Heart On a Paper Straw

Simple and sweet – make a heart out of a paper straw (or skewer) as a simple DIY or Valentine’s Day decoration for your home.

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Give a heart from the heart! This easy project is a great decoration for a V-day party, it can be used as a card or just a quick craft project to do with your kids.

Heart on a paper straw

Heart on a paper straw

What do you need:

  • construction paper (red, pink, purple or any other color really)
  • paper straws or skewers
  • the scissors
  • washi tape (or tape)

Watch the video tutorial

Or follow these step by step instructions

To make a pretty heart, fold the paper and cut out a half-heart (don’t know how? draw a number 2;).

This way you will get a nice symmetrical heart.

Cut the heart into strips of paper.

Make sure the top part of the heart (the bumps) stays together on a strip of paper (this is very important).

Put them in order and start gluing them to the paper straw (washi tape works best here because it’s easy to work with). You can also use regular glue, glue dots or masking tape…

Leave some empty space between each strip of paper.

That is just about everything ! Your heart on a paper straw is complete.

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Simple and sweet – make a heart on a paper straw (or a skewer) as a simple valentines day craft or decoration for your home.

*this post contains affiliate links*
Give a heart from the heart! This easy project is a great decoration for a V-day party, it can be used as a card or just a quick crafting project to make with your kids.

Heart On a Paper Straw
What you need:
construction paper (red, pink, purple or any other color really)
paper straws or skewers
scissors
washi tape (or tape)
Watch the Video Tutorial

Or Follow These Step by Step Instructions
To make a nice heart shape, fold the paper and cut a half-heart shape (don’t know how? draw a number 2 ;).
This way you will get a nice symmetric heart.

Cut the heart shape into strips of paper.
Make sure the top part of the heart (the bumps) stay together on one strip of paper (this is really important).

Place them in order and start sticking them on the paper straw (washi tape works best here as it’s easy to work with). You can also use regular glue, glue dots, or tape…
Leave a bit of blank space between each paper strip.

That’s pretty much it! Your Heart On a Paper Straw is all done.
More Valentines Day Crafts
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Become a member of Easy Peasy and Fun membership and gain access to our exclusive craft templates and educational printables. With brand new resources added on weekly basis you will never run out of fun things to make with your kids (either as a parent or as a teacher).

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