What you’ll need:
How to do it:
1. Using your frame’s backing sheet as a guide, figure out the configuration you’d like to use for your art. If your frame doesn’t have a backing sheet, use the back board as a guide and cut or tape a few sheets of paper together in the same size. When arranging your chips, it helps to place vibrant shades next to muted ones of the same tone for a more pixilated effect.
2. Chip by chip, tape your pieces down to the sheet to hold them in place.
3. Fold a sheet of cardstock in half and trace half of a heart shape; cut out the shape then unfold. Use this cut piece as a guide to trace a new heart pattern onto an un-creased piece of cardstock. Cut this heart out and tape to the center of your paint chip sheet.
TIP: Need help finding just the right color arrangement? Visit any paint manufacturer’s website and use their color palette guides as a cheat sheet.