Save the date: Valentine's Day sleepover!
Remember to keep an eye on the clock and the oven! When they're done, pull out the pink frosting, red heart sprinkles and edible gel to spell out some cute love-themed messages. Try these Melt-Your-Heart Fudge Brownies.
Another great idea? Heart-shaped cupcakes. Find one-time use tinfoil heart-shaped pans, a box of cupcake mix, red and pink sprinkles and pink cake frosting at the grocery store. If you can’t find pink frosting, mix the white frosting with a few drops of red food dye and mix well. You can even mix some sprinkles (like your own version of a V-Day Funfetti confection!) in the cupcake batter so they melt into the cake.
Have a secret crush? Let your friends know by writing his name on a sweet treat! Secret's out...
Ask truths like, “Who is your deepest, darkest crush?” and “What is your most embarrassing V-Day story?” Pump up the excitement with dares like, “I dare you to ask your crush on a date” or “I dare you to walk past your crush with toilet paper stuck to your shoes!”
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Share the love! Fold a paper in half and draw half of the heart so that the folded side is in the inside of the heart. When you open it up, you have the shape. To make it a heart that opens like a card, draw the whole shape, but make a corner of the heart connected by leaving part of the folded side open and still together. Have any ribbon or lace lying around? Glue it on for a frilly, fancy border!
Get set to sparkle. Use white liquid glue to spell out "I Love You," then sprinkle on the glitter. The more glitter, the better. Shake your valentine over a piece of paper when the glue has dried, so that you don't waste any extra sparkle. Then fold that paper in half and use it as a funnel to get the glitter back in the tube to use again later on.