Make this beautiful Valentine’s Day heart symmetry painting with your kids. It’s a fun and easy art project for toddlers, preschoolers and older children. You can turn the hearts into cards and give them to a family member, friend or teacher. Allow your child to get creative and use any color that makes them happy.
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Supplies for Heart Symmetry Painting
- First, fold your paper in half then use a pencil to draw half of a heart shape.
- Next, keep the paper folded then cut along the line you drew for the heart. If you have a Cricut, find any heart shaped image then cut it using your machine.
- Open the paper then lay it flat on a table.
- Add drops of paint on one side of the heart. Only use a little bit of paint for each color. Smaller children may need help with this step.
- Fold the heart together and lightly press on it to spread the paint.
- Carefully open to reveal a beautiful heart symmetry painting. Kids can add glitter to give it a little sparkle.
I hope you enjoy making this quick and easy craft with your kids. Watch the video below to see how I made this Valentine’s Day heart symmetry painting. Make sure to follow me on Instagram for more fun content!
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