This a a very easy and fun craft for kids to do as there are no difficult parts and they can do all the work themselves, except perhaps the pinning part. My little one pricked her finger a few times too many, but basically, the rest is child's play! Nothing like sticky glue and cutting out to keep them entertained!
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Read through all the instructions first before starting this craft. Make sure you have all required items on hand.
Cut one piece of cardboard in the shape of a heart. About 5 x 5 cm is the size of our heart.
Place the heart on the felt and trace around it.
Cut the felt out in the shape of your heart.
With your jewel glue make dots all the way round the outside of your heart and then place the diamante onto the dots. You can use beads if you can't find diamante. You might need tweezers as this work can get a bit tricky.
Stick your flower throughgt the centre of the heart and bend the wire down to stick out at the bottom of the heart.
Tilt the flower forward slightly and put a spot of glue behind it.
Turn the heart over and glue the stick of the flower down to the felt to secure it in place. The stick will be used to insert into the sand of the flower.
Add a little glitter around the edge of the heart for a bit of extra flash.
If you use a button or a flat embellishment without a wire attached, sew the button or glue the embellishment onto the front and glue a toothpick to the back to stick your heart into the pot plant. You can also put your jewel glue all the way around your heart and sprinkle it with glitter.