Cupid’s Arrows {with Homemade Gumdrops}

Cupid’s Arrows made with gumdrops and pretzels are perfect for Valentine’s Day!

Cupid's Arrows with pretzels and gumdrops

A couple of weeks ago I shared my delicious homemade gumdrops with you.  We had such a great time making them that the boys and I decided to make some of them into Cupid’s Arrows for Valentine’s Day!  All you need is pretzels and some homemade {or store bought} heart-shaped gumdrops.  You’ll need two hearts for each arrow.  Cut out a section of the heart to make it look like the arrow’s tail.   Dredge again in sugar to coat the newly exposed center.


Use a pretzel to connect the two gumdrops.

Cupid's Arrows

To make different size arrows simply use different sized gumdrops and break the pretzel sticks to the size you desire.

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Super easy and the perfect little treat for Valentine’s Day!

Cupid's Arrows with Homemade Gumdrops

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  1. I love these Trish! SO creative.

  2. Looks like a yummy and festive treat! So creative too! Come link up beginning tonight at The CSI Project. The challenge is Valentine Treats and Eats. Each week is a new crafty challenge. Come on by!

  3. These are adorable! I would love to make these for my daughter’s preschool class. They’re much less sugary than most Valentine’s Day treats. I would love to have you share this at my link party today. Hope you can make it!


  4. These are just too cute! :)

  5. adorable. Thanks for sharing. Found you on finished friday. Hop on over and visit my blog.

  6. I love this. Years ago, I made gumdrops for give as a present to my kids´s teachers. I used a recipe without applesauce from a venezolan chef called Kristina. I invite you to visit my blog


  7. absolutely adorable and clever!

    stopping by via FFC and hope you’ll find a moment to come hang out, dream, reflect, share and notice lovely.

    smiles to you, lovely blogger.


  8. These are so cute. What a really fun idea! Jodi @

  9. Great project !

    I would love you to come and share it at my Craft, Create & Inspire Linky party

    Hope to see you there:)

    Claire@ Polkadot pretties x

  10. These are so cute! My 3 year old saw the screen while I had the pictures up and she said “mommy, I want some of those! Where can we get them?” lol They are definitely kid approved!!

    Debbie @
    (Found you on the It’s Overflowing link party)

  11. These are the cutest things ever Trish! I still haven’t had a chance to try your recipe but it is on my to do list. Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I’ll be featuring these tomorrow. Enjoy your Sunday and Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your family!
    Jenn xo

  12. You are so creative!!!! I love this idea. I hope you stop by to share-

  13. Trish these are so cute!!! Thanks for sharing! Pinning!

  14. Love these! Very cute idea.

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