Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet

Surprise someone special with this Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet!

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little Home

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I’ve always loved origami. It’s just so satisfying to create something cute out of a simple piece of paper, so I thought it would be fun to fold up something sweet for Valentine’s Day. After a little searching, I stumbled across a 3D origami heart and fell in love. It was just what I had in mind.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I displayed my sweet Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet in my new Reclaimed Barnwood Mason Jar Wall Planter that bambeco sent me. It’s the perfect thing to help organize my work area, plus display my cute bouquet.

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little HomeI used two jars to hold pens and markers, and my Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet was the perfect touch for the center jar.

This cute bouquet makes a super sweet Valentine’s Day surprise. The origami hearts are easy to make – no crazy folding techniques here – and are a great way to showcase your favorite papers or even recycle old magazines.

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet Supplies | Hello Little HomeWant to make your own Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet? Here’s what you’ll need:

These Origami Puffy Hearts couldn’t be easier to make!

  1. Fold the lower left point of the paper strip over to meet the right side, forming a triangle.
  2. Continue folding the paper around the triangle until about 2 inches remain. Keep your folds as crisp and straight as possible.
  3. Fold the excess paper over, then tuck it into the open end of the folded triangle.
  4. Use your scissors to round the ends of the long side.
  5. Press your finger into the middle of the long side, creating an indentation and puffing out the heart.
  6. Wrap a skewer with washi tape. (I left some skewers plain, too.)
  7. Insert the skewer between the folds of paper on the bottom of the heart.

Step-by-step instructions for making an Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... makes a super sweet Valentine's Day gift! | Hello Little HomeTip: before inserting the skewer into the heart, you may want to add a drop of glue to the tip to hold the heart in place.

To create the bouquet, I gathered a few of the hearts together, wrapped them in newspaper, and then secured the paper with string.  It’s such a cute way to present this Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet to a friend or loved one!

The rounded ends of the hearts are open, so you could even string them together to create a Valentine’s Day bunting. I may do that next!

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little HomeThe bouquet is the perfect touch to my new bambeco planter!

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little HomeHere’s a look at the wall where I have this hung. My desk still needs some work before it makes it’s blog debut, but this is a great start toward creating a more inspiring space!

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little HomeI had so much fun selecting a few of my favorite Valentine’s Day gifts from bambeco. It was almost impossible to narrow down my choices though, so make sure to stop by their website to see the entire Valentine’s Day collection.

My favorite Valentine's Day Gifts from bambeco! | Hello Little HomeArtisanal Organic Dried Herb Heart Wreath.  This gorgeous wreath makes a cute holiday decoration, as well as a sweet reminder of your love throughout the year!

Just for Him Gift Set. Let’s face it, Valentine’s Day is mostly for the ladies. So surprise your guy with something that’s just for him!

Rioja Recycled Glass Soy Candle in Spice. I love this beautiful candle, and you can even reuse the container once the candle is gone. It also comes in Bayberry and Spruce scents.

Red Amaryllis. Give flowers that lasts longer than a week! Once the gorgeous red blooms fade, use the striking pot to hold another plant.

Organic Hydrating Spa Gift Set. Pamper a friend or loved one with this luxurious set.

Chocolate Lover’s Gift Set.  I love a gift that you can share! Light the candle, then enjoy the chocolate … maybe with a glass or two of wine.

Edible Flower Gift Set. This gorgeous set is another gift that keeps on giving. Plant the seeds now, and you’ll have pretty and delicious flowers to add to a meal later.

Origami Puffy Heart Bouquet ... a sweet DIY Valentine's Day gift that anyone would love! Learn how to make these easy origami puffy hearts in a step by step tutorial. | Hello Little HomeAre you planning to surprise your loved ones with something special this Valentine’s Day?

Disclosure: I received the Reclaimed Barnwood Mason Jar Wall Planter from bambeco for review. All opinions are my own, and I only recommend products and companies that I love.

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