Normally, I wouldn't even attempt origami. I have tried in the past and always get hopelessly confused. Unlike the rest of the family, I struggle to cope with three dimensional work. (Like his dad, my son is already a great engineer and at 4, follows lego instructions better than me.) I found this so easy though, because the instructions are so clear and can be paused. Also, the young instructor doesn't assume that just because you did a fold on one side, it doesn't mean you can extrapolate and do the same on the other sides! That's my level of difficulty. Why don't you have a go and then decorate your hearts with glitter, buttons or anything else for the Oakdale Christmas Tree for this year's Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary's? It's on the 7th December, if you want to put it in your diaries.
Here is a photo of last year's, which had groups from all over the town bringing their own unique and creative interpretations of the theme. This year, the theme is, "The Light of Love". St Mary's is a Grade I listed medieval church, so is a perfect backdrop for the sparkling lights of the trees, which get reflected in the sheer glass front of the Bathurst Chapel. Come and see!