We Heart You. Wall Art Love for Kids + Free Printable

This is a super cute, quick and easy craft and it is also emotional and full of love. Saying we love {heart} you is the deepest way to express a tiny bit of what we truly feel for our kids, isn’t it true? So I wanted my girl to have that reminder in her bedroom from now on, even though she doesn’t read yet. I really could have used a bigger wall art but in some point we are going back home with daddy so I wouldn’t be able to take it with us =P.

We Heart You. Wall Art Love for Kids + Free Printable

Because Love is not only for couples

We Heart You. Wall Art Love for Kids + Free Printable  Because Love is not only for couples

Cuadro de Amor por los Hijos con Imprimible Gratis.

Para español por fa usen el traductor que esta en la barra lateral izquierda del blog.

I made this with so much love, inspired by this cute photo she allowed me to take {believe it or not, she doesn’t let me take pics like that too often}. Putting it together took me about 30 min including the design.

I made the image with the background text and the pic separated from the paper frame but I’m sharing a very similar printable image that you can just add your favorite picture.

Download We {heart} You Free Printable HERE

I found this super pretty photo frame in a Japanese store. I just love it!.

Using its paper frame as a template, I made another one in scrapbook paper.

Then I printed and cut the image that I designed according to the paper frame measures.

I opened the photo frame, placed the paper frame and then the printed image facing the glass.

I cut a strip of decorated grosgrain ribbon and using hot gun I glued both ends to each top inner corner of the wood that goes in the back of the frame so it would looked prettier hung in the wall. I closed the frame.

Then I made a cute bow with the same ribbon and glued it right in the middle of the hanger strip.

That’s it! It’s all done…

Now it’s hung right next to the Monogrammed Wall Art I made for her a few month ago.  =D

If you like this project you might also like these too {click on the images}

http://titicrafty.com/2013/09/mod-podge-daddys-heart-photo-frame/http://titicrafty.com/2013/06/handprints-family-math-wall-art/http://titicrafty.com/2013/08/mod-podge-monogrammed-diy-girly-wall-art/

   
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I have 10 Lovely Comments, I would love to have yours... on We Heart You. Wall Art Love for Kids + Free Printable

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    Katie says:
    January 30, 2014

    Thank you for linking this adorable project up to the Thursday S.T.Y.L.E. Link Party. I’m sure your daughter will cherish this as she gets older.

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    January 28, 2014

    This turned out adorable!! Thanks for sharing it at the Hit Me With Your Best Shot Link Party last Tuesday! Hope to see you again tonight at 7EST! Excited to see what you’ve been up to!

    ~Ariean

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    January 28, 2014

    So sweet! And a great reminder for little ones every day that they are special. Thanks for linking up to Gingerly Made!

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    January 24, 2014

    Hi, I’m stopping by from Eat. Create. Party! No. 7 to say hi. Your wall art is very cute and I pinned it..Best wishes, Darlene

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    January 23, 2014

    I couldn’t remember if I sent you a quick note to tell you how much I really enjoyed your We Heart You Wall Art that you shared at my Shine a Spotlight Linky Party this week. I Pinned it! It’s a keeper! Be sure to stop by again on Saturday. Your craft might just be one of my featured posts!—Deb at DialMforMoms.com

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    January 23, 2014

    I really enjoyed your We Heart You. Wall Art craft that you shared at my Shine a Spotlight Linky Party this week. Kids will love it!! Pinned it! Thanks for stopping by and sharing and be sure to stop by again on Saturday. Your craft might just be one of my featured posts!—Deb at DialMforMoms.com

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    January 20, 2014

    Cohosting #fundaymonday and wanted to stop by! I love simple yet cute crafts. I like the idea of using the paper frame template to use scrapbook paper instead.
    Eva @ evamarietaylor.com

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    January 14, 2014

    That is ADORABLE! That’s such a sweet reminder for her that she is loved! I’m going to have to make one of those! EEEK! Love it!

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