Mother’s Day Button Heart Frame

Mother’s Day Button Heart Frame

What you will need:

  • Canvas of your choice.
  • Mix of pink buttons and tiny beads, like pearls (pompoms can be used as another options)
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Pencil


  • Cut out a piece of paper the size of your canvas, for example an 8×8″ piece of paper, fold in half, and cut a heart out on the center folded line so when you open you have a large heart and trace it lightly onto the center of your painted canvas.
  • Then start carefully gluing your largest pink buttons (pompoms can be used as another options) onto the heart, do not go outside your pencil line. Then start filling in your smaller areas with your smaller buttons and begin layering them on top of your large buttons to make sure there are no open spaces.
  • Now carefully fill in your empty spaces and outlines with your hot glue a little at a time and top with your tiny beads. Let your heart dry completely and display.

Have fun with this activity and we recommend adult supervision at all times.

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