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This is the darling Valentine's version of my candy pumpkin bracelet...I couldn't resist!

I followed the same directions (click HERE for tutorial), but I did learn a few things.

1. This candy is softer than candy pumpkins, so the needle will go through quite easily. Make sure you use a needle with a large eye, so you can get the floss through.

2. Softer candy means there will be some "goo" left on the floss as the heart slides on. It didn't affect the way the bracelet looked at all, and after all the hearts were on, I just used a damp rag to wipe it off before tying it closed.

3. I used about 9 hearts for my girls' bracelets---they are 4 years old.


Wouldn't this be SO cute with cinnamon bears? It's travesty that they don't sell them in this town (at least that I have been able to find). Cinnamon hearts would also be darling. You could even use wrapped chocolates!!!

My girls loved helping with these! They would be perfect for parties, craft days for kids, and just for fun at home. Enjoy!


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  1. Anonymous says:

    So cute! I am hosting my first link party and would love for you to join in.

  2. Anonymous says:

    these are adorable!!
    My kids would love to help make these (if I could keep them from eating them) :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    cute idea! :)

  4. Anonymous says:

    I loved this when you made it with the pumkins and its just as cute with the candy hearts! Please come visit and link it up to Fantabulous Friday this week!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Kierste, these are super cute!!!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Mmmm, I bought some of these today! But I can't eat them until my cheat day on Sat. :( Doubt I'd be patient enough to make a bracelet out of them at that point… lol… but I love the idea! Kinda makes me want to trhow a Valentine's party!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Cute idea Kierste! I'd probably eat it as soon as I put it on my wrist! I don't think it would last long enough for a photo either… > o <

    bonita of Depict This!

  8. Anonymous says:

    I'm definitely saving this one for my son's preschool class! Thanks!

  9. Anonymous says:

    My granddaughters LOVED the pumpkin bracelets I made following your instructions so I know they'll be excited about these. Of course, they didn't last long for the younger two; the "gum" (code for anything sweet) was just too tempting. Thanks for all the cute ideas!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Awesome Kierste!! You don't have Cinnamon bears either?! I can't find them in Tulsa either. Sad, they are my favorite. As always, Love your stuff!! :)

  11. Anonymous says:

    Too Cute!! I am always looking for teacher treats for my son's teachers and I can't wait to do these for them!! You always have the best ideas and tutorials! I did the chocolate dipped candy canes and they were a HUGE hit!!! thanks!

  12. Anonymous says:

    SO cute…my Little man would be quite the Valentine's hit if he gave these to all the girls in his class…now I just need to come up with something for the boys.

    Just Another Day in Paradise

  13. Anonymous says:

    love it! i'm going to make these for my Little Flowers Catholic Girls Group. they will be perfect for our virtue study of the Love of God.

    i'll be sure to post lots of pics and post back to you.

  14. Anonymous says:

    I am making this for my kiddos.


  15. Anonymous says:

    Thia is such a cute idea! I just found your blog and I love it!!!!

  16. Anonymous says:

    nice blog.