Cupid’s Arrow

February 12th, 2013 posted by Heidi Ott

One roll of Wild Cherry Livesavers Candy 6 inch bamboo skewer 1 – 1 1/2 inch wooden heart Drill with a small drill bit Piece of red foil paper approximately 1 1/2 inches long and 5 inches wide. Transparent tape Scissors Craft glue Red paint and paintbrush

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What you do

Drill a small hole in the heart’s indentation. Paint the heart red and set it aside to dry.

Fringe the foil paper by cutting narrow strips along the width, about 1 inch deep.

Apply a small amount of the transparent tape to one end of the uncut portion of foil paper.

Attach tape to blunt end of skewer.

Twist foil paper around skewer and fasten with another piece of tape to form the arrow “feather”.

// Finishing: Poke pointed end of bamboo skewer through center of candy roll, apply dot of glue to tip of skewer and secure into hole in painted heart. Lifesaver Arrow

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