- A cardboard tube
- Paint and painting tools
- Hole punch
- Jute twine
Cut the cardboard tube into 'slices'. I divided my cardboard tube into thirds, however, you may wish to make the 'slices' thinner. Mine ended up being approximately 2cm in width.
Gently press one edge of each cardboard tube between your thumb and forefinger to make the tube into a teardrop shape.
On the opposite side of the point of the teardrop, gently press the tube into the centre to make the top part of the heart.
Repeat for the other cardboard tube 'slices'.
Paint the hearts. I place the wet hearts on baking paper so they don't stick. Allow to dry.
My hole punch could slide on to the 'valley' of the top of the heart. I punched a hole in the centre. Punch a hole at the base of the heart. Measure around 30cms of twine and thread through the holes so that there is approximately 6cms out the bottom of the heart. Tie a knot in the twine above the heart. Gently pull the twine at the base of the heart to increase the heart shape at the top. Tie a knot in the twine at the base of the heart.
Loop the twine at the top of the heart and knot. Measure a length of ribbon and tie a bow around the twine at the top of the heart. Other decorations could be added - beads, punched shapes, glitter ... or just keep it like this.
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