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Map Heart Art | Killer b. Designs



Map Heart Art

After posting my top 5 design loves and hates, I fell in love all over again with sweet little map hearts. So like any self-respecting DIYer, I ran straight for my local Hobby Lobby to get things started. Here’s how to do your own map art for only $3 each.
• Small canvas (I snagged two little square ones at 30% off for less than $3 each)
• Mod Podge
• Map (either a road map you have on hand, or a printout from your computer)

Step 1 – Gather your supplies, and make your heart template

I used a scrap piece of paper to freehand sketch my heart shape to fit my canvas size. You could also download some adorable dingbat fonts and print out a large heart shape.

Step 2 – Cut your template, trace it onto your map and cut your map hearts

Super easy. I like that my hearts aren’t symmetrical. Oh, and make sure you undercut it a little so you don’t show any pen marks.

Step 3 – Attach hearts to canvas with Mod Podge

I heart me some ‘podge. I used a real road map, so it was a bit crinkly and folded, which gives the art a little character. You can crinkle up yours a little too if you’re using a printout. Mod Podge only takes about 5-10 minutes to dry, too, so this is a quickie project!

Step 4 – Hang and Enjoy!

I hung these up in our nursery (reveal coming soon, I promise!) for a little dose of where-baby-comes-from. Here’s my birthplace:

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And the baby and Husbane will share their place of birth, and hospital too!

They’re really cute, and make me smile when I walk into the room. The best part is that they’ll fit in any room, so if we decide to redecorate Charlie’s room in the future we don’t have to get rid of our sweet little hearts. They’ll just find a new room to live in!


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  1. Lauren

    These are so cute!! I am definitely going to try these out!

  2. Sarah

    Thank you for this tutorial! I remember seeing these when you first posted them and was hoping you’d break down the steps :) So excited to make some of these

  3. Malisa

    I’m totally going to make a few of these! Love the idea of making one for each of your hometowns!

  4. Stacia

    These turned out super cute, great job. It’s so fun that your baby will be born at the same hospital as her dad!

  5. Courtney

    What a creative charming idea~ love it. I host a decorating party at my blog on the weekends if you would like to come share sometime! :)

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      That would be awesome! I’ll stop by and check out your blog! Thank you so much for the invite

  6. Melissa

    These are so cute! They look great against your wall color.

  7. Ashley @

    LOVE the map hearts! We’ve been wanting to do those too!!!

  8. Rachel @ Lines across my face

    These turned out so well. I LOVE the idea of hanging the parents and baby’s birthplaces in the nursery. The colors are also beautiful. I would love it if you would come link this up to the crafty link party I just started over at
    :) Rachel

  9. Rachel @ Lines across my face

    Thanks for linking up last week. This project is being featured this week at Lines Across My Face so come on over and grab a featured button and link up another post.
    :) Rachel

  10. Make handmade

    Great ideas and tutorial. Thanks for sharing

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