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Candy Soda Glass Centerpiece- Start by filling any clear glass vase, parfait dish, or drinking glass with colorful Valentine's Day candy like candy hearts or cinnamon hearts. Then make a bouquet on the top of the display with salt water taffy or other soft candy. To hold the bouquet in place, stick a toothpick into each soft candy. For taller displays, you can use wooden skewers.

Valentine Tree- Looks super cute, one way I have seen it done is by using pins to attach candy instead of glue gun so its easy to remove.

50 Ideas for Making Your Own Valentines (47 of them are way too much work for me, but cute none the less!)

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Valentine - Most Marvelous A cute little bag that could be given to most anybody (a sweetheart of not)! A regular bag of M&M;'s in a fitted clear cellophane bag, with a cute kraft tag that reads, "Wishing you a Most Marvelous Valentines Day"

HOW TO: Recycle crayons, via Flickr. (Google Shopping search for "silicone heart shaped baking pan")

Gumball Machine Candy Holders ♥ Flower pot + saucer, $1 and up. Glass bowl, $1 Paint, on hand or $1 and up. Wooden ball or knob, on hand or $1. Glue, on hand. Candy, $1 and up. Total: $3 and up