This may be obvious to some of you, but given what people search for this time of year, I know there are many of you who want to know how to cut a heart out of paper.
The other day my three-year old and I were making a gazillion Valentine’s cards and I snapped a few photos of our heart-cutting process. She’s at that age where she gets a thrill from practicing her cutting skills, which made this an engaging project for her.
You’ll love how simple this is! In just three easy steps, you’ll turn into a heart-cutting machine.
If you have a small child in your life, this could be a great way to work on those scissor skills. The top right heart (below) was cut out by my three-year old who could do this activity for hours.
How to cut a heart out of paper in 3 easy steps
- Fold a piece of paper in half
- Draw a half-heart shape along the folded edge of the paper
- Cut the heart out
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