i made a few of these fun candy heart rings
for my daughter (and possibly, me :)
to wear on valentine's day.....
i spotted this idea in a magazine
my mom gave me
...they are super easy....
you only need a few things:
inexpensive ring blanks
and hot glue (i didn't use stronger glue
because i would like to recycle the ring blanks
for a real
i think you can figure out the rest....
....now, if she can just make it through 3rd hour
without eating it :)
Nobody told me we have candy hearts in the house.
so sweet, great idea!
thanks cindy and jennifer....
st....certainly couldn't announce that to the house if i wanted to get any of these made :)
So cute... and the comments especially made me chunkle!
awww...LOVE THESE! thank you for the great idea!! I'm going to make them for my niece! =) you're the best!!
so sweet! yeah, any form of candy does not stay long in my home too..this is a great idea for valentine's..
too, too cute!
these are great....love the you rock one! yessssss!
ooh! you could do a cluster of these with royal icing glue (after using hot glue on the initial, base one). then you really could eat them (except that initial, base one, of course)!
super cute idea.
These are beyond cute! Perfection! xoxo
love these :) i once asked a boy out using a conversation heart. i put a note in that said "be mine.. will you?" he didn't. hahahaha
They are AWESOME!
so. cute. :D
that is so cute!
So fun and cute. What a great idea! I wanted to let you know that I submitted this to the M&T Spotlight: http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight
and thanks so much laurel
that's so nice of you
simple clever brilliant!! Love this. I spotted on make and takes (up there) and linked on my site (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com).
Love this idea!
thanks so much for the nice comment...and for the link!
so glad you liked it and that you stopped by
Such a cute idea. I follow you as Kathy B. Come visit me sometimes, http://www.southernmadeintheshade.blogspot.com
So cute - and couldn't be easier to make. Can you get the ring blanks at a regular craft store like a Michael's or A.C. Moore?
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