3D Tissue Paper Heart Card

Grandparents' unconditional love and affection is the reason why children have a special bond with them.

It was that time of the year again when my daughter was eager to surprise her grandparents on their wedding anniversary. If you missed it, she made this Tree of Love for their anniversary two years ago. This year, she wanted to make a card and personalize it with a handwritten message for her grandparents. So, here we are with a lovely tissue paper heart card.


This makes a lovely DIY Mother's Day Card and Valentine's Day Card too. Such a fun process and a gorgeous end result are sure to delight the crafter and the special person receiving it.

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HOW TO MAKE TISSUE PAPER CARD?


MATERIALS:
Printed Tissue Paper
Cardstock Paper
Scissor
White Glue
Pencil


INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Fold a cardstock paper into half.

2. Trace the outline of the heart on one side.

3. Cut out roughly 1x1 inch square pieces of printed tissue paper.


4. Take a square piece of tissue paper and scrunch it on the flat end of the pencil.


5. Apply a small dab of glue on the flat end of the pencil covered with tissue paper. Carefully place the tissue paper inside the heart and taking the pencil out.

6. Repeat step 4-5 until the heart shape is nicely filled with tissue papers.


7. Let it dry for some time and then let the child personalize it with the message for loved ones.


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