Step 1: Gather Supplies
- Paper (I use newspaper or pages from a phone book)
- Glue Stick
Step 2: Cutting Out Usable Strips
For this project we need strips of three different lengths, as follows:
1) The inside strip should measure 5 1/2 inches long
2) The middle strip should measure 7 inches long
3) The outside strip should measure 8 1/2 inches long
You can choose to make them longer or shorter than my suggested lengths, however, I have found that these work best. Any longer and the strips become too floppy to resemble a heart.
Also do not stress about making the lines perfectly straight, it is okay if they are a little wobbly.
Step 3: Half A Heart
Then glue the ends of the outside strip to the ends of the middle strip to make an even larger arch above the already existing arch.
Step 4: Two Halves Make a Whole
Once you have two halves, cut another strip of paper around 7 inches long (this measurement doesn't really matter, it just needs to be longer then the smallest strip)
This new strip is going to be "sandwiched" between the two halves of the heart and act as a support.
To start gluing take an end of one of the halves and glue the inside of it to the end of the new strip you just cut. Then glue an inside end of the other heart on the other side of the new strip to complete the "end sandwich". (Refer to picture if you get confused)