The Cutest DIY Valentine's Tiered Tray Marshmallows EVER!

6 Materials
30 Minutes

I love decorating tiered trays! I also love Marshmallow Topper. I think they are just so stinkin' cute.

I wanted to start working on my tray for Valentine's this year and the first project was to make a Valentine inspired marshmallow topper.

To get started on this adorable marshmallow topper you will need to get a pack of foam dice and white balloons from Dollar Tree.

Step 1.

  • Cut the neck off of the white balloons.
  • Cover the dice with 3 white balloons.

Step 2.

  • Cut a piece of felt in half.

Step 3.

  • Glue felt to balloon cover foam dice.
  • Use a piece of twine to tie the felt at the top to create the hat.

Step 4.

  • Apply a face to your marshmallow.
  • This can be done with markers or vinyl.

I purchase this face bundlefrom Design Bundles for this project.

If you don't have a cutting machine purchase your PRE-CUT VINYL FACE on my website.


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Suggested materials:
  • 2 Foam Dice   (Dollar Tree)
  • 6 White Balloons   (Dollar Tree)
  • Ribbon, String, or Twine   (Dollar Tree)
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  • Pam Axton Pam Axton on Jan 05, 2021

    I don’t understand what this has to do with a tiered tray. Can you explain please?

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