Pixelated games are all time popular, it reminds me of my childhood , mario brothers is my fav!

I was really excited about the game.life 4 contest and was waiting to make something pixelated! I kept thinking and thinking but couldn't decide what to make. But finally I realized that it's the month of love and instructbales is getting filled with hearty ibles, so I couldn't wait any longer and made this pixelated heart pendant :)

This pendant is super easy to make and could be a sweet gift for your special one... don't just sit there, go make one!

You can also name this pendant as zelda heart or minecraft heart.

Step 1: Materials Needed

To make pixelated heart you'll need:

1) Thick paper,
2) Pixelated heart template,
3) Scissor and anti-cutter,
4) Pencil and paint brush,
5) Glue (white glue or hot glue),
6) Fabric paint- red and black,
7) Clear nail polish,
8) Jump ring and chain necklace or thick string.

<p>guaj boya olmaz mı?</p>
yet again I almost died cause this is super cute and so easy
Cool idea!
<p>Congratulations! here you go .....:D</p>
Did anyone else instantly go &quot;Pegboard Nerds!&quot; when they saw this? <br>No?<br>Ok.
<p>Thanks for the inspiration. My kids and I made it with Pyssla, the Ikea beads that you iron together. Your instructable came just in time for valentines day :)</p>
<p>No problem, I love to share craft ideas! yours turned out awesome! they look so cute :)</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>
you could also make one with hama beads or the fakes work just as well, for added affect and will make it more similar to a pixelised zelda heart use clear or glow in the dark beads I made one last year along with a link, zelda, ganon and triforce, Mario
<p>Haven't tried hama beads yet, sounds like fun. I'll give it a try very soon. </p><p>Thanks for stopping by and for the suggestions :)</p>
<p>Your ideas are cooool.</p>
<p>Thanks Ayesha!</p>
<p>This is so cute Muhaiminah! I love the technique you use about gluing more layers of paper instead of using thick cardboard!</p>
<p>Thanks so much linda! it's a fun and easy technique, TBH I'm not good with cardboard like you and Tarun.</p>
<p>I heard my name :)</p>
<p>yap, you sure did :p</p>
<p>Don't even say that...you did such amazing jobs with cardboard, more than all the ones I did!!</p>
<p>very sweet of you! lets say we've all done our best with cardboard :)</p>
<p>Oh, how cute is that :). Love it. I agree with Linda, apparently all I want to say these days, she is saying it first for your ibles.. ha ha </p>
<p>haha the same happens to me! I was excited today because I realized that I was the first person looking at this ible as soon as Muhaiminah published it!</p>
<p>Thanks Tarun! I guess we all think alike, that's what I love about this community :)</p>
<p>Thanks! stay tuned, I might post more pixelated stuffs :D</p>
<p>Nice nice nice! Looks like I'm not the only one working on thick paper pendants :) Well, earrings at the moment actually :D</p>
<p>Thanks! yes, paper is the best crafting material! </p><p>eagerly waiting to see the earrings!</p>
<p>what a cool instructable muhaiminah..!!and i must say..i agree with linda and tarun.. :P</p>
<p>Thanks faiza! Happy to know :D</p>

About This Instructable




Bio: Hey, I'm Muhaimina! A crazy craft addict! Obsessed with swirls, beautiful colors and shapes (especially triangles!)... and Instructables is pretty much my second home!
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