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Cute Valentine ideas for him: Valentine Candy Heart
Valentine’s Day is a holiday of love. On this day, we show our sweethearts, family, and friends how much we love them. Are you on the lookout for cute Valentine ideas for him that will warm his heart? Special Valentines Day gifts for him? Consider giving homemade Valentine's Day gifts this year. For example, a sweet Valentine heart below makes an adorable Valentines gift for boyfriend or husband.
Homemade gifts make people feel deeply appreciated. Giving delicious homemade Valentines gifts will sure put a smile on their face. Check out more Valentines gift ideas like this beautiful DIY Candy Bouquet with Kit Kat candy bars.
To make this Valentine candy heart centerpiece, you will need: Styrofoam, candy with red wrappers, red tissue paper, narrow Scotch tape, and a low-temperature glue gun.
Step 1. Cut a heart out of a Styrofoam sheet. Or you can buy a ready-to-use Styrofoam heart disk. The heart can be any size you want. The bigger it is, the more candy you will need. In this example it is about 8 x 5.5 inches.
Step 2. Wrap the Styrofoam heart with red tissue paper, securing it with glue (use a glue stick or hot glue).
Finally, I cut a heart out of red tissue paper and glued it on top.
Step 3. Prepare candy with red wrappers. For example, you can use Lindt® chocolate truffles or cinnamon disks. You can also use chocolate pieces, for example, Crunch® hearts.
European candies are used for this candy heart arrangement.
Step 4. Secure candy pieces to the foam with hot glue, starting with the perimeter and working towards the center.
Step 5. Decide where approximately you want to insert an arrow. Glue candy pieces to the side of the Valentine heart to the places you are planning for your arrow to go through.
Step 6. Make an arrow. Take two bamboo skewers and secure them together with Scotch tape or floral tape.
Make an arrow tail from paper, feather pieces, or cellophane as in this example. I attached a piece of gold cello to one end of the arrow with Scotch tape.
Insert an arrow into the heart (it goes through from one side to the other). Then glue an arrow tip.
Step 7. Cover the rest of the side of the Valentine heart with candy.
Step 8. You can glue a "face" to your candy heart. You can find and print the face from the Internet or make it yourself using colored paper and felt-tip pens or pencils. You can make eyes yourself or buy ready-to-use plastic eyes in a craft store.
Instead of an arrow, you can insert “hands” to the sides.
If you would like to share your Valentine ideas for him, I would be happy to post them on my site.
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