How to Make a Heart Shaped Fox Card

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Use paper heart cutouts to assemble this cute fox shaped card for your Valentine. Easy to follow instructions follow.


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This is a cute and easy card to make out of paper cutouts of hearts and triangles. Make one for the one you love. :)

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 1 card


  • red, white, and pink craft paper
  • pencil
  • scissors
  • glue
  • pen


  1. To make the card base, cut out a long rectangle of white paper then fold it in half.
  2. To make the fox's head, fold a piece of red paper in half and draw half a heart at the spine.
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  4. Cut out the heart.
  5. To make the fox's muzzle, cut out a smaller white heart.
  6. To make the ears, cut out 2 triangles from the red paper.
  7. Then cut out 2 smaller triangles of white paper.
  8. Glue the white pieces onto the red pieces.
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  10. Glue the white heart onto the bottom of the red heart.
  11. Add a line of glue at the bottoms of the ears then attach to the round tops of the big red heart.
  12. Glue the fox head onto the card base, leaving the ears to overhang off the edge.
  13. Give the fox eyes and a nose.
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  15. Write "You're a Fox" onto a piece of pink paper.
  16. Cut it out and glue it to the bottom of the card.
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