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Cupid’s Cup



Shoot cupid's arrow through a plastic cup and watch the reaction you'll get from your kids. This is guaranteed to garner big laughs!

This Valentine's Day – shoot cupid's arrow through a plastic cup and watch the reaction you'll get from your kids. This is guaranteed to get big laughs!

Using an exactoknife, make two small slits, parallel from each other, in the top portion of a 16 oz. plastic cup.

Using an X-ACTO Knife, make two small slits, across from each other, in the top portion of a 16 oz. plastic cup. Make these cuts from the inside of the cup as it rests on a cutting board.

Cut an arrow tip and end out of red construction paper. Add two small slits to each shape so you can slip in a wooden skewer. I had a bag of 10" skewers that I cut down to 8". You can find these in the cooking supply aisle of your supermarket.

Cut an arrow tip and end out of red construction paper. Add two small slits to each shape so you can slip in a wooden skewer. I had a bag of 10" skewers that I cut down to 8". You can find these in the cooking supply aisle of your supermarket.

Slip the skewer into both slits of the cup and then add on the paper arrow bits. Fill with ice, cranberry juice and a straw. Do not pass the point of the arrow when filling cup with juice.

Slip the skewer into both slits of the cup and then add on the paper arrow bits. Fill with ice, cranberry juice and a straw. To prevent leaking, do not pass the point of the arrow when filling cup with juice.

Perfect for Valentine's Day!

Instead of juice – you can also fill this with candy to give as a gift.


Discussion

  1. Primary Work at Home  January 9, 2010

    This is a very creative. Perfect for this coming Valentines day. 🙂

  2. camilla  January 10, 2010

    I appreciate your comments! Thank You!