Cupid’s Quiver

 I cut a quiver pattern from grungepaper and covered it with decorative rose paper.  Next, I made a shoulder strap using some old lace and fixed it in place with jewel brads.

Then I added some stamped images, (Tim Holz/Close To My Heart), prismaglitter, and a vintage button.

For the arrows: cherry-flavored heart lollipops,  inked on the ends for color with a white feather tied onto the ends with clear rubber bands.

My daughter will love this because it’s the perfect size for her doll.  

And my grand-doll has to have a Valentine, too.  ♥

 Have a lovely weekend!


  1. OH MY GOSH, I so love this!!!

    Do you mind if I borrow the idea? I’m sure mine won’t come out near as awesome, but its such a cool idea!!

    • Thanks so much Annmaree! I don’t mind at all! I’m flattered that you think it is cute enough to try it! 🙂 Have fun!!!
      ( BTW-I also thought that maybe small pencils would’ve made better arrows? Or pixie stix candy?)

  2. You are so clever, cherry heart lollipops with feathers! Such a wonderful idea~
    I love it and I love you have a grand doll. I just showed my daughter, guess I know what I will be picking up at the store ;-D

    Thanks for sharing; You are so talented~

  3. This adorable. You really do have some amazing ideas and the result comes out perfect.
    Thank you so much for your sweet comments in my blog. I’m pretty happy with the way my little fish is coming out, especially for my first crochet piece. And to answer your question – I’m working on PhD in Second Language Acquisition and Sociolinguistics.

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