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Black Glue Heart Art Project

We have shared how to work with Black Glue before.. and have a great post for you to check out should you want to have a go! Today Rachel, from I Heart Crafty Things joins the 31 Days of Love with this wonderful Black Glue Heart Art Project – a perfect . The best thing – it comes with a free template which will make it easy for you to have a go! We love and these would also make great Valentines Cards for kids to make! Or Valentine’s Wall Decorations (as well as )!!

First published on the 9 Jan 2018 and republished for your convenience!

This black glue heart art project is bright and colorful and reminds me of beautiful stained glass windows. It works perfect for a stand alone piece of artwork to put on display, or you can also turn your black glue artwork into beautiful Valentine’s Day cards.

To make this black glue art project simple for you I have created a . Or if you prefer, you can create your own custom heart design.

Supplies for Black Glue Heart Art Project

Black Glue Heart Art Project

How to Make your Black Glue Heart Art Project

1. Before you begin you need to . To do this, use a bottle of white school glue that is about 75% full. Open the lid and squeeze in a generous squirt of black acrylic paint. Put the lid back onto the school glue and then shake, shake, shake the bottle of glue for several minutes to incorporate as much of the black paint as possible.

Then remove the glue lid and give the mixture a stir using your skewer or stick. The end of a paintbrush works well for mixing too. You may need to shake and stir several times to incorporate the paint until your glue is black. This how-to video of might be super helpful.

2. Head over to I Heart Crafty Things to and print it onto your mixed media paper. As an alternative, draw your own design with a pencil on your mixed media paper.

3. Before you begin tracing the heart printable with your black glue, test out the glue first on a napkin or separate piece of paper. Create some lines to experiment with the flow and spread of glue. Once you’re happy with the way the glue flows, use a steady hand to trace the lines of your heart printable with your black glue.

Black Glue Heart Art Project

4. Leave the black glue to dry completely or overnight. This step is important because if you paint your picture prior to the black glue drying completely your watercolors will blend with the black paint as you paint your artwork.

Flood the stained glass hearts with colour

5. Paint your black glue heart art project with watercolors. We love the vibrance of liquid watercolors but you could use traditional watercolor paints as well. We planned out our painting to achieve a checker board pattern with our colors. Using a different mixture of colors for the heart and the background will help your heart stand out against the background.

6. When your black glue art project is finished drying cut out the extra paper around your heart artwork and glue your heart art project onto a piece of black cardstock giving it a classic finished border. Now you can hang your heart art project up for display for Valentine’s Day.

If you enjoyed this project, check out more of our black glue art projects:

Black Glue Heart Art Project

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2. Head over to I Heart Crafty Things to download your heart printable and print it onto your mixed media paper. As an alternative, draw your own design with a pencil on your mixed media paper.

Black Glue Heart Art Project

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Black Glue Heart Art Project

We have shared how to work with Black Glue before.. and have a great post for you to check out should you want to have a go! Today Rachel, from I Heart Crafty Things joins the 31 Days of Love with this wonderful Black Glue Heart Art Project – a perfect . The best thing – it comes with a free template which will make it easy for you to have a go! We love and these would also make great Valentines Cards for kids to make! Or Valentine’s Wall Decorations (as well as )!!

First published on the 9 Jan 2018 and republished for your convenience!

This black glue heart art project is bright and colorful and reminds me of beautiful stained glass windows. It works perfect for a stand alone piece of artwork to put on display, or you can also turn your black glue artwork into beautiful Valentine’s Day cards.

To make this black glue art project simple for you I have created a . Or if you prefer, you can create your own custom heart design.

Supplies for Black Glue Heart Art Project

Black Glue Heart Art Project

How to Make your Black Glue Heart Art Project

1. Before you begin you need to . To do this, use a bottle of white school glue that is about 75% full. Open the lid and squeeze in a generous squirt of black acrylic paint. Put the lid back onto the school glue and then shake, shake, shake the bottle of glue for several minutes to incorporate as much of the black paint as possible.

Then remove the glue lid and give the mixture a stir using your skewer or stick. The end of a paintbrush works well for mixing too. You may need to shake and stir several times to incorporate the paint until your glue is black. This how-to video of might be super helpful.

2. Head over to I Heart Crafty Things to and print it onto your mixed media paper. As an alternative, draw your own design with a pencil on your mixed media paper.

3. Before you begin tracing the heart printable with your black glue, test out the glue first on a napkin or separate piece of paper. Create some lines to experiment with the flow and spread of glue. Once you’re happy with the way the glue flows, use a steady hand to trace the lines of your heart printable with your black glue.

Black Glue Heart Art Project

4. Leave the black glue to dry completely or overnight. This step is important because if you paint your picture prior to the black glue drying completely your watercolors will blend with the black paint as you paint your artwork.

Flood the stained glass hearts with colour

5. Paint your black glue heart art project with watercolors. We love the vibrance of liquid watercolors but you could use traditional watercolor paints as well. We planned out our painting to achieve a checker board pattern with our colors. Using a different mixture of colors for the heart and the background will help your heart stand out against the background.

6. When your black glue art project is finished drying cut out the extra paper around your heart artwork and glue your heart art project onto a piece of black cardstock giving it a classic finished border. Now you can hang your heart art project up for display for Valentine’s Day.

If you enjoyed this project, check out more of our black glue art projects:

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