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Craft tips, tricks, tutorials.

Craft tips, tricks, tutorials.

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1. A 3D heart

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

 2. An easy cardboard heart

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

3.   An embroidered heart

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

1. A 3D heart – You need cardboard and thread. Our discovery is the cardboard from the IKEA packaging:) – thin for cutting, but thick enough for the job.

  1. Cut two equal hearts
  2. Make two cuts in the hearts, namely in the upper part of the one heart, and in the lower part of the other.
  3. Make small cuts on the edges of the hearts which will keep the thread from moving.
  4. Put the two halves one into the other, and you are ready to start with the thread job.

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

2. An easy cardboard heart – cut a cardboard heart, make cuts on the edge and wine the thread as shown.

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

3.   An embroidered heart – In this case you need also a wooden spit for the holes and a tooth stick, instead of a needle.

  1. The wooden stick has a bigger diameter than the tooth stick, so it will be easier to put the improvised needle (the tooth stick) through the hole made by the stick.
  2. You have to glue the thread to the tooth stick very well.
  3. The embroidery variants are so many.

 See more St. Valentine’s Day ideas for crafts in KROKOTAK:[1]

Hearts from cardboard and thread – three variants

 

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