Kara's Party Ideas Soda Shoppe Valentine Favors Tutorial- Vintage Valentines Party | Kara's Party Ideas

Making these Soda Shoppe Valentine Favors is really a cinch!
You will need:
Sundae glasses {you can find them everywhere, even Walmart}
Valentine M&M’s
A glue gun
Pink & white taffy {or any color you would prefer}
A styrofoam ball cut in half {make sure it fits the top of your glass}
Glue dots or scotch tape
The how to:
All you do is fill the glass with M&M’s, place the styrofoam ball {cut in half} on top of the glass {securing the styrofoam with glue dots or scotch tape} & hot glue the taffy onto the ball!
I stuck a cute straw on top for an added touch.
Easy peas-y lemon squeeze-y {and SO cute}!
Photography by Lyndsey Fagerlund Imagery.
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To see more of my Vintage Valentines Day Party go here!
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17 Comments
  1. Scrappin Cheryl says:

    Oh – Super Cute and easy! Thanks!

  2. Tauni says:

    These soda fountain take aways are stunning…and so easy!

    Bookmarking this one for the future! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) says:

    That idea of making the taffy candies recreate fluffy cream is so clever! How did you cut the styrofoam ball cleanly into two?

  4. HiLLjO says:

    Any excuse for taffy is a great one!

  5. une autre mère says:

    I'm so glad you showed how to do this! It's not at all how I was picturing it, so I'm so glad I got a tutorial first before maiming mine. And I'm also very excited about your Vintage Valentine's party. I'm decorating for 2 Valentines parties this year and have been copying your's as closely as possible! Thanks so much for all the adorable ideas! :)

  6. Stephanie says:

    Super cute! Cant wait to try. But I have a question…what keeps the styrofoam ball from falling off the top, especially with the weight of the taffys?

  7. kara's party ideas says:

    Thanks, everyone!

    I cut the styrofoam using a sharp knife.

    And Stephanie, you're right! I forgot to put that part! Secure it with small glue dots {that's what I did}…I'm sure scotch tape would work as well.

  8. ~Isabel says:

    Wow…so pretty. Found this via Twitter…is there anyway to share a post of yours to fb?

  9. hilda says:

    HERMOSAS IDEAS ,ESTAMOS MIRANDO PARA NUESTROS PROXIMOS EVENTOS FAMILIARES !!!!
    BEAUTIFUL IDEAS, WE ARE LOOKING FOR OUR UPCOMING EVENTS FAMILY!!

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  12. tina says:

    I would love to know when you will be coming to the NY area

  13. Rita says:

    You can use straight pins instead of gluing the candy to the Styrofoam ball. Makes it easier to eat them!

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