The Pin Junkie: Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose
How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

So, when it comes to Valentine's Day, what do you like to receive from your sweetheart?  Chocolates and roses are always popular gifts and this Hershey's kiss chocolate rose combines both!

I'm participating in a monthly challenge with a fun group of craft bloggers and each month we're challenged to make something with a specific theme.  This month's theme is "pink"  which is perfect for Valentine's Day!  I always love seeing what each of the challenge participants creates.  (To see all of this month's entries, just scroll down to the end of this post.)  For this month's theme, I decided to make a Hershey's kiss chocolate rose from my Valentine's Day Pinterest board.  To make this project, you'll need a few basic supplies:

Materials:
Hershey kisses
pink tissue paper
wooden skewers
scissors
floral tape
artificial leaves

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Cut a square piece of tissue paper about five inches wide on each side.
Tape the flat ends of two Hershey kisses together.

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Place the kisses in the center of the tissue paper.
 Wrap the paper around the kisses.

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Insert a wooden skewer.

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

 Secure the Hershey kisses to the wooden skewer
by wrapping floral tape around the paper and skewer.

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Add the leaves and continue wrapping the rest of the skewer
in floral tape to finish the stem.

How To Make A Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

 You'll have a beautiful rose when you're all finished!

Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose

Red roses are traditional for Valentines day, but pink ones are my favorite!

Hershey's Kiss Chocolate Rose


Here are a few more fun pink projects from some really talented bloggers
who are participating in the monthly Make It challenge!



chocolate-covered-strawberry-roses


Hershey's kiss chocolate rose inspired by this pin and this pin.



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31 comments:

  1. How fun would it be to make a bouquet of these for the children's teachers? Love it!

    Great job on the tutorial!
    ~ Ashley

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    1. It would make a great gift for a teacher. Too bad I don't have kids in school any more! :(

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  2. That's awesome that you combined the chocolate and roses together, and probably saved a good chunk of money while making an adorable craft. I would love to receive a "bouquet" of these!

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  3. This is so clever and looks so simple! I love how you made the flower Bonnie! Thanks for sharing :)

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  4. What a simple, cute idea! I totally love this!!

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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  5. These are a fantastic idea, my daughter and her friends are raising money for their Prom. I'll suggest they make these to take to school to sell.

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  6. This is so pretty. I've always wondered how to make these...what a great craft! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  7. Great idea! You make it look so easy!

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  8. What a cute idea and so much easier to make than I expected. A bouquet of a dozen of these would be what I would want!! Visiting from the Wonderful Wednesday Blog hop.

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  9. Very cute idea! Love it! I have a lot of take-out food wooden chopsticks in my home. I bet those can be used for the stem, too! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Super cute idea! Love things that can be whipped up in a hurry like this. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  11. I love this idea!! Hope you stop by and share your stuff on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday Link Party !! It is still going on! I would love to have you!http://www.cookinandcraftin.com/my-2-favorite-things-on-thursday-link-party-5/


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  12. Bonnie, what a cute idea...and so simple too! Very fun for Valentine's Day. Please come share your blog posts over at the Home Matters Linky Party! We'd love to have you for a visit. The Door is OPEN. http://lifewithlorelai.com/2015/02/05/home-matters-linky-party-23/ :)

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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  13. Always love your ideas Bonnie. You're so clever. Thanks for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. I'm featuring this at a special Valentine's Day round up going live tomorrow.

    Anne @ Domesblissity xx

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  14. this a super cute idea! so simple & fun. might have to try this with my daughter. tfs. MJ
    https://maryjomaterazo.typepad.com

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  15. Adorable! What a fun idea. I'll have to make one of these for my daughter. She would love it.

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  16. Such a great idea!! I'd love for you to share it at Simple & Sweet Fridays this week!! Have a great day!
    Hugs,
    Jody

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  17. Those are so adorable! I'm thinking the teens may want to make some for their friends. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle -- pinned! :)

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  18. great idea and efficient, two things I love:) #makeit TCK love!

    ~Be Sweet
    Christina at
    SWEET HAUTE

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  19. Thank you visiting Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party this week and sharing your post! I have pinned your post to the BBPP Pinterest Board. Have a fabulous week!

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  20. This is so cute! And I love how simple it is to make. Thank you for sharing at Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in this week's issue.

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  21. Popping back to let you know this post is a pick of the week on my post Receiving Roses for SYC Thursday. Great project. Super instructions.

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