Many thanks to Halos for providing me with a Halos Social box to share some Halosfun with my readers. This post contains affiliate links.
For the last three months, Halos has sent me some pretty cool boxes. This month, I got a really adorable Valentine’s themed box with a Halos Cupid stuffed toy and another one of these awesome Halos containers.
While my kids really wanted my Halos stuffed toy, I kinda wanted to keep it for myself. And, we all know how 3 kids would be when there was only 1 prize, right? So, I had them settle for some HalosFun.
We made a Halos Cupid and a Halos Love Bug. The Halos mandarins are so tiny and perfectly round, so these crafts were a breeze to make.
The Love Bug was our favorite to make since it was so much easier, but we loved the Halos Cupid – it was too adorable.
If you need a cute snack and only have 2 days to come up with one, I highly suggest making one of these Halos crafts. They are so simple and the kids can help too! And when you’re finished you can pair them with some Valentine’s Day cards and you’ll be handling V-Day like a pro!
Halos Love Bug:
What You’ll Need:
Small foam hearts
- Insert the clean toothpicks into small foam hearts and stick into top of Halos mandarin to make the lovey dovey antennae.
- Use glue dots to add to the googly eyes and glitter glue to make a cute little button nose.
- Use a glue dot to stick a large foam heart to the bottom of the Halo to create the feet.
- Post a photo of your Halos love bugs with #halosfun.
As you can see, my Halos Love Bug lost his nose in the above picture, so I had to redo it.
What You’ll Need
White foam sheets
Small foam hearts
- Cut wings from white foam. Insert clean toothpicks into the wing shapes and stick into the back of the Halos mandarin.
- Make a bow from a piece of pipe cleaner and an arrow with a toothpick and foam hearts (the fletching is cut from a small white foam heart). Use a glue dot to affix the bow and arrow in place.
- Use glue dots to add the googly eyes and a marker to make a cute little smile.
- Post a photo of your Halos Cupid with #halosfun.
As you can see, my Halos Cupid wasn’t perfect, like the picture, but I still loved it.
If you loved this post, I would love for you to share it with your friends! And, if you make either one of these Halos crafts, share your photos in the comments.
Thanks again Halos!!