Introduction: Make a Pop-up Card of Hearts

Here is how to make a great pop up card of hearts. Intended for children of 5 years and above. They should be able to follow the instructions without guidance. However, some parental supervision may be required when cutting. I have intentionally used simple line drawings rather than photographs to make it as simple to follow as possible. Just like flat pack furniture instructions there are no words! The instructions are universal and intended for children to use lateral thinking and prudent judgment to complete it.

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Awesome_Kirby (author)2017-05-12

Cool

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Awesome_Kirby (author)2017-05-12

Cool, it turned out to be nice!

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DianaG3 made it! (author)2017-02-15

Needed something awesome for my DD who spent vday with her Dad- omg, this is so cool and EASY (if you follow the instructions- I did it wrong the first time cause I didn't check the fold on the second heart :P)!

Mounting it on a piece of construction paper and thinking abt adding color to the hearts themselves, but SO COOL!!!!

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KawiiGirlCrafter (author)2017-02-14

I FINNALY MADE IT

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KawiiGirlCrafter (author)2017-02-14

IM TRYING TO DO IT RIGHT NOW ITS HARD

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MünzeviY (author)2016-08-08

i could not do it

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KarenW203 (author)MünzeviY2017-02-05

I couldn't do it either, lol and I'm a lot older than 5

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AdileneM made it! (author)2016-05-08

I am very satisfied with the results. Steps were clear and simple ♡

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crazyki (author)2016-01-23

Cool! I will try to do it.

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banndit12 (author)2016-01-12

I love it!

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HijabA (author)2015-06-25

i dont understand step 3

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ktana (author)HijabA2015-08-10

Cut the part with the solid line, leaving the dotted line intact.

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kimiya98 (author)2014-02-05

i like it

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Bio: Hi everyone! Here I have posted some of the instructions from our project ‘Kirigami for Kids’. The idea behind this project was to simplify the ... More »
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