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DIY Paper Heart Envelope

Fun Valentine’s Day DIY Paper Heart Envelope

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This Paper heart envelope is a quick Valentine’s Day craft. You can add a note inside the heart envelope or use it as a card by writing a message inside the envelope so people can unfold it in order to see the secret message. Isn’t it amazing? So let’s get into making it.

Paper Heart Envelope

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Scissor
  • Rhinestone stickers or Glitter Foam Sheet (self adhesive)

Step 1

  1. Draw a heart shape on a paper, the size of the paper depends on you that how big or small envelope you want. You can also print a heart shape from your computer but I’m drawing the shape by myself.
  2. Cut the heart shape.
  3. Write your message (if you want to) in the center.
  4. Fold the right and the left sides of the heart towards the center.

Step 2

  1. Rotate the heart and fold the bottom up as showing below.
  2. Fold the top of the heart down.
  3. Decorate the front of the envelope using glitter foamic sheet.
  4. Seal your heart envelope from the back by cutting a heart shape from glitter foam sheet by using a heart puncher.

And it’s ready!

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