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Make hanging hearts from maps

Map hearts to make

Enlarge the template to about 12cm high and cut out. Choose the areas of map you want to use, and cut out two heart shapes.

Cut a piece of string the required length and fold in half, to form the hanging loop. Sandwich the ends of the string between the two hearts and stitch them together 5mm from the outer edge, leaving a gap in one side.

Insert a small amount of polyester toy stuffing to slightly puff out the heart. Sew up the gap in the stitching and hang up.

Polyester toy filling, John Lewis (0845 604 9049)

Feature: Kirsty Robertson. Photos: Richard Burns

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