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Vintage Key to My Heart Art


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If you love vintage crafts and DIY furniture projects, you'll love this Vintage Key to My Heart Art from Renee Hanlon! Turn an antique drawer into a rustic conversation piece using a little creativity.

Vintage Key to My Heart Art


  • Small drawer
  • Game letters
  • Heart shape lock and key
  • Acrylic paint
  • Picture hanger
  • E6000 craft glue

Vintage Key to My Heart Art


  1. Turn the drawer over and nail a picture hanger to the top end. The drawer pulls should be at the top.
  2. Remove the drawer pulls and paint in your desired color.
  3. Put a light coat of paint on the inside and sides of drawer. Keep some areas very light or bare for a distressed look. You can also paint it with an even coat and then sand some areas off.
  4. Lay out your pieces in the inside bottom of the drawer. I like to have the letters somewhat scattered instead of a perfectly straight line.
  5. Use a strong glue, such as E6000 craft glue, to adhere your pieces in place. Let this dry for a day before hanging your new art.

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What a perfect time to stumble across this, just in time for Valentine's Day! After buying a house together this year my partner and I said for Valentine's Day we would buy something small and not too expensive so this could be perfect and I think he would love it! thank you for the perfect idea just in the nick of time)


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