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How to Make Valentine's Day Juice Box Robots

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Bring on the hearts, flowers, and flying Cupids because Valentine's Day is coming. If you're searching for special sweets for your favorite Valentines or a crowd pleasing treat for a class party--get out your glue gun because we're getting crafty! For this sweet holiday, make these super cute and super easy Valentine's Day Juice Box Robots.

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Even if getting crafty makes you nervous, don't fret! You are going to love these Valentine Robots because:

  • They are so easy to make– just stack everything and use your magical hot glue gun to put it all together.
  • If these robot's are headed to a class party, you can get all of the supplies in bulk so you won’t break the bank.
  • There are so many variations to these robots so you can personalize your robots based on the ages of the kids and even offer healthier and non-food options.
  • I can’t say this enough– they are SO stinking cute.

Here’s what you need:

robot supplies

  • Juice Box
  • Pudding Cup or applesauce cup
  • 2 Mini size boxes of candy, raisins, stickers, or temporary tattoos
  • Chocolate candy heart
  • Two tube shaped candies like Smarties, or mini licorice
  • Googly eyes
  • Permanent marker
  • Glue Gun

Start by glueing the pudding or applesauce cup to the top of the juice box for his hea. Be sure to give him two googly eyes and a smile

Glue the small boxed candy to the bottom of the juice box for his feet.

Use a little glue to attach his candy arms and don't forget the candy heart on his chest.

robot

When making this little guy I found that a little bit of glue goes a long way. You can also use a heavier tape to assemble your robot.

To put him all together took me less than a minute! So if you are making a bunch of robots for a class, you can start a little assembly line a few days before the party.

My Valentines agreed--these robots were a hit!

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Here's to a fun Valentine’s Day and someone getting you something sweet too!

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