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Homemade Valentine's Day Gifts:
Candy Bouquet

If you are looking for homemade Valentines Day gifts, the Candy Bouquet below is one of them. Homemade gifts are inexpensive and fun to make and are always appreciated, as they make the recipient feel special. Candy bouquets make nice and unique homemade valentine gifts that have that personal touch. Instructions on how make this candy bouquet found below will help you to make your own Valentine’s Day candy bouquet within one hour. I hope you will enjoy making this candy arrangement.

Note: This Valentines candy craft project is only for your personal use. It is copyrighted.

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To make this Valentines Day candy craft, you will need: a red decorative bucket, floral foam, red shredded paper, Valentine’s candy pieces (I bought some of them in Wal-Mart and others in Walgreens), a small heart-shaped box of candy, lollipop sticks, Popsicle sticks, a low temperature glue gun with glue sticks, a Valentine’s balloon, curling ribbon, and tools (scissors and wire cutters).

homemade Valentine's Day gifts - candy bouquet

Homemade Valentines Day Gifts - Step 1. Prepare a St. Valentine’s themed container and floral foam. I used a red decorative bucket that you can buy in Wal-Mart for $1 or $2.

Homemade Valentines Day Gifts - step 1

Homemade Valentines Day Gifts - Step 2. Using your container as a guide cut the floral foam to the proper size so it fits snugly into the container. The foam should sit a little bit lower than the rim of the container.

Valentines Day candy bouquet - step 2

Homemade Valentines Day Gifts - Step 3. Cover the foam with red shredded paper.

homemade valentines gifts - step 3

Homemade Valentines Gift Ideas - Step 4. Let's prepare the candy pieces for insertion into the foam.

a) Prepare the Valentine’s Day candy and one small heart-shaped box of candy and lollipop sticks and/or Popsicle sticks. You can buy lollipop sticks and Popsicle sticks at your local craft store.

Homemade Valentines Gift Ideas - step 4a

b) Using hot glue (use a low temperature glue gun), attach a lollipop stick or Popsicle stick to the back of each piece of candy. Hold it for a few seconds until the glue cools and the candy piece is secured to the stick. You can apply a piece of scotch tape over it.

homemade valentine gifts- step 4b

To secure the heart-shaped box of candy well use a Popsicle stick rather than a lollipop stick. If you need to extend the length of the stick, glue another Popsicle stick to the first Popsicle stick overlapping them by approximately an inch.

Homemade gift ideas for valentines day - step 4c

Homemade valentines gifts - Step 5. Insert the candy into the foam.

a) Insert 3 pieces of candy in the first row creating a fan pattern. Push the sticks all the way into the foam.

homemade valentines gifts - step 5a

b) Arrange the other candy pieces in 2-4 rows. The 2nd row is higher than the 1st one, and the 3rd row is higher than the 2nd one.

valentines day gift ideas - step 5b

Valentines day craft - Step 6. Add a decorative element to the bouquet.

a) Take a small Valentine’s balloon (I bought the balloon at a local grocery store). Tie pieces of red, pink, and white curling ribbon to the balloon stick just beneath the bottom of the balloon.

Valentines Day craft- step 6a

Insert the balloon at the back of the arrangement in the center. Separate the curling ribbon strands.

b) Or you can add any other decorative element to your bouquet.

cute Valentine's Day gifts

You can even add a small stuffed toy and wrap the bouquet in cellophane.

Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your loved ones!

Candy arrangements ebook "If you want to quickly and easily learn how to make candy bouquets either to start your own business or just to be able to make amazing memorable gifts for any occasion, check out my valuable illustrated Step-by-Step Candy Bouquet eBooks"

Lana Glass
Founder of the Site "Incredible Edible Crafts"

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