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Directions for how to create Valentine Heart Napkins: Courtesy of the book Napkin Folds by Bridget Jones and Madeline Brehaut. You'll need a cotton/polyester napkin that will hold a crease. 1. Fold the napkin in half, bringing the top edge down and towards you. 2. Fold it almost in half again, bringing the bottom edges up just short of the top. 3. With a finger at the centre bottom, fold both sides up to meet in the middle. 4. Turn the napkin over, keeping the point towards you. Fold...