To make the figure of an easy paper heart, step by step, we must first fold a square of paper in half. Of course, we have to turn it, so that initially we can see it as if it were a diamond. The upper tip of the sheet must be turned downwards, so that it comes together, with the upper part of it. We must fold it all well, previous step to reopen the sheet.
At this point, we must get a square of 15 cm by 15 cm, that is 6 inches by 6 inches. Although this, as he says can be done to the consumer’s taste, because any size is good, provided everything is fair, because otherwise we would not be before a square, it would be a rectangle or something else. That is, we always have to get a perfect square, with four sides exactly the same.
Once again, we must pay attention to the fact that the paper looks like a diamond, more than a square. And we explain it below. The dotted corners should always be directed to the top, as well as to the bottom, never to the corners that have a flat shape. And as a next step, you have to open the sheet of paper once more, so that it returns to its original state, in the form of a square, or a diamond, before proceeding to continue.
Next, we must fold the painting in half, but in the opposite direction. In this case, it is necessary to leave the left tip in the middle up, so that it meets the right tip. To continue, with the next action, we must fold the paper well, previous step to unfold it to its original form.
Next, we have to face a diamond with two marks bent perpendicularly. One of these marks, goes from side to side, and the other from the upper part to the lower part, that is to say crossing both. The two marks must converge right in the center of the paper, after having made these marks.
With the lower tip pointing up, the lower tip meets the upper edge, the lower tip covering the bent upper part. We must have six points, three on the left and three on the right.
Then, you have to bend both sides, the right and the left, towards the central fold, leaving the lower edge created previously, in two parts that meet in the middle.
At this point, you have to turn your heart again. You have to turn around the draft of the figure, making the fold on the other side, which will be the back. We must have five corners, two superiors, two on the sides and one inferior.
You have to bend the tips, inwards, to round the sharp edges. Each fold has to create a corner on the horizontal line, which falls below the triangular peaks of the heart. For the upper corners, you have to bend the tips, to match the side corners. Turning the heart around, we would have the heart of paper folded.