will need 16 circles, punched out of Real Red Cardstock, using a 1/2″ circle punch. For a fun twist, emboss your cardstock first and this will add some texture to your project.
Figure out where you want to start the bottom of your heart and place a small dot on your paper. Then center two circles, then the next row up will have three, then four. At the top of these rows, you will place 3 circles in a triangular shape. I would suggest getting your layout first and then putting down each circle using either a glue dot or Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue. SNAIL is not a good choice for this project because of the size of the circles.
Once your heart is done, it will look like a small “v” inside of a larger “v”. Stamp a greeting on the bottom and you’re done.
With supervision, even younger children can complete this project; it would be a low cost Valentine for the class and would be a fun family activity!