Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Cupid's Arrows, super quick Valentines treat.


All you need is a bag of pretzels and some jelly hearts.


 Gently push the jelly hearts onto the tops of the pretzels.


Wow. Take a breather. Stretch out your arms.

Ready for the next step?

Alright, now cut the center out of a jelly heart and stick it onto the other side.


Phew! 
You're doing great. Don't quit on me now.  We're almost done.

Print out a few tags... 



And bag them.
Nicely done!

I accidentally bought cherry hearts instead of cinnamon. Blahhhhh!
At least I won't be tempted to eat them all myself.
Don't think I haven't eaten a few....even though I don't like them. 
Dang that sweet tooth.

21 comments:

  1. so cute! where did you get the Jelly hearts?

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  2. Oh my gosh -- those are adorable!

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  3. They sell them at Walmart. They're back by all the Valentine goodies.

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  4. These are so fun! Thanks for your tutorial too, although you nearly lost me. Ha,Ha! Love your humor. :)

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  5. These are really cute!!! What a fun idea! I love jelly hearts too. Cinnamon is better than cherry.

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  6. mmmmm what if you dipped these in CHOCOLATE! It might turn out weird but it would be Gooooooood!

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  7. Seriously cute! I may have to try these ;)
    Stef
    itsallinmyheadstefsblog.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a cute and simple idea ... I love it. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. what a genius idea! Great downloads too!

    hugs! Kim @ Party Frosting!

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  10. Super cute. Can you imagine the double goodness if they were choc or white almond bark covered!?

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  11. I am going to make these for my daughter's class treat for her Valentine's Day party at school. Cute and simple idea! Love it!!

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  12. What an awesome idea! I am going to make them for my children's teachers! I can't wait to see their faces!

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  13. We are making these in my daughters 4th grade class party, per her request. :) They are adorable! I think even the boys will like them!

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  14. Love them! So simple and oh so cute! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  15. Very cute idea! I just had to follow you once I saw you had 1,999 followers and I would get to be number 2,000! Congrats on your great blog!

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  16. I'm making these tomorrow with my second graders. Then we will write a "how-to essay" explaining how to make them. I thought it would be an easy one! Thanks for sharing!

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