White and pink hanging design shown with 4 hearts made from printer paper,
and a upper red heart has 6 hearts made of card stock.
Step 1: Supplies
The number of sheets will be determined by size of hearts you make and how many you choose to use in your project.
Optional: clothespins if glue is not quick drying
Step 2: Step 1 Fold and Trace
Draw the cut and the fold lines on page with the center of the heart touching the creased edge. The solid lines are the cut lines and the dots show where the folds will be. I used marker here so you could see it more clearly, but use pencil so the lines won’t show and bleed through your project.
Step 3: Step 2 Cut and Crease
Cut the top curve and then the bottom straight part of the other 2 hearts. Be sure to leave a small part of paper between the upper and lower parts of the outline. Fold on crease lines – fold both forward and back.
Step 4: Step 3 Popping Out
Step 5: Step 4 Glue the Parts
Stack 2nd cutout over first, add glue to new top edge and continue till you have assembled the number of hearts you want to use for your project.
Step 6: Step 4 Make the Card
Shown first with only 1 popout and again with 3.
Step 7: Step 5 Make the Hanging Decoration
Add thread or fishing line and when dry, hang.
A 4 hearts hanging shown.