26
Jan

hershey’s kisses

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Nothing says Valentine’s day to me like Hershey’s kisses. The kids and I didn’t have any of the sweet treat, so we decided to make our own, kind of. They thought this craft was super fun. It was really easy to make and it’s a great Valentine’s craft. Here’s how we made them:

What you’ll need:

cardstock
tin foil
scissors
glue
googly eyes
marker
glitter glue

Directions:

1. cut a Hershey’s kiss shape out of your cardstock
2. cover your Hershey’s kiss with a piece of tin foil
3. glue on 2 googly eyes and use a glitter glue pen to draw on a mouth
4. have your child write their name on a rectangular shape of cardstock and glue to the back of your kiss

Kirsten’s kiss:

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Camden’s kiss:

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8 thoughts on “hershey’s kisses

  1. Brooke

    My first thought on seeing the picture was that you wrapped up a triangle sandwich in tin foil and made hersheys. That would be fun too. They are so cute!

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  2. Mommy Of 3

    I love your blog so much!!!!!! I cannot get enough! LOVE THIS and WILL BE REPLICATING IT! PS. Found the lip gloss canisters after searching 4 different stores (Jo-Ann’s Fabrics, Dollar Tree, Sally’s Beauty Supply) and finally found them at AC MOORE for $3.99 for 6. I bought 3 packs. If you have any extra tips so I don’t waste my money or time on lipgloss post, let me know :) bollingwith5@gmail.com

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  3. Jill

    Thank-you so much ladies!

    Mommy of 3 – that’s awesome that you found some containers at AC Moore. We don’t have those here in Canada (at least not where I live). I hope you have success with your lip gloss!

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