Get creative this year with a DIY Valentine’s Day Candy gift! This cute candy love bomb is fun for school Valentine’s Day parties or a teacher gift. Kids will love making and receiving these candy craft.
Valentine’s Day Candy Craft Love Bombs
I love making unique homemade crafts for Valentine’s Day gifts and had a BLAST designing cute “You’re The Bomb” Valentine’s Day tags to go along with this simple candy craft. (Get it? I had a “Blast”? ha!)
With Valentine’s Day coming up, I created some cute candy dynamite Valentine sticks.
It’s really a simple candy craft idea, you will only need a few supplies to make this!
After taking the photos for these cute love bombs, I realized something was missing, so a few days later I designed printable tags to go along with this craft. I think they turned out great, and it makes the Valentine’s Day Love Bomb gift even more adorable.
I like that these cute love bombs work for any age or any gender.
I can’t wait to give this Valentine’s Day candy craft to my kids! They will be excited, because the bomb has THREE candy treats, not just one.
Plus, it’s a super cool gift. I think this will be a major win for Mom!
How to make Valentine’s Day Candy Craft Love Bombs
Your first step will be to decide how many treats you want to make. Do you want to make individual dynamite treats, or tape 2-3 together to make a love bomb? If you want to make the bomb, you’ll need black duct tape.
- Mini M&M candy tubes – Remove the M&M’s label from the candy tube. It should slide right off to reveal a red tube.
- black pipe cleaners
- tags and twine
- black tape if you plan to make a love bomb
- hot glue
The Perfect Valentine’s Day Printable Bundle!
Get these cute love bomb gift tags and much more in the Valentine’s Day Printable Bundle. So fun!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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Originally published on February 6, 2017. Last Updated on January 7, 2022 by Amy Locurto