The Partiologist: Chocolate Topped Valentine Pencils!

Chocolate Topped Valentine Pencils!

A Pencil for Valentine's Day is fun, but let's face it...a Valentine Pencil topped with a Chocolate Heart is fantastic!  And you can make your own in any shape or size.   I had no idea such a thing existed, did you?  When I found these toppers from Lorann Oils I knew I could put them to good use.

Chocolate Topped Valentine Pencils

Don't you think this makes a pretty special treat?


Here's how to make your pencil a sweet treat.
 
Start by finding the Lorann Pencil Pops, link below.
 
Choose your favorite color of candy melts to make your topper.
 
And, now I finally know what that extra space in the lollipop mold is for.
 
Place one pencil pop stick into each cavity.
 
Fill the cavities with the melted candy melts.
 
Place in the freezer until set and pop out of the mold.
 
Really, it's that simple.
 
Valentine pencils can be found just about anywhere.  I picked mine up at Hobby Lobby.
 
Then I made a printable, for me and for you, link below.
 
Place each candy heart on top of the pencil eraser.  Twist back and forth until it's on tight.
 
Cover the candy heart with a cellophane bag.
 
Tie with ribbon and add tag.
 
Now, see if they'll do their homework.

 
Valentine, You're Just Write!
 
 


12 comments :

  1. I wasn't sure they were still making those pencil toppers for candies. I'd seen them many years ago, but hadn't seen them in a while. They do make fun classroom treats for Valentine's Day.

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    1. I had not seen them before, so I was excited. You know, the littlest things make me happy! :)

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  2. I love your Valentine creations! I have never seenthe pencil toppers before. What a cue gift!

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  3. so when is Target or another big wig company gonna call you already to be their creative product art director? sheesh they better get on the ball already! :>O

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    1. Yea, I'm waiting for that call, too! :) Thanks Lisa!

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  4. These would be adorable for a classroom Valentine for my daughter and I might even beable to do it. from,twobeautifulgirls

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    1. Of course you could make them, easy peasy! :)

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  5. How cute are these? I never knew what the extra space was for in the candy holds too, how funny. Never heard of such a product before.

    The hearts look so perfect. I would have died and gone to heaven receiving one of these at school as a kid! There’s going to be some lucky kids this Valentine’s! :)

    Lisa // Sweet 2 Eat Baking

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    1. Seriously, wouldn't it have been fun to receive one of these as a child?? And, the mystery of the extra space is now solved!

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  6. I had to come over and see you made these, so fun! I know kids would LOVE them! Cute printables, too!!

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    1. So easy, I'm pretty sure the kids will love the! Thanks, Michelle! :)

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