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- Cut the paper into long strips.
- Fold the strips of paper in half.
- With the help of a pencil, roll up the strip until just before reaching the half.
- Use double-sided tape to sandwich thread between the two halves of the curled tops.
- String the heart garland together from the bottom up.
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Materials: Napkins of various colours; Sciccors; Pencil for drawing heart
- Position a prefolded square paper napkin so that the closed corner faces you.
- Fold right corner toward left corner and flatten, forming a triangle.
- Fold left corner toward triangle's longest side and flatten, forming a narrower triangle.
- Using scissors, cut a convex arc from triangle to create top of half a heart.
- Cut off bottom of triangle from left to right to create lower heart half, leaving at least 1/4 inch intact on right edge. (Left side of triangle will be center of a heart.) Unfold.
- Repeat with napkins in several colors, varying position of cuts to create doilies in different sizes.
2. Love Cards
This 3D Heart paper card comes from a website called, Duitang. It's a non-English website so I don't have any instructions for you, other than what the picture shows. Doesn't look too difficult though!
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Your Heart in my Hand
Remember when you used to trace your hand when you were 5 years old? Those skills will come in 'handy' this Valentine's Day.
3. Food (my personal favourite)
I Like*Love the way you Roll
No instructions needed here. Yum!
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Materials: Muffin tin; Cupcake paper liners; Marbles or Aluminum Foil (formed into 1/2" balls)
- Line a tin with paper liners.
- Drop a marble in between the tin and liner or use 1/2" balls of aluminum foil.
- Pour in your cupcake mix and bake!
Rice Krispie Heart Pops
Oh yum. For a 'How-To', visit, Korean American Mommy.
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Heart Attack (the good kind)
This gift is fabulous! Cut-out hearts of all sizes and colours. No card needed - the recipient will get the point.
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Hearts of Glass
I can't sew. But I'm sure some of you can make couture frocks in your sleep. So this DIY may just be for you and your glasses-wearing love.
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