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Oh Joy | Pie Crust Conversation Hearts

Oh Joy | Pie Crust Conversation Hearts

Oh Joy | Pie Crust Conversation Hearts

Oh Joy | Natural Gummy Hearts Recipe

With Valentine's Day coming up, I wanted to share a couple sweet treats you can easily make for anyone in your life. You can say a little something wit these pie crust conversation hearts or give them a little love with these all-natural (and vegan!) orange-berry gummies. Whether it's your friend, neighbor, teacher, friend, or your dearest Valentine, give them a little unexpected treat! See the video below and its details on YouTube for the full recipes and sources…

CREDITS
Brought to you by: Oh Joy + Target
Art Direction: Oh Joy
Video: Jenner Brown
Music: "Hello Sweetheart" by Katie Ro
Hair & Makeup: Danielle Walch 
Production and Craft Assistant: Julia Wester
Recipes and sources used: see details on YouTube 

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{Photos by Casey Brodley for Oh Joy. My dress by Sonnet James.}

32 comments

  1. i just remembered that i got some of those letter cookie stamps a while ago. guess it is time to finally get them to some good use.
    and i am definitely going to try to make these gummies. thanks for sharing.

  2. Adorable Joy. What a great idea! Where did you get those gift boxes from for the pie crust conversation hearts? They are beautiful and so colorful!

  3. ok. this post is way too cute for words. i love absolutely everything about both of these ideas! those pie crusts look both delicious and adorable — I’m going to have to make some pronto!
    thanks for sharing!
    xox
    chloe
    http://popcosmo.com

  4. So cute! If anyone’s looking for just the tiny heart cutter, I found some in a fondant cutter set at Michael’s. Also got some other great tiny shapes. Making these for my coworkers this week!

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