Valentine Cupid Arrows

It seems crazy that Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. Heck, it was just Christmas! I have a love-hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. I love doing things with my kids and making crafts and things like that. But the adult part of Valentine’s Day kind of makes me want to barf. I know. I’m sorry to all you Valentine’s Day, mushy love kind of people out there. Being single for the last 6 years has skewed my opinion a little =o)
But regardless of my thoughts on the holiday, we love to make little treats for friends, class mates and teachers!  This is a very easy and fun craft to make.  I found this one last year on Disney’s Family Fun site (I’m pretty sure.)  It’s not on there this year so I apologize if this is incorrect!
You will need:
* wooden skewers
* packs of gum (the stick kind works best)
* heart gummies
* red streamer paper
Skewer a pack of gum with the wooden skewer.  Stick a heart gummy on one end and on the other end, glue the streamer paper and cut into strips.  Easy, right?
And you have Valentine Cupid Arrows!
I’m linking to the parties on my sidebar.
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  1. Love your idea in a mushy kind of way!

  2. So fun! My boys would totallt use the skewers as weapons though! Lol

  3. Love this! Great idea! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting on the Cheesy Chicken Penne Pasta! You should definitely give this a try. It is so easy and absolutely delicious! Have a great day!

  4. This is so cute!! Great idea 🙂

  5. oooh you are so great! These are the BESTEST!!

  6. Oh for cuteness sakes!!! LOVE THAT! Pinned! Would you please share this with our readers for Fun Stuff Fridays?

  7. What a fun idea!

  8. I just popped in to view some of crafts. I was on your site so long, I can’t even remember where I linked in from. Your kids have great, happy smiles!

  9. What a simple idea for Valentine’s!! would really love it if you could share this on Sharing Saturday here –

    Thanks so much and have a great weekend.


  10. such a cute idea, now can you make 60 of them for all 3 of my kids to give away at school.. hope you have a wonderful weekend.

  11. Super cute!

  12. I’ve never seen this before! I love it! It’s so clever. Thanks for linking it up to my Valentine Link Party! I appreciate you doing that!

  13. So crafty cute!! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a great week,
    Beth =-)

  14. oh my word that is CUUUUUUTE!!!!

  15. So cute Erin! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  16. Loving it! Easy, original, and totally cute! Thanks for sharing at Shine on Fridays!

  17. Love this idea! It’s such a cute and fun project to do with your kids. Thanks for sharing!1

  18. Erin, these are so cute! I hope you stop over and share at my new party:

    I hope to see you soon 🙂

  19. Oh, this is such a cute idea! I always make little valentines for my nieces, and this will be perfect! Thanks for sharing such a great idea!

  20. Such a wonderful, creative and fun valentine!!

  21. Love it!! I posted a link to this on my blog…thru my pinterest board.
    Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

  22. So cute and easy! Love it! Thanks so much for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday! Hope to see you again this week 🙂

  23. I love this! How will we ever be able to choose between the gnomes and these cute arrows???