Paper Strip Hearts and Heart Wreaths

2 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy
Happy Valentine's Day! Here is a quick, easy, and fun craft project that can be done with children or for the child within. Using a stapler and simple colored card stock, you can create a beautiful paper Valentine's Day wreath.
Happy Valentine's Day!
This is a simple project, just staple 2 paper strips of card stock together at the top, flipped over to form a heart, then add another 2 strips below. Repeat. I cut my 8 1/2" x ll" card stock into 1" strips. Find colored card stock here -->> https://amzn.to/35qqQad You will need card stock in any color. Make your wreath all one color or several colors in a pattern.
Create a heart with 2 strips.
Keep adding hearts until you have created a long strip of connected hearts then wrap them around to create a circle. Staple the bottom to the top to create a wreath. You can make the wreath as large or as small as you need!
This is a beautiful heart wreath that can be made in any color for any occasion!Use all different colored card stock including metallic for a beautiful Valentine's day wreath.Make simple heart ornaments by creating only one heart and hang it from a string. Hang them from a tree, a chandelier, or add them to a wreath.
If you love this craft please find more hearts and heart DIY projects at Homeroad.net❤️ Follow this link for more Valentine projects! Visit Homeroad Valentine's Day Projects Here -->> https://www.homeroad.net/search?q=Valentine

Suggested materials:

  • Card stock   (michaels)
  • Stapler   (office supply)

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  • Nancy Wilson Nancy Wilson on Mar 17, 2017
    How do you keep this from drooping and forming a huge oval instead of a nice circle?

  • Rebecca Miller Clemons Rebecca Miller Clemons on Dec 16, 2019

    What are the dimensions of the strips?


  • NancyO NancyO on Jan 16, 2021

    What is the strip shown in the first direction step, that seems to be holding the two loops together?

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