Friday, January 21, 2011

Sweethearts Bark


The other day I was dreaming about Valentine's Day and trying
to come up with new and creative ways to show my children how
much I love them. A light bulb went off and that's when I created
this adorable bark "aka" LOVE bark. This would be a perfect
treat for your little one to bring to school. Enjoy!

Sweethearts Bark

1 package candy melts
1 package sweetheart candies

Melt the candy melts in microwave about 2 min. Take out and
pour into an 8x8 pan lined with parchment paper and assemble
hearts and refrigerate until hard. Break into pieces and place in
bags.

56 comments:

  1. great idea! so cute and perfect for valentines! have a great weekend friend~

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  2. Hope you don't mind, but I'm copying this one.

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  3. OMG I'm in heaven.... Gave you a shout today on my FB page! I'm lovin your blog! =)

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  4. Copy, away my dear.....Sharing is the best part about having a blog. LOVE IT!
    Ember, I'm so flattered you are enjoying my blog and thank you so much for the shout out!!!!

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  5. this is fantastic Val, I love the idea, and I bet the kids did too.

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  6. Brilliant and simple! I love it!

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  7. My daughter just saw your post and begged me to make them with her!! How easy and fun!! ;) Do you come up with these ideas on your own?? You should work for a candy company. :)

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  8. Too cute to eat! Darling idea! My kids would have fun taking these as treats to school.

    Have a great weekend, Val!
    ~Michelle
    xo

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  9. What a great idea! This would be perfect for my daughter's class! Thx for sharing!

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  10. i am for sure making this for my work friends!

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  11. This is so cute! What a great idea!

    PS Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  12. what a cute/great idea! thanks and happy weekend!

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  13. What a sweet idea for Valentine's Day. It just wouldn't be V Day without those little conversation hearts. I look forward to them every year. I'm starting a new linky on my blog tomorrow called "Sweets for a Saturday," and I'd like to invite you to stop by and link this up. If you want to link up those amazing cheesecake waffle cups, that would be awesome too.

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  14. such a cute and easy idea. I've been looking for little surprise ideas for my bf for valentines day, but since we live together it's hard to surprise him. This would be fast and easy and I could be in and out of the kitchen in 5 min. - i'm doing this the next time he's in the bathroom :)

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  15. Oh my gosh... how cute! I will be making this and love the fact that it's easy! Thanks for sharing. xo

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  16. what a great idea and soooo cute!!

    XOXO

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  17. Val these are SOOO CUTE! I'll have to have my little girls help me make them! They would just love them : )

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  18. Val this looks yummy and OH SO PRETTY!!! I may just have to try this!
    ~Crystal

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  19. I LOVE this idea! Those little sweet hearts are one of my favorite candies :) Such a fabulous Mama you are! I hope I can be that cool when I'm a Mom ;)

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  20. OHHH I am SO making this for Landyn's valentine party :) HUGS

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  21. I'm getting a cavity just thinking about how yummy this will be!

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  22. Oops trying to say how cute and colorful is this? I want to make this for Nate's class!

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  23. Soooo pretty and a fabulous idea for Valentine's day! Well done :)

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  24. so adorable! i have to try this with my kids!

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  25. You're a genius! I am so going to make some of this!

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  26. I WILL be making this...so cute! :D

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  27. These are adorable Val! Your kids are so lucky!!

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  28. OMG...I am in LOVE with Love Bark...Hope you dont mind if I steal this for my Blog
    www.warmfuzzypurpleandgold.blogspot.com I will give you full credit and link back to your blog if you dont mind.
    BUT I will take all the credit when I send it to my sons school for Valentines day ;)

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  29. Aaa these are so cute and I am so going to make these and give you all the credit. You never fail to come up with the best things to make.

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  30. Seriously, cute, easy, great gift...I'm in. Thanks for sharing.

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  31. What sweet idea! Full of colors for kids to enjoy!

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  32. What a cute idea! Perfect for Valentine's Day!

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  33. That really is a great idea! I love it.

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  34. OH my gosh....that is so darn cute!!! :):)

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  35. SO cute and clever! I have some leftover candy melts from a shower this past weekend - I may make some of this bark - very cool!!

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  37. oh my goodness!! perfect for this time of year! great thinking!

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  38. Val, that sounds like so much fun and easy to make! Thanks for sharing!
    Anna

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  39. What an adorable treat, Val! I love it... so clever!

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  40. LOVE this idea! I am so mkaing it for Valentine's Day! TFS!

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  41. One of the cutest ideas I've seen in a long, long time!

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  42. LOVE your blog , love your ideas and LOVE that you love Target as much as I do!! What kind of candy melts do you use for yours?

    Thanks Doll!

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  43. What an adorable idea! Too bad I missed this! ;)

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  44. What a cute idea! I'm bookmarking this for next year.

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  45. Wow! Think of the possibilities and ways you can "tweek" this recipe for different holidays and celebrations ... Brilliant!

    I just made cake pops for my twins' second birthday party and they were fabulous ... another use for the candy chips.

    Cheers!
    Amy

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  46. Hi Val, OOOOOOOO I love this valentine idea, and so so easy and has many possibilities. I am new follower and hope you will be stopping by please:)
    Oh! My Heartsie
    I am following on GF, a twitter fan have tweeted you post.
    Enjoy your week!
    Karren

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  47. hello im from australia and found this awesome idea on pintrest!!!
    what are candy melts coz i dont recall seeing them here bfore!! are they like candy peices for melting like chocolate drops for melting etc???

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