Do you need a really cool Valentine's Day present? or possibly another special occasion? Why not make a home made Heart Shaped Peanut Butter Cup? It is sure to impress!
Cover a heart shaped or round box with designer paper
Turn on your heart light!! Watch this instructional arts and crafts video to make a fabulous heart shaped lamp shade for Valentine's Day. You will need a heart shaped box of chocolates, a beaded curtain, duct tape, string, ribbon, and a lamp shade. So what are you waiting for? Craft this handmade heart light and impress the one you love.
This video shows the method to style a heart shaped hair on a little girl. In the first step, do a zigzag part on the hair and pulling the sides to a pigtail. Part the hair till the ear before tying the pigtail. Wet the pigtails and put some pomade on it to make the pigtail stiff. Take a pigtail and divide it into half. Make sure that they are stiff. Twist the two parts of the pigtail and make a heart shape. Now clip the hair at the base using a pigtail holder. Repeat this process for the oth...
This video explains the method making heart shaped cupcakes or Valentine Day's cupcakes. At first take the mix here the moist deluxe cake mix is used. Using that mix make the cupcake mix, for a particular pack of mix 3 table spoon of oil is added then add egg white to the mix. Then to the mix pour some water of about half or quarter of a glass. The water poured mix is mixed with a mixer. Then pour the mix in the cup cake plate placing a cup cake paper in it. Then shape it in the form of heart...
The template for this heart-shaped window card can be found at [www.stampininspirations.blogspot.com stampininspirations.blogspot.com]. You will need the template and cardstock and the other usual materials needed to make a card. You can re-size the template to about 5 1/2 inches across by about 5 1/2 inches high. Cut out the heart and remove the center heart as well. Take an 8 1/2 by 11 inch piece of red card stock and fold it in half, then trace the inside and outside of the heart-shaped te...
Watch this two part instructional scrapbooking video to make a heart shaped card that folds into an envelope. This is an affectionate love letter can be personalized to really charm your special someone. You can use store bought cut outs or use recycled scraps of paper and ribbon. This unique card is also good for Vanetine's Day, teen birthdays and get well soon cards.
Have a love of money and crafts? With this guide, you'll learn how to make a heart-shaped money ring from a dollar bill with origami, the traditional art of Japanese paper folding. For more information, including a step-by-step overview of the folding process, as well as to get started making your own cardioid money rings stars, watch this free origami lesson.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a heart bookmark. First, take a sheet of paper and fold it in half, folding the crease. Now, take a pencil and draw two heart humps from one edge to the next. After this, cut them out, leaving the fold together. Trim any edges that aren't round, then add glue to the edge of the heart, and fold it over and let it dry. You can now decorate this will markers and ribbons. To use as a bookmark place your page in the center of the heart. This is a great craft ...
Check out this knitting and crochet how to video to learn how to connect two heart shaped sections. This is exciting guys, enjoy it!
This quick video will teach you how to play the beginning of the song "Heart Shaped Box" by the band Nirvana on electric guitar. This song is tuned down to an e flat on the guitar.
From Fold Something, learn how to fold an origami heart-shaped bookmark! Follow as origami instructor Josiah Hills shows the viewer how to fold a heart shaped bookmark using a square piece of paper. He calls the unique bookmark design "Mark of Love". The project requires two items: a square sheet of paper and a pair of scissors. Josiah Hills takes the viewer through the step by step process to make the required folds, creases, and cuts needed to turn a square piece of paper into a perfect hea...
Take a luxurious, lingering bath with your boy toy while smoothing and cleaning his skin with this heart-shaped melt and pour soap. Composed of pastel pinks and purples, the soap is hyper feminine and probably shouldn't be a gift to your y-chromosomed loved one, but it can be an excellent treat for the both of you during sexy time.
Broken crayons kind of suck. They make it hard for you to stuff all your crayons back into your crayon box uniformly, plus then you have to ditch the wrapper and it all looks like a mess.
Perspex is a durable and fashionable material, so getting tables like this made of it at the stores is expensive. If you've got some tools and wide DIY streak though, you can make one yourself with about 8 hours of time and this video, which will teach you just how to do it.
Homopolar motors tend to be typecast as simplistic in nature, and that's true for the most part. The bare minimum requirements are a battery, conductor, and magnetic field, but when it comes to Valentine's Day, they're nothing short of complex.
You've got a great gift for your sweetheart on Valentine's Day. Awesome. Now, how are you going to present that lovely gift of yours? Wrapping paper? Cardboard box? Decorative bag? If any of those things are your answer—you're not trying hard enough.
Links of Love is showing you how to make origami heart shaped cuff-links. Start with a 20.5 cm square of paper. If you want to make a cuff link you can wear you should use a square the size of 4 to 5 cm. Fold a good crease and then unfold. Fold two corners in toward the middle and then unfold. Fold one side in toward the middle crease. Only crease up to the crease of the corner fold. Unfold and fold the side into the new crease just made. The creases are guidelines that will be used later on ...
Drugstore valentines? Pssh, why would you want to get the same cards every other kid is passing around on Valentine's Day when you can make your own?
