Make This Adorable Origami Heart Bouquet and Garland

Join me as I share a way to add a wonderful pop of color to your day! Learn how to make this origami heart bouquet and garland in just 30-minutes!

Learn how to make an origami heart bouquet or an adorable garland

A few years ago, I shared this ridiculously quick and wonderfully fun origami heart craft. I made a bouquet and a garland from these puffy hearts, and both make a serious impact in any space.

Psst: it’s so stinkin’ adorable to make tiny origami hearts and use them as table scatter or vase filler.

How to Make an Origami Heart

The wonderful part about this quick origami craft is that you can customize it to any theme or color. We used three sizes of origami paper and they all turned out well.

My daughter is 6 now and can make these on her own (using a 5-inch by 5-inch piece of origami paper). And this fun origami craft is great for those rainy days when you need to add a pop of color or turn off the screens.

How to Make the Origami Heart Bouquet

If you want to get started making your hearts, check out this quick video below (or follow the instructions in this image I made).

Make this amazing origami heart bouquet for Mother's Day

Video Tutorial: Origami Heart

Bright, colorful, fun, and easy – now that’s my kind of craft! Click here or on the image below to see the post and join in the fun!

Learn how to make origami hearts and then put them in a bouquet or make an origami heart garland! #origami #heartcrafts #origamiheart #valentinesday #garlandideas #rufflesandrainboots



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  1. How flippin’ cute are these! I LOVE. Thanks so much for linking up with us at Hump Day Happenings!! Hope to see you next week!

  2. So cute and colorful! Definitely a fun Valentine project. Thank you for sharing it at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great weekend!


  3. LOVE and Pinned! I would love to make these but my creative daughter would love to make them also. Linking up from Hump Day Happenings.

  4. This is so dang cute girl! Even though Valentine’s is over I might have to make myself some! :D

  5. I am going to have to visit and find out how to make those. I just love your crafts, they’re always so beautiful and you make it seem so easy to do. :)

    1. Thank you for the invitation, Camille – I just love your blog and am thankful to have been able to contribute. :)

  6. Oooh, these are so beautiful and whimsical! I just love it.

    I’m all thumbs when it comes to origami but I’m going to try this out because it’s simply irresistible!

    1. Rainbow Brite – oh my goodness, now that’s bringin’ me back! I remember dressing up as miss Brite for Halloween and having my Dad say, “Oh Good God” when I walked out of the bedroom.

      I considered it a job well done…