If you don’t have space for a large scale heart like the one in our dining room, here’s a more practical size. I started by cutting ten 1 1/2″ squares of pink, light pink, and glittered gold card stock. Then I cut the squares in half to make 20 triangles. Using double-stick tape, I adhered the triangles to a pale grey piece of card stock. Then I just trimmed the finished piece to fit a 8×10″ frame. My angular ceramic fox (from Target) sits beside it.
Last week I shared some of the touches of pink I’ve added to our home just in time for Valentine’s Day. And I like my Giant Geometric Wall Heart so much, I made a smaller framed version for our mantel.
I purposefully didn’t line up the triangle totally straight, I wanted it to look like it had been pieced together layered.
I love when something so simple comes together to make something beautiful and unique. I’ll be putting this out for many Valentine’s Days to come, or maybe it will find a place in the girls grey and pink bedroom.