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Valentine Heart Paper Wreath

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Transform some simple paper hearts into a Valentine decoration with this easy paper craft tutorial.



Heat, valentine, wreath, paper craft


Time: 25 minutes
Age: Over 10's
Level: Medium

Materials
Red card
Glue dots

Method
Cut rectangles of red card all the same size. Mine were 3cm x 15 cm but you could change the dimensions for larger, smaller, thinner or wider hearts.



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Fold the rectangle in half. The centre point will create the pointed end of the heart.



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Bend the two ends together and fix with a glue dot.



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Repeat until you have lots of individual hearts.



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Join each heart together with another glue dot on each side, creating a circle.


Categories
#Over 10s
#Valentines Day
#Medium
#Red
#Heart
#Decoration
#Paper Craft
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