One thing hosts overlook is presentation. It's all about presentation. And one of the easiest ways to delight your friends and guests is with ice cubes. No, not the ones sitting in your ice tray, the one's you're about to make. The tiny details are the best way to have a successful party, and these heart-shaped strawberry ice cubes are the best way to go! They're yummy and a conversation piece. Learn how to create these sweet strawberry cubes, which are a great way to add pizzazz to any get-t...
This heart-shaped chipboard scrapbook is a hybrid album using both digital and traditional scrapbooking methods. This video scrapbooking tutorial shows how to make a heart-shaped scrapbook mixing different scrapbooking techniques. Learn how to make this scrapbook photo album by watching this instructional video.
Give her a Valentine's Day gift that will last forever by making this romantic red, pink, and white polymer clay Valentine's Day heart shaped cake.
Looking to make chocolate brownies equal parts delectable and adorable? With the right ingredients and proper technique, it's easier than you'd think. So easy, in fact, that this free video cooking lesson can present a complete overview of the process in about four minutes. For more information, including the full recipe, and to get started making your own cardiod chocolate brownies, watch this video guide.
Make a fun marshmallow treat for Valentines Day! You will need:
Bring out the beauty of your heart-shaped face with a flattering hairstyle. Step 1: Determine that your face is heart shaped
Starting towards the end of January, all you see is pink and red hearts for a few weeks every year, and food is no exception. Heart-shaped cookies, candies, and cupcakes are everywhere, but it doesn't stop there—you can find heart-shaped food for every meal of the day.
Learn how to shape and decorate cupcakes with heart-shaped patterns for your loved one with these simple tips and decoration ideas. These hearty cupcakes make a perfect Valentine's Day gift, or for any special day where a little love is needed.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner... which is the perfect excuse to ignite your inner cupid and bake a heart-shaped cake. If you have a heart-shaped cake or springform pan, you're all set. If not, don't worry—you don't need one! With a little ingenuity, you'll have a beautiful heart cake using the pans you already own.
Make a beautiful heart-shaped hard-boiled egg. Add it to a salad and surprise your Valentine! You'll need an egg, saucepan and cooker, drink carton, pair of scissors, chopstick, and elastic bands. Full instructions are shown in this short and simple video tutorial.
How To: Spice Up Your Valentine's Day with These DIY Heart-Shaped Whiskey and Hot Sauce Hard Candies
Love sweets, but not big on chocolate? Chocolate pretty much dominates the candy offerings for Valentine's Day, but if you want to go the homemade route, it doesn't get much easier than hard candy.
Make your sweetheart's Valentine's day morning extra special by making heart-shaped fried eggs for breakfast. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make the eggs shaped like a heart.
Instead of making regular old cup cakes try something new and show the people in your life just how much you care with a fun heart-shaped cup cake. The best part is you don't need a heart mold. All you need is your regular cupcake tin and a marble to create the shape.
Add a little love to your next bento box or afternoon snack with a heart-shaped hardboiled egg. Other than one freshly cooked and peeled hardboiled egg, all you need is one milk carton, one round chopstick and rubber bands. Perfect for brightening up your special someone's day (and much more original than a dozen red roses!).
Why give a heart-shaped card to your favorite person when heart-shaped bacon can convey the same message and taste so much better?
In this crochet tutorial, you'll be guided through how to crochet using one of the most unique and difficult yarns avilable on the market. Known as Pomp A Doodle yarns by Red Heart, these yarns are punctuated with little pom poms and are cute on their own, but great for fluffy projects.
Wilton Cake Decorating demonstrates how to make and decorate a heart fireworks tiered cake. Roll out the pliable edible cake clay so that it is about 1/4 of an inch thick. Cut out heart shapes with cookie cutters. Let them dry for a few hours. Attach the hard hearts to wire with an icing adhesive. Create a bouquet out of the candy flowers by crooking the end of the wires and sealing the bases with floral tape. Create three-inch panels for the six-inch cake out of the cake clay. Cut out heart ...
In this video, we learn how to make and decorate a diva heart cake with roses. Start out with a heart shaped cake and then ice it with a light pink icing and place it in the freezer. Once it's settled, roll some fondant into small balls and then stick to the bottom of the cake all around it. From here, color fondant with hot pink and then roll into the shape of a rose. Then, cut out green leaves from green fondant and stick with the roses. Then, decorate this all around the cake along with ic...
In this video we learn how to make a big pink heart out of balloons. Start out with one side being a cuboctahedron. If you don't know how to make this, try checking out previous videos to make the shape. Once you have done this, you will use another balloon to connect and make the inside of the heart shape. Throughout the shape you will need to twist several bubbles inside the balloon, so make sure there is enough room left to do this. After you're finished, you will have a cute heart shaped ...
Wire hearts are cute, friendly jewelry pieces that are as versatile as they are attractive. Composed simply of a bent and twisted piece of wire, they can be shaped into bookmarks, earrings, necklace chains, and bracelets.
In this video, we learn how to tie the Celtic heart knot. Start off with your rope and make a loop in the middle of it. Now, bring the working en on the right side into the loop so you have a circle. Now, bring that end back into the knot and braid it through the other loop. Next, push this through the bottom loop, then braid it through the lines that are on the shape. After this, you will see a heart shape start to form. Pull gently on the heart with both sides of the rope and shape the midd...