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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Valentine Candy Dish

On a recent trip to the big city, I discovered two things:
  • 1.  We have a Dollar Tree in Canada, but it's called Dollar Giant.
  • 2.   I love the Dollar Giant. 
 We also have Dollarama, which is a great store too, but it sure is nice to have choices!

So back to the Valentine Candy Dish

Supplies needed:
Clear Glass Heart Dish
Clear Glass Candle Stick
5 Minute Epoxy
Cinnamon Hearts
Red Ribbon

And a Picture Tutorial!
Glass items purchased at Dollar Giant.  Epoxy bought at Dollarama.
 

Ribbon was an already owned item.



Jelly Beans never made it to the gift stage....ummmm  not sure where they went!  :D





(Minus the jellybeans)... Hubs is one lucky guy!  Plus I needed something "Valentiny" to blog about!



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20 comments:

  1. those damn disappearing jelly beans - I am so jealous of dollar store shoppers - nothing here is a dollar in the 90's we had a $2 store but the went broke!

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  2. I love this easy idea for a classy Valentine dish:) Pinning!!

    Have an awesome day!!

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  3. Oh, this is super cute, and I have a dish EXACTLY like the one you have in your post! Betcha know where I got it, huh? :)

    I would love for you to share this post on tomorrow's Farm Girl Blog Fest #17 at my blog, Let This Mind Be in You. Here's the link to the blog, it should be up in the morning! Feel free to share two more as well, old ones are fine as long as they fit into the criteria!
    http://thismindbeinyou.blogspot.com/

    Hope to see you there!
    ~Kristi@Let This Mind Be in You

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  4. So cute and easy! I just love this idea for Valentine's day. I love simple things and think why didn't I think of that. Too cute.

    -Amy Pounds4Pennies

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  5. oh i love those glasses. This looks very valentiney. hhmm i am thinking how to decorate our home to remind us of Valentines. I am also a fan of dollar store but we only have 2 dollar store here in sg and its called Daiso (Japan store). Oh boy, when you go inside the store the feeling is like you want to get everything. I tend to get an impulsive buyer esp this cheap. have a good and safe weekend Karen. see you around.

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  6. Just found you through the blog hop! I have to say, your blog name is amazing haha And so is this! So creative :)

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  7. Love the candy dish! Wish we had a dollar store close by!

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  8. Nice tutorial!!

    Sabrina
    http://thelittleowlshop.blogspot.com

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  9. What a cute idea! I love it!

    xx Christal xx
    LipstickAndPonytails.com

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  10. What a cute, simple Valentine decor idea! I love my local Dollar store :) I am your newest follower from my Bright Side Beauty Blog Hop. thanks for joining!
    -Kristin
    meetmeonthebrightside.com

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  11. I love all of your linkups this week! Thanks so much :) Also, I am jealous of these dollar stores. We have pund shops here in the UK but I don't think they're as good :(

    Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity

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  12. What a cute and easy project for Valentine's day. Thanks for sharing. A new follower from the Aloha Friday Blog Hop. Would luv if you could drop by my blog as well.

    Anne Marie
    http://moanasuniquedesigns.blogspot.com/

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  13. Sweet little candy dish, and so easy - thanks for sharing your how-to ;-)

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  14. this is lovely! Hugs and thank you for sharing at Thursday Favorite Things :-) P.S. The new giveaway started today!

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  15. Thanks for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday.

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  16. OMG, I was just at the Dollar Tree yesterday, admiring that heart candy dish wondering what I could make with it...now I know! ;) I'm so glad you shared this at Loving Valentines Day!

    TGIF!
    Marilyn

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Cheers to great words!