I'm not sure if you already know the facts, but Wonderful Halos mandarins are a sweet, seedless, easy-to-peel snack that’s are healthy and only about 50 calories. Each Wonderful Halo provides almost 45 percent of the recommended daily value of Vitamin C and they are non-GMO Project Verified.
Show some love by creating these adorable projects from Wonderful Halos Valentine’s Day Crafts, Tissue-Wrapped Halos, Halos Origami Heart and Halo Heart Box.
You Will Need-
– one Wonderful Halo
– a sheet of green craft paper
– a sheet of tissue paper
– a spool of ribbon
– a pair of scissors
1. Cut a 9” x 3” piece of tissue paper.
2. Fold it in half lengthwise and place a Halo in the center.
3. Cut a small leaf out of the craft paper and crease it slightly down the center.
4. Write a sweet message of your choice and cut a small hole in one end of the leaf.
5. Cut a 6” length of ribbon and thread it through the hole in the leaf.
6. Wrap the tissue paper around the Halo and tie it together with the ribbon.
You Will Need-
– a 9” x 9” square of craft paper
This valentine does require a series of origami paper folds and it's recommended to follow along with the video for the best results.
1. Cut out our template and trace it onto your card stock.
2. Cut out the card stock.
3. Fold the pattern’s sides up to form a box, and place a Halo in the center.
4. Slide the interlocking tabs together to form a heart and make sure the box is nice and even on all sides.
Find more Wonderful Halos information and fun ideas at www.halosfun.com
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