CUPID has come to Britain as a prop designer has built a two-story giant cascade tower of Love Heart sweets.

The 17-foot model is made from varnished MDF.


It was made by Carmen Croxall outside of her rented house in Exeter, Devon.

She previously transformed her home into a giant gingerbread house in November last year.

That design was to celebrate the festive season. 

Her new design will certainly set locals’ hearts racing.

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She said: “It’s just a big tumbling, cascade of giant love heart sweets. 

“I wasn’t going to do a Valentine’s Day display but so many people asked so I thought I might.” 

Carmen is not sure how long the Valentine’s Day display will stay up, but with Easter being the next major event, she expects it to stay in place for at least a month.

She has also confirmed that she will be creating a new display to celebrate Easter.

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The designer has also created Halloween displays to go alongside the festive and Valentine’s Day designs.

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