These decorations are super simple and don't require any special skills or equipment to make. If you can draw a heart shape then you've pretty much got the skill set needed to make these chocolate hearts. Use them as cupcake toppers or to decorate a cake. They're so cute they'll make you look like a decorating superstar!
What you'll need:
Candy melts, (any colors you want) can be found in the cake decorating section of Wal-Mart or any major craft store.
Wax paper or parchment paper
zip top baggies, or if you want you can use pipping bags and tips but they aren't necessary to make the hearts.
Place a piece of the wax paper or parchment paper onto a cookie sheet..
Put approximately 1/2 cup of candy melts into the zip top baggie. Melt them in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Knead the bag and heat them for 15-20 seconds until melted.
Push the melted chocolate toward one corner of the baggie. Cut a very small tip from one corner of the baggie.
Fold the top of the bag over and squeeze as you draw some heart shapes onto the wax paper.
If you think you need a pattern, or want them to all to be exactly the same size, you can print out some hearts on paper and place the paper under your wax paper to use as a guide. Alternately, you could trace around some small cookie cutters onto parchment paper, flip the paper over and follow the pattern.
I like to do them freehand. I like making different sizes and shapes.