DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks - Sugar and Cloth

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

I’ve come to decide that dressing up macarons is a lot like buying a cute, fuzzy costume for a puppy. They’re plenty cute enough on their own but why resist doubling the cuteness is you don’t have to, you know? It’s pretty much the same story with these DIY Valentine arrow cookie picks that are just too easy to skip. Plus, it never hurts to have the most fun dessert at the party either.

Materials:

  • Toothpicks or skinny candles
  • Adhesive felt
  • Scissors
  • Fringe Scissors
  • Tissue paper
  • Tacky glue

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

To make the tassel, stack several sheets of tissue paper on top of each other, folded in half, and then use fringe scissors along the bottom, stopping 3/4 of the way up to make the cuts. If you don’t have fringe scissors, you can just use regular scissors and cut slits equal distances apart on your own.

Make a stripe of tacky glue across the top of the finished fringe, then stick your toothpick or candle stick on the edge and roll the frill all the way around and secure the end with a dab of glue. Once the stick with frill in finished, gently poke it through the cookie, being careful not to push to hard and crack them in half.

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

Next, cut out mini triangles from the adhesive felt, you’ll need to of the same size triangle for each pick.

Once you have the triangles cut, peel the adhesive backing off and paste a triangle to the opposite end of the frill on the stick and then adhere one to the other side as well.

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

Now write a little love note to go with them and you’re all set!

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DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks - Sugar and Cloth

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

I’ve come to decide that dressing up macarons is a lot like buying a cute, fuzzy costume for a puppy. They’re plenty cute enough on their own but why resist doubling the cuteness is you don’t have to, you know? It’s pretty much the same story with these DIY Valentine arrow cookie picks that are just too easy to skip. Plus, it never hurts to have the most fun dessert at the party either.

Materials:

  • Toothpicks or skinny candles
  • Adhesive felt
  • Scissors
  • Fringe Scissors
  • Tissue paper
  • Tacky glue

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

To make the tassel, stack several sheets of tissue paper on top of each other, folded in half, and then use fringe scissors along the bottom, stopping 3/4 of the way up to make the cuts. If you don’t have fringe scissors, you can just use regular scissors and cut slits equal distances apart on your own.

Make a stripe of tacky glue across the top of the finished fringe, then stick your toothpick or candle stick on the edge and roll the frill all the way around and secure the end with a dab of glue. Once the stick with frill in finished, gently poke it through the cookie, being careful not to push to hard and crack them in half.

DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks DIY Valentine Arrow Cookie Picks

Next, cut out mini triangles from the adhesive felt, you’ll need to of the same size triangle for each pick.

Once you have the triangles cut, peel the adhesive backing off and paste a triangle to the opposite end of the frill on the stick and then adhere one to the other side as well.

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

DIY Valentine crrow cookie picks by Sugar & Cloth

Now write a little love note to go with them and you’re all set!

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Comments

  • Jodie

    01.22.14

    Love this idea! So adorable. Thanks for sharing your fabulous project!

  • Siobhan

    01.22.14

    My boyfriend would like these, he always complains that his fingers are too fat to pick up macarons… he always crushes them,

  • Shikha la mode

    01.22.14

    Adorable. I want to make these with chocolate chip cookies, is that weird?

  • jewel7013

    01.22.14

    cant be too many ways to make a cookie romantic, but you sure did!

  • bclaire

    01.22.14

    Gosh these are so cute. Makes me want to have a V-day party! Or maybe just a party for two.. :)

  • Gina

    02.01.14

    I’m in love!!! Perfect color combination and adorable idea! I love it when ideas can both be cute + seasonal but make sense! swooning!

  • Rachel

    02.05.14

    These are so clever!

  • Susan

    02.23.14

    You got my heart on this one :) Love it!