Paper Heart Wreath for any Holiday

We are having fun making paper hearts today!

                       paper heart wreath with red, white and pink

In my Pre K class, it began as a fun project with one child.

          child cutting paper heart wreaths

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It grew to a table full of 4 and 5 year old's learning to use the stapler and hole punch for the first time.

This is a great fine motor activity for kids!

                                          paper heart ornament

These were my samples... needless to say theirs didn't look quite as symmetrical.

The children were very proud of their creations none the less.

red paper heart

It was fun watching their eyes light up when they saw the strips of paper turn into hearts.

row of paper hearts

Then their strings of hearts turn into wreaths.

We used strips of 1 1/2" card stock strips.

Hold together two strips and bend over each side to make a loop on each side. 

Staple the 2 loops together then add 2 more under the first two and staple. 

Continue until you have a long strip of loops, then staple them together in a circle. 

paper heart wreath

pink, red, and white paper heart wreath

With all this pink and heart fun, could a request for rainbow hearts be far behind?

multi colored paper heart wreath 

colored paper heart wreath

And how about a Christmas wreath?


Just use green card stock and add a bow!

green wreath with red bow 

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paper hearts with overlay

It is really fun being a preschool teacher!


  Happy Valentine's Day!

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .