Easy Light Up Love Art

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This may have been from my Hometalk Live for Valentine's Day but this art project is good for anytime of year!

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Time: 15 MinutesCost: $3Difficulty: Easy
  • easy light up love art, crafts

First paint your canvas - I used black acrylic paint which came from Walmart. Let it dry completely.











  • easy light up love art, crafts

I purchased this mirror "Love" sticker from Dollar Tree.


  • easy light up love art, crafts

Put the sticker at the bottom of your canvas.

  • easy light up love art, crafts

Start putting in thumb tacks in the shape of a heart.

  • easy light up love art, crafts

Leave it open in the middle or fill the whole thing in - the choice is yours. If you are worried about the back, you can hot glue the thumb tacks into place, or cut out a piece of foam board for reinforcements.

  • easy light up love art, crafts

Use an ice pick to make holes where you want the lights to go.

  • easy light up love art, crafts


Push the lights in through the back. These are a 10 pack of LED battery operated lights from Dollar Tree.

  • easy light up love art, crafts


Add sticker embellishments if desired. I used jewel heart stickers.

  • easy light up love art, crafts

Turn the lights on and you're done.

You can see some of my other light up canvas art projects here:

Love you to the Moon - http://www.hometalk.com/24498990/easy-light-up-canvas-art

Christmas - http://www.hometalk.com/25277390/christmas-light-up-canvas-art-hometalk-live-diy-

Kid's and snowman art - http://www.hometalk.com/13403204/light-up-canvas-art


  • easy light up love art, crafts


Thanks Hometalk for having me!!!
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Suggested materials for this project:

  • 11 x 14 canvas  (2 pack at Hobby Lobby)
  • Thumb tacks  (Walmart or Dollar Tree)
  • Black acrylic paint  (Walmart)
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Chas

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