This steampunk style heart with metal wings is a grungy piece of wall art that you can make yourself with supplies from Xyron and Brutus Monroe.

This steampunk-ish, grungy piece of wall art makes my heart go pitter patter! I fell in love with with the fun patterns in the paper pack that my sponsor, Brutus Monroe, sent me and wanted to use them all! I combined several of my favorite papers with my Xyron Creative Station Lite to quickly create grungy heart wall art.

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supplies planStep one: Trim the patterned papers to fit the rectangular wood pieces.  Trim the corrugated cardboard paper from the Mixed Elements paper pad to fit the wood heart shape.

step1 step1BStep two: Roll the paper pieces through the Xyron Creative Station Lite to add adhesive to the back. Peel the patterned papers off the Xyron backing and press them onto the wood rectangles and the heart shape.

step2Step three: Ink the edges of the paper and wood with the chalk ink.

step3Step four: Use wood glue to attach the rectangles to each other. Glue the heart on top.

step4Step five: Spray the piece with the gold liquid elements mist spray.

step5 step6 step7Step six: Apply embossing ink and powder to the metal wings. Set the powder with a heating tool. Let the metal cool completely before you touch it.

This steampunk style heart with metal wings is a grungy piece of wall art that you can make yourself with supplies from Xyron and Brutus Monroe.Step seven: Glue the wings on each side of the heart.

This steampunk style heart with metal wings is a grungy piece of wall art that you can make yourself with supplies from Xyron and Brutus Monroe.Attach a saw tooth hanger to the back of the piece so you can hang it. This piece is grungy and sweet at the same time, don’t you think? You could always customize it with initials or a message, too. Have fun crafting and creating your heart out!

This is a sponsored post but all ideas and opinions are my own.

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