A little something for your sweetheart or your best friend – little paper hearts will give a lovely pendant for your breakfast place setting. If you like you may even add a small chocolate heart. For Valentine’s day you should choose paper in red shades.
You’ll need six hearts for every pendant to be cut out by hand or with a paper punch. Fold the hearts along the center line and glue them together with one half of their backside. Before adding the last heart just place a small ribbon in the middle. Decorate it with a pearl if you like and if you do have some at hand.
Lucky owners of paper punches will be able to produce lots of hearts and circles in the twinkling of an eye. These will delight you beyond Valentine’s day. I took some papers matching with my kitchen colors and made a lot of hearts and circels. I joined six of them with a nice ribbon and suspended them on a winter branch without leaves. Both, hearts and circles are moving with the lightest breeze and make me dream when puttering around in my kitchen. Down in the left corner of my picture you can see a wonderful paper diamond which I will explain to you within the next days.