Check these out from One Charming Party! How adorable are these little animal Valentines?? And the best thing, other than that they are FREE (download here)? You can fill them with super yummy Valentine’s Day candy! Hooray! Here are some suggestions: Conversation Hearts (duh!) Cherry Jelly Hearts Red and White Milkies Red Foil Milk Chocolate Hearts Photo Credits: One Charming Party
I guess I have a thing for red velvet cake these days. Maybe it’s because Valentine’s Day is just on the horizon so I’m wanting all of my sweet treats in red, pink and white,or maybe it’s because red velvet cake is delicious no matter what holiday is approaching and this red velvet popcorn should be a staple in your household all year round. Hmmmm. Regardless, this is something that.
Take a look at these adorable Valentine’s Day printables from Love The Day. So cute, right? And so simple – all you need to do is purchase the printable from their website (it’s only $5!) then stock up on some great Valentine’s Day lolli’s from our website. Conversation Twirl Pops Mom n Pops Valentine Heart Pops Red Foil Milk Chocolate Heart Pops Pink and White Whirly Pops Voila! Photo.
Ohhhh, I saw this delicious and easy recipe on Pizzazzerie.com and just had to share it here. It doesn’t matter to me that it’s been snowing here for days and we all have long underwear, leg warmers, and woolly socks on - I’m makin’ milkshakes! Are you interested in this recipe? Click here to jump on over to Pizzazzerie.com for the deets! Photo Credits: Pizzazzerie.com
All right, less than a month to go before Valentine’s Day, people. Time to kick it into high gear! For today’s post, we have our favorite (well, my favorite) Valentine’s Day sweets. All, of course, are available on our website – www.SweetCityCandy.com. You can click the link, or click on the “Store” tab at the top of this page. Hershey’s 7oz. Giant Silver Foil Kiss I always remember from elementary school.
Remember a few years ago when everyone thought that gold was tacky and silver was all the rage? And people hated their gold jewelry so much that they took it to jewelers or pawn shops and had it melted down for cash. And now suddenly gold is in again because we’re all poor from the bummer economy (and we melted all our gold, which is worth a LOT of money.
Look how cute these homemade “I’m Over the Rainbow For You!” Valentines are from Love The Day. Who wouldn’t love receiving one of these on Feb. 14? Especially little kiddies who exchange Valentines in their school classes, am I right? Here’s how easy this is – you can buy the tag from Love The Day for $5 and print out as many as you want or need. Then all you.
Are you a malt ball fan, like I am? I hadn’t had Whoppers in the longest time and over the holidays I found some stashed away in my mother’s pantry. So I indulged a little. Then a little more. Then I indulged a whole lot and am close to turning into a Whopper myself if I don’t slow down my eating habits. But how can I resist when there are.
I absolutely love these simple and festive glitter candles! What a great and easy way to spice up a basic store-bought candle, right? Here are some pics: This DIY, of course, comes from One Charming Party. Click on this link to see the full DIY and instructions. And don’t forget when you’re making these to use edible glitter. Where do you find edible glitter, you ask? Just go to Amazon.com.
Ok, for real – these photos are just a snippet of all those available on Kara’s Party Ideas for this crazy Mickey Mouse party. I’m not sure what this party could possible be missing – it’s got everything! Cake, Candy, Cheerios, Cookies, Mickey shaped bologna and cheese, toast with Mickey’s face in it, Tic Tac Mickey, Rice Crispie Treat Mickey – everything Mickey! I think they must have had about.