Hershey’s Kisses Roses – A Sweet Valentine’s Day Bouquet

Hershey's Kisses Roses from MomOnTimeout.com | Perfect for weddings, Valentine's Day, anniversaries and more! #ValentinesDay #craft

Hershey’s Kiss Roses are a simple and sweet craft to make for Valentine’s Day.  My Mom was the one that introduced these to me many years ago.  She helped me make the roses as favors for my wedding so they definitely have special meaning to me.  While I was on my honeymoon my Mom had this made for me:

You can see the Hershey’s Kiss Rose on the bottom right.  The ribbon had our names and the wedding date printed on it.  This hangs in my bedroom on my side of the bed so I see it every night and every morning.  (I had the most beautiful wedding!)
Hershey's Kisses Roses from MomOnTimeout.com | Perfect for weddings, Valentine's Day, anniversaries and more! #ValentinesDay #craft
They are really a breeze to make and you can have a “sweet” bouquet for the love of your life in no time.

Materials:
Hershey’s Kisses
floral tape
wood dowels or floral sticks
glue dots or double-sided tape
clear or tinted cellophane
ribbon (optional)

Pull out the white paper from the top of the candy.  It may pull out easily or it may tear off.  Just make sure no paper is showing at the top.  If the foil gets loose around the top of the kiss – just push it back together.

Use the glue dots or double-sided tape to attach the bottom of the kisses together.

Wrap the kisses with a square piece of cellophane (about 3″x3″), drawing the edges together at the bottom.

Insert the stick into the base of the rose to create the stem.  (Be careful not to push the stick into the Hershey’s Kiss. Wrap the cellophane tightly around the stick.

Use the floral tape to secure the rose to the stem and continue taping down the stem.  Wind the tape diagonally down the stem.

Add in some rose leaves as you are taping.  I used 1-2 per stem and placed them near the rose but you can place them anywhere along the stem.

Finish wrapping the floral tape along the length of the stem. Cut the tape and press tightly to make sure the tape doesn’t come off.

If you make up a bouquet, add in some floral roses and place a Hershey’s Kiss inside each rose:

Add a bow…

or ribbon to the stem…

Hershey's Kisses Roses from MomOnTimeout.com | Perfect for weddings, Valentine's Day, anniversaries and more! #ValentinesDay #craft

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Comments

  1. Those are so cute!

  2. Ohh, Trish!! I remember my Mom making these one year! Very cute!

  3. Yeah, these take me back a few years! Some things just never go out of style (roses and chocolate!)

    thanks for linking up and linking back!
    gail

  4. So cute! The kids would love these!

  5. Ohhhh I love these.. What a wonderful idea
    Thanks for linking up at friday fun party
    Love
    Hani

  6. these are just adorable! What a great idea!

    Veronica
    Tassels Twigs and Tastebuds

  7. What a great idea! They are adorable!

  8. Just in time for Valentine! Thanks for sharing.

    ~Mrs. Delightful
    ourdelightfulhome.blogpsot.com

  9. Anonymous says:

    Made these for our son’s rehearsal dinner and put bouquets in clear vases filled with extra silver-wrapped hershey kisses. They looked great.

  10. I used to make these all the time with my mom…we handed them out at my wedding reception. So cute! I just found your blog through the whipperberry link party and am currently your newest follower.
    ~Heather
    welovebeingmoms.blogspot.com

  11. These are so cool. Chocolate roses, my fave.
    Good luck from Bacon Time.

  12. These roses are so versitile! We’ve used them for wedding showers, favors at the wedding table, proms, lady’s get togethers, you name it ~ we’ve used ‘em. We even wrapped with different colored cellophane to match the party theme. Glad you shared the tut. I can see them making a comeback!

  13. Great idea… perfect for Valentine’s!

  14. These are adorable & would make a super cute teacher gift! Thanks for sharing!

    Warm Wishes,
    Jodie

    http://lovelaughteranddecor.blogspot.com/

  15. So cute, simple, and festive! If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to share it here:

    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2012/01/shine-on-fridays-11-and-giveaway.html

  16. Very cute idea! ~ Barbara

  17. This is so fun! I bet my kids would love making these. That was so nice of your mom to put together the wedding case for you, what a wonderful keepsake.

  18. I love those candy roses, Trish! What a great idea. Thanks for sharing at my party. I can’t wait to see what you have next week!

  19. These turned out great! Good job. I hope you will link up to my I Heart Projects Party!
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/01/i-heart-projects-linky-party.html

  20. These have been on my to do list for a couple of years but I never seem to make them. They are so darn cute!!! Yours turned out fantastic!!!

