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Valentine’s Day gift ideas:
Candy Centerpiece

Looking for Valentine’s Day gift ideas? Here is one: make a candy centerpiece gift.

Candy centerpieces make cute Valentine’s Day gifts. The candy bouquet below is easy to make; it takes about 30 minutes.

More delicious Valentine's Day Gift Ideas to be inspired.

Valentines Day gift ideas - candy centerpiece

Materials needed: a Valentine’s Day mug, floral foam or Styrofoam, KitKat fun size candy bars, valentine candy hearts, wooden skewers, narrow red and pink ribbon, a balloon, and tools (a low temperature glue gun with a glue stick, clear packing tape, and scissors).

Valentine’s day gift ideas – Step 1. Prepare a themed mug. Take floral foam or Styrofoam, cut it to the appropriate size and insert it into the mug.

Valentines Day mug - step 1

Valentine’s day gift ideas – Step 2. Make 'candy flowers'.

a) Prepare chocolate hearts and wooden skewers.

If you live outside of the USA and can’t find candy hearts in solid colored red or pink wrappers, cut hearts out of red or pink tissue paper or cellophane and secure them on top of candy hearts with tiny pieces of Scotch tape.

Candy hearts - step 2a

Valentine candy hearts

Thread two hearts on to a wooden skewer (insert the sharp end of the skewer into the candy hearts). Don’t let the tip of the skewer go right through the top chocolate heart.

Candy flowers out of candy hearts

Making candy flowers using valentine chocolate hearts

b) Prepare KitKat fun size candy bars and wooden skewers.

Note: You can use valentine candy instead of regular candy.

Using clear packing tape or hot glue (use a low-temperature glue gun), attach a wooden skewer to the back of each candy bar.

Candy centerpiece tutorial - step 2b

Cute Valentine’s day gifts – Step 3.

Prepare narrow red and pink ribbon (1/2" sheer ribbon in this example) or Valentine's Day ribbon. Cut a piece of ribbon and tie a small bow at the base of each 'candy flower'.

Valentine's Day candy crafts - step 3

Cute Valentine’s day gifts - Step 4. Arrange the pieces of candy in the mug the way you want.

candy crafts - step 4a

Cute Valentine's Day gifts - candy centerpiece

Step 5. Don’t forget to insert pieces of candy in to the back of the centerpiece. The candy bouquet should look good from all sides.

Back view of the Candy Centerpiece

Valentine's Day crafts

Step 6. Cover the floral foam with red or pink shredded paper, or decorative plastic grass, etc.

Step 7. You can secure a bow to the front of the candy centerpiece.

Step 8. You can add a themed decorative spray or a balloon as a finishing touch.

Valentine's Day candy centerpiece gift idea

I would love to see your Valentine's Day gift ideas.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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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