Origami Heart Sucker Covers

    Posted by  ·  January 14, 2015

    Share a little love with these origami heart sucker covers. They are super simple to make…but super cute. I have a few other ways to gift a sucker for Valentine’s Day. You might like these printable ‘beary’ special lollipop covers or these printable sucker for love lollipop wraps. If you like to pair a cute saying with a small gift I have 100 printable Valentine ideas for you to browse.

    origami heart sucker covers

    Origami Heart Sucker Covers Supplies

    For each origami heart cover you need 1 triangle cut from a 7 inch square of scrapbooking paper, a sticker, and a flat sucker.

    origami heart sucker cover supplies

    How to make origami heart sucker covers

    Cut a 7 inch square from scrapbooking paper.  Cut the square in half to make two triangle. One triangle makes one sucker cover.

    origami heart sucker cover tutorialWith wrong side of paper facing up fold top corner of triangle to bottom edge. Write a little note inside if you like!

    heart origami step 2

    Fold up right edge of triangle to center.

    heart origami step 3

    Repeat, folding left edge of triangle to center.

    heart origami step 4

    Flip paper over. Fold top points down.

    heart origami step 6

    Flip paper back over and slightly open to insert sucker.

    heart origami step 8

    Fold back up and place a sticker where the two sides meet.

    heart origami tutorial

    Flip over and fold down the top and side edges on both sides.

    heart origami step 9

    A sweet treat for someone special. These origami heart sucker covers are a great project for kids to make for their friends.

    heart origami sucker cover

    They are perfect for classroom Valentines.

    heart origami valentine suckers



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    1. Lisa Coterillo
      Friday, February 6th, 2015
      How many triangles can you get from one piece of scrapbooking paper?
    2. Anita Tancraitor
      Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
      Love the idea. Do you use paper or card stock? Thank you.
      • Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
        I used paper. Have a great day!
    3. Elaine @cookinandcraftin.com
      Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
      I love this !! Great for those Valentine days Parties at school!! I pinned this!! Hey I would love for you to share your stuff on my link party on Thursday!! Here is cookinandcraftin.com/my-2-favorite-things-on-thursday-link-party-2/