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Valentine's Day Guide 2023

I don't know if it's the cold temperatures that got me thinking about a warm night in by the fire. Or maybe it's because Valenti...

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Have fun with Valentines Candy from CandyWarehouse!


The iconic smiley has come a long way, and so have conversation hearts. Now you can get Emoticon Conversation Hearts and roll with the changes. Super cute and ready for giving (or eating) in the classic flavors we all know and love.

I remember getting candy rings as a child, but I don't remember them being so cool looking and fancy like these Jazzy Jewels Candy Rings. My daughter was so excited when these arrived she begged me to let her take them to school for their class party. She wanted to share them with her friends and be the cool kid with something no one else had. So of course I gave her the bag, and I can't wait to hear what everyone thought of them. I told her to bring one back home for mom if there was leftovers. One of the great things about this bag is that it has 30 pieces, unlike many that have 25 or less which isn't always enough for a classroom exchange.


And last but definitely not least we received Brach's Conversation Heart Jelly Beans. I think this was my favorite bag out of them all. I've never been real big on eating many conversation hearts, but I do like having fun with the words with my kids. And I just happen to love jelly beans! So putting conversation heart messages on the jelly beans is the best idea they could have come up with in my book. Imagine your favorite fruit flavored jelly beans in a bag with cute little messages!

Buy it: You can purchase these Valentines candies and more directly from the CandyWarehouse website, or at their retail location in Southern California.

Already have your Valentine's candy for this weekend? Then make sure you "Hop" on over to their Easter section and started planning ahead today! They have everything you'll need to fill Easter baskets, eggs, and more.
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