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Bouquet of Candy Kisses
Bouquet of Candy Kisses
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We're not sure what we love most about this Bouquet of Candy Kisses project: the fact that it's super easy to make, super cute or super tasty! If you're looking for quick homemade gift ideas for Valentine's Day, this craft is perfect! You can get most of the supplies at the Dollar Store and your kids can even help you with these simple Valentine crafts. These sweet little roses are one of the most thoughtful and affordable homemade gift ideas around, so they will be loved by anyone who receives them.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts


HolidayValentines Day

Project TypeMake a Project

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Auntie Ann, what a great idea. Giving these as party favors was very clever. I love the bouquet concept and I would love to gift a very large bouquet so I guess a single bag of kisses would make a large bouquet. , if they don't disappear while I make the candy kisses roses, lol.

The designer is stating this is an "oldie". I have been around for a while and I think this is the first time that I have seen this idea. I really like it. It is simple and easy and who would not love to get a "kiss" on Valentine's day or any day for that matter. Thanks for the project idea.

These are very cute and very easy to do. It just takes a little time and patience. I have done them in green paper for a Saint Patrick's day bouquet. I don't understand a previous comment that said they are non edible? Hershey kisses are totally edible. Unless you mean the paper and I would hope people know not to eat wrapping paper!

I made these out of GOLD kisses for my parents 50th anniversary as party favors everyone loved them I have also made them for a bridal shower using the easter/spring colors. If you have trouble getting the wire into the kiss drill a PIN hole slightly into the top kiss bottom of flower. I also added a TY card onto each set of 3. but noted on back of tag nonediable!! This was a lot of work but fun to do


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