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Heart Origami Valentine Banner

February 1, 2017

heart origami

Folding Origami is fun and calming. These cute hearts are made from and standard 8.5" x 11" piece of paper. Fold a bunch of them and string them up to make a Heart Origami Valentine Banner. Show the kids how to fold them, let them decorate the hearts, and then you will have a good amount to string up to add a little love to your decor!



  • 8.5" x 11" copy weight paper in your choice of colors
  • bakers twine
  • Glue Dots (optional)


I bet you have all these materials or similar on hand. It really couldn't be any easier. Below is a video how-to fold the Origami Hearts.


The start of the month means another fun #CCBG craft challenge is here! This month our theme for creating a new project was Paper Valentine. We wanted to use paper in different ways to create a Valentine project to share with you!

Visit all these wonderfully creative projects by visiting the links below.
Try It Like It - Heart Origami Valentine Banner
Life Beyond the Kitchen - Paper Reed Heart
Al Things Beautiful - DIY Valentine's Day Ornament

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I've never done origami before, but think that it looks fun! Thanks for sharing this neat tutorial.

Soooo adorable! I love origami although I have never made anything! I keep seeing amazing things you can make with this technique. I love your Valentine's idea!!

My son loves to do origami. This is a great useful way to put him to work decorating for me! ;) Thanks for the idea. (Pinned!)

I love the look of origami. What a cute way to display it. (Pinned!)


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