Candy Robot Valentines

We have a lot of playdates with friends.  It’s wonderful!  We go to my work and the kids run through the school screaming, playing tag.  They run until they can’t run anymore and then we make a craft.  I love that both my kids love to make crafts.  And this was definitely a fun one!  It’s super similar to our Juice Box Robots that we made for my daughter’s birthday last year but I didn’t even think about making them with all candy until I saw these over on Seasonal Expressions.
My kids had a blast creating, glueing (and in my daughter’s case, eating)!  Look at the great creations they made.
Totally cute, right?!?!  And what a great time with friends.
How cute!
I’m linking to the parties on my sidebar!
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  1. I am drawn to robots, lately. What a fun and unique craft. Makes me miss the days you could send your kids to school with candy on Valentine’s day. Truly and adorable Tutorial.

  2. How adorable – these are fun even for grown ups.

  3. how CUTE! these would be a hit that is for sure.

  4. I am sure the kids had a blast making these

  5. These are ADORABLE! 🙂 I did something similar a couple of years ago using juice boxes, Fruit Roll-Ups and various candies. The kids in my son’s class LOVED them! Unfortunately our school no longer allows any edible Valentines. 🙁 No candy, no cookies, nothing.

  6. Super cute Erin! Just might make those for my kids 🙂
    mickey

  7. Absolutely adorable and they look super fun to make and eat:) I want to make one.

  8. Just stopped by to say I love your blog. Very creative! ~Krista

  9. These are adorable!! My daughter would have a blast with them. Stopping by from Everything Under the Moon checking out all of your new fun projects 🙂 Would love it you would stop by and give us a visit sometime.

    Im hosting a giveaway for My Memories Software. Would love for you to enter 🙂 http://everything-underthemoon.blogspot.com/2012/01/giveaway-and-big-thank-you.html

    Have a great weekend!!

  10. Ha! These are so cute and clever!!! Such a great idea!
    gatheredinthekitchen.com

  11. Cute! I love your blog! So much fun.

  12. These are FABULOUS! Totally gonna make these for my kiddos at school! 🙂

  13. Kids make some crafting creation is look so fabulous.I really like this type of art for the valentine specials.

  14. These are sooo cute!! You are way clever. I shared this with my facebook readers here: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Living-Life-Intentionally/261252997248957 – thanks for linking up to TGIF! Have a GREAT weekend,
    Beth =-)

  15. This is such a fun idea!! Thanks for sharing at my party 🙂

  16. Another cute idea!

  17. Such a fun idea! Thank you for sharing it at Sharing Saturday! We look forward to seeing what you will share next week!

  18. Featuring on Thursday at Bacon Time 🙂

  19. Pinned! Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday!

  20. What kind of glue did you use? I wasn’t sure if one is better than another. Love this idea!!

  21. Melissa – if you have a low temp glue gun, that works best. Otherwise we use Aleene’s Original Tacky Glue.

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