Valentines Day may be over,
but there’s always a reason to create your own paper heart bouquet.
I put together step by step instructions – in super fun GIF form! – to design a bunch for yourself.
And the great news? It cost just a few dollars for materials, and lasts longer than any real bouquet ever would.
I have to give full credit to Azumarek, for the instructions on how to fold the hearts.
The entire project took me 45 minutes to complete. Bam!
 Cut one square piece of paper in half, horizontally
(I used a 10cm x 10cm sticky-note pad, which makes two hearts each sheet)
 (With one of the halves) fold down the centre to crease, and open back up
 fold the bottom upwards as shown
 Fold the right and left side inwards to the centre crease
 flip over
 Fold the right and left sides inwards
 fold the right/left top of each side of the heart, leaving you with two small triangles
 fold down the top of each triangle
 flip over to see your heart!
 Flip over again and skewer the back of the paper
And now you’re done!
LOVE IT? PIN IT! 😀