Valentine’s Day season is in full swing, and we couldn’t be having more fun! Our delicious Sweethearts Candies are keeping our taste buds happy and also are inspiring our minds to really get creative with them! Today, we have yet another fun Valentine’s Day DIY made using our classic candy that will add a little bit of sweetness to your day! We believe it’s not Valentine’s Day unless there’s a little bit of love everywhere you go, and this adorable Sweethearts Candy Initial is just that perfect touch of love to sweeten your work space, especially if you’re dreading the terrible winter weather outdoors!
Enjoy the fun DIY & be sure to check in again for more Sweethearts Series ideas!
- Cardboard / card stock
- Pink construction paper
- Squeeze Glue Bottle or Glue Stick
1. Use a ruler to outline your Initial on thick cardboard or card stock.
2. Prior to cutting out your letter, lay out your Sweethearts on the outlined initial. This will help you see if you need to adjust the size of the letter to properly and securely fit your candies. (Tip: We took a picture of the proposed layout of the Sweethearts to reference later when we were gluing them down!)
3. Cut out your letter, and then use it as a stencil to trace out the initial on the construction paper as well. You will then need to cut out the construction paper letter.
4. Evenly spread the glue across the cardboard letter. (Tip: we used a scrap piece of the card stock as an edge to make sure the glue was spread across the entire letter in an even, smooth layer.) Take the construction paper cut out letter, and slowly place it onto the cardboard letter.
5. Firmly press these two layers together, ensuring all edges are secured tightly. Let dry completely.
6. Once dry, layout your Sweethearts on the letter, and then gently glue them on, one by one. Press down firmly on each heart to ensure they adhere properly.
7. Let dry completely, so when you prop it up, no Sweethearts fall off the paper. Once dry, you have the delightful task now to decide where you want to display your sweet creation! Enjoy!