DIY: Valentine Kisses

Valentine Kisses

Valentine Kisses

Do you have your Valentine’s for next week? Well if you don’t, here is an easy Valentine Kisses DIY project! It’s fun, easy and very customizable. I like to send little valentines to my friends and family members that live around Portland and who don’t.

Valentine Kisses: Materials You Need

Valentine Kisses: Materials You Need

materials:

  • pencil
  • scissors
  • chocolate Hershey Kisses
  • white card stock
  • gel pens
  • cellophane bags (Valentine cellophane bags $1.00 at Target)
  • glue stick
vintage bowl of Hershey Kisses

vintage bowl of Hershey Kisses

Outline your kiss

Outline your kisses

Step 1: Take a Hershey Kiss and use your pencil to outline its circular shape.


Step 2: Use your scissors and cut as many circles as you want. If you are sending a lot of Valentines cut out as much as you can, but you can also mix Hershey Kisses without little messages on the bottom and it will make those with sweet messages even more special.

sweet messages for the kisses

sweet messages for the kisses

Step 3: After you write your personal note, flip the card stock over and glue the blank side of the paper and stick it to the bottom of the Hershey Kiss.

glue + note + kiss

glue + note + kiss

kisses with their notes

kisses with their “love” notes

sealed with a kiss

sealed with a kiss

bag your kisses and send a note

bag your kisses and send a note

Step 4: You can either leave your Hershey Kiss Valentines in a cute bowl or individually package your Valentines in a decorative baggy and send to your friends and family!

Ta-da!  Seal with a kiss and your valentines are ready to be delivered. Happy Valentine’s Day! xx

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15 thoughts on “DIY: Valentine Kisses

    • Thank you so much! It’s been crazy this week for me so I haven’t been posting that much! Thanks for sharing this post. I’m so happy you like it! I hope your readers like it too xx

      I’ll comment on your reblog x

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