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  1. otisisst said:

    I have seen them at both Target and Walmart. I have even seen them in the grocery store. I would try one of the larger chains. Macy's has them online. Or try my fave, Amazon.

  2. sugarbee said:

    Just about any dept store should carry them.

    If not try places like GARDEN RIDGE, OLD TIME POTTERY,

    or any cake supply store.

  3. itsjujub said:

    you don't need a heart shaped pan. All you need is a square one, and a round one (of the same diameter). cut the round cake in half and put the 2 pieces on 2 edges of the queare one…. There is your heart.

  4. elyag43 said:

    You can also cut square cakes and piece them together to make a heart. Under the icing you won't be able to tell. I have seen how to do it in cookbooks. Why don't you try google and see what you can find.

  5. TRN said:

    If you don't want to buy one, I found this website where you can MAKE one WITHOUT a heart-shaped pan. I haven't used it personally, but click below if you decide to take a shot at it.

    God bless!

  6. olympics junkie said:

    i got a set at a rummage sale last summer, so they are available someplace. Just start calling around to KMart, hardware stores, etc.

  7. win back ex girlfr said:

    Is there a Home Goods in your area?

    Bed, Bath and Beyond.

    I've also seen them at TJ Maxx or Marshall's, maybe it was Ross, whichever has kitchen stuff. But those stores are hit or miss.

  8. Jennifer said:

    Michael's craft store has them on sale this week for $7.99. Last day of sale is this Saturday.

  9. Allie J said:

    craft stores, like joann's, because they sell Wilton stuff. Or Walmart, target. It shouldn't be too hard, this close to V-day

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