A Little Mouse on Valentine’s Day?

Or What to Do with Red Hots ....
These are the Red Hots (I found them at CVS. Actually, I called ahead first since I doubted I could find them since I couldn’t find them last year). They are formally Red Heart Cinnamon Candies. OOOoooooo they are CUTE!!
While shopping in Michael’s Crafts I saw the cutest bottles. I am in a bottle phase right now. I want to put things in bottles. Like succulent plants and candies and I found some little bottles with buttons in them. I had to buy them also. AND I saw this cute HEART BOTTLE with a cork top which I HAD TO HAVE!! Michael’s $1.29. I don't think it HAS to be a heart bottle either. Any small, bottle will do.

Paula, from Chillin with Quillin says it would make a great teacher gift and so I thought I'd put an update on the post for that.

Heart Bottle and heart candy

So this is pretty easy, really. Fill the heart bottle with red cinnamon hearts.

heart bottle

I cut a wooden skewer and stuck it in the cork top.

heart bottle2

Some little felties that came in a package from Joann’s Fabrics and Crafts. Aren’t they the sweetest? After all, what is Valentine’s Day if it isn’t about pink, red, and CUTE!

heart felt

The mouse won!

mouse

This is the back of the mouse. I glued the mouse to the skewer in order for him to stand up straight.

Valentine candies

I glued on a white felt heart with Fabri Tac and one of the little red felt circles on top of that. I love that the edges are pinked!

felt heart

The above picture looked a little empty so I sprinkled some Red Hots all around it.

red hots

A kiss on the cheek?

 2 red hots

Mouse Love

Aerial view! I could have put a Valentine saying like, "You are a red hot Valentine", but I wanted to keep it generic so it could be given to anyone.

Valentine decor
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This was so fun to make (assemble). Have ideas on what else to do with Red Hots?
Thanks for reading. Have a great week, Everybody!

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