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How to make an Origami Heart with Free Flip Book

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Do you have a Valentine’s Day project in mind? An origami heart is a simple and thoughtful way to show someone you care. It is relatively easy to make and looks cute whether it is made from red paper or pink. Follow these instructions to make your own origami heart.

Supplies Needed for the Origami Heart

1. Free Downloadable Heart Instructions

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How to make an Origami Heart Step by Step

If you’re looking for a fun origami project, why not try making a Heart? This classic origami shape is perfect for beginners. Follow this step-by-step tutorial and you’ll be folding origami Heart in no time!

1. Grab the paper.

Start with construction paper to begin your origami.

Origami Heart

2. Fold Diagonally.

Then fold the corner diagonally. Then fold the paper again in the opposite direction. Make sure to create nice creases in the paper.

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Origami Heart
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3. Bend the paper.

Open the paper up then bend the top half of the paper in half to the crease. Do the same for the bottom.

Origami Heart
Origami Heart
Origami Heart

4. Fold sections.

Begin folding each section. Repeat the process until you have folded both sides like in the picture below.

Origami Heart
Origami Heart

5. Overlap the sections.

Overlap the two tips on the top of the heart. Lastly do the fold the tips on the sides as well.

Origami Heart
Origami Heart

That’s It! You just created a Paper Heart.

Congratulations! Easy Peazy Leamon Squeezy!

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Wrapping up How to Make a Fun Heart Craft

We hope you enjoyed our blog post on how to make an origami heart craft. This is a perfect place to start if you are looking to create a fun heart craft or one that is simple.

All it takes is a few supplies and a little imagination to make your own heart craft! You can let us know if you have any questions or comments by visiting craftythinking.com.

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