Introduction: Knex Heart for Valentine's Day
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!!!Roses are red, violets are blue, I made this heart just for you!! Hey, so here is a knex heart I made for Valentine's Day. It really doesn't do anything, but I think it looks pretty good...
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Step 1: The Base
First off you will need to build this part. It's going to be the base for which this heart will stand. It's not that hard to build, so it shouldn't take long.
Step 2: The Point
In this step we will build bottom or point of the heart.
First build what you see in the first picture. Don't forget the white rods.
Next you need to build one of those same panels just without the rods.
After that get two red connectors and slide them over the shown rods.
Then get the panel without rods and snap it onto the rest.
Now go get the parts in the picture, then slide the white rod through the hole shown. Then snap the base to the point and add the two green rods.
Step 3: Quick Add
Make these two parts and add them onto the point.
Step 4: The Sides
First make these parts, and then add the two red connectors.
Now add a white rod to one of the parts. Line them both up and snap them together.
Now you'll have to repeat this step again. You need two of these.
Step 5: Connecting the Sides to the Point
Just line up the sides and the point and snap them together.
Step 6: The Top
First build the parts in the first two pictures. The connect them like so, and add the other two red connectors.
Now you need to build this arrow type thing, and these other two pieces. Slide the "arrow" over thewhite rods like so, and add two red connectors.
Now slide a white rod through the hole show, and then snap the two pieces together. Then line up the other side and snap it together also.
Now repeat this step so you have two of these.
Step 7: Connecting It All
First build the part in the first picture. Then line up the top pieces and snap them together.
Next add two white rods (where you put them is marked on the pictures). Then build this part and add it on.
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