  21. Clever, Clever!! Thanks for sharing.
    ~Heather

  22. These roses are so pretty! I’ll have to make some of these for my “sweeties”.

  23. Those are so cute! I would love for you to link up at my new Valentine Party at http://www.cheapcraftymama.com!

  24. What a great idea. These kiss roses are just precious!

  25. Love these… they make such a cute little gift…and not nearly as expensive as the in store chocolate roses!

    Would love it if you came by and linked up! http://serendipityandspice.blogspot.com/2012/01/manic-monday-linky-party-2.html
    -Melissa

  26. Oh these are just beautiful! What a great idea – and thanks for the clear how to as well!!

    I would love if you came over and linked this project to my weekly Round Tuit party at:
    http://jembellish.blogspot.com/
    Have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  27. Soooo cute, this is gonna b part of my teens valentines gift :0)

  28. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for sharing, love it

  29. these look so cute and easy to make thanks for the idea

  30. These are adorable! My kids and I will enjoy making them! thanks for sharing!
    Melissa Becerra
    TheBuzzGal@yahoo.com

  31. Awesome! I am going to make these to give away at church. Thanks for sharing such a great idea?
    Elaine
    sestweety@yahoo.com

  32. Think it would work to use valentine’s day pencils for the stems? Thinking of making these a gifts for my daughter’s classmates and the pencils would make an added gift to the candy.

  33. I made these for a Family Reunion some 5years ago. I used ths sliver kisses and red cellophane paper. They Were A Hit!

  34. so super cute would make a sweet surprise come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  35. So cute! These are my kind of flowers!! We are so glad that you linked up to our “Strut Your Stuff Saturday”. We hope you will come back next Saturday and share another great idea! -The Sisters

  36. I love these, thanks for sharing <3

  37. Such a great idea for Valentine’s Day!!

  38. What a fun idea for V-Day!! :) Love this. Thanks for sharing at oopsey daisy!

  39. Anonymous says:

    These are absolutely adorable!!!! Was going to make tootsie pop flowers, but they may have just been bumped!! LOL

  40. These are super cute! love the idea.

  41. So cute!! Where can you find the rose leaves (without a rose attached)?

    • Hi there! You can find them in the floral department of any craft store OR you can do what I did and buy a bunch of roses from the dollar store and remove the leaves :) Just slide the rose off the top and then slide off the leaves. If you buy them from the store they are usually attached to a metal stem that would make the wrapping easier.

  42. Super clever! And it seems you come from a crafty family, can’t believe your mom made that. So special! Thanks for linking to Refresh Your Nest Friday and hope to see you back there tomorrow!

  43. Love it!! I’ve made these before – and they’re really pretty!! I posted a link to this on my blog…thru my pinterest board!
    Thanks,
    Jennifer @ The Craft Barn
    **I also have a GIVEAWAY going on – please stop by & enter!!

  44. These are adorable! You go girl! I would eat all of them before I got the roses finished! :) Thanks for sharing at my place! Love them!
    Melody
    ChattyChics.com

  45. These are adorable! My daughter would love to get these on Valentine’s Day!

  46. Hey, I saw this earlier on CB and I loved the idea. I did a short piece on a site I am the editorial leader for and linked to you….http://www.labeldaddy.com/blog/just-fyi/changing-it-up-a-little-bit-love-makes-you-do-weird-things

  47. Hi! I saw you on Tip Junkie! :)

  48. Awesome idea, I think I would rather have these than real roses!

  49. I used to make those years and years ago. They’re awesome! I’d love for you to link this up to my party (You could win $20 of vintage jewelry just for linking up). http://trophyw.blogspot.com/2012/01/will-craft-forfree-jewelry.html

  50. very sweet, i just made some similar…but never thought of making rose buds…clever…:)

  51. Great idea! I hope you link up all your great ideas to Thematic Thursday.

  52. Anonymous says:

    I made these for a friend’s birthday. I used the regular silver kisses and recycled colored bags from the grocery store. They turned out really cute.

  53. Ok these are too cute! I am bookmarking this and I am a follower!!!

  54. These are so cute & you’ve put together a really nice tutorial! Just wanted to stop by and invite you to link up at my Sharing Time Link Party, here: http://heathernow.blogspot.com/search/label/sharing%20time
    Have a great day!
    ~Heather

  55. Gorgeous !

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

  56. very very sweet

  57. Love this, too!!! Thanks for sharing at my party!!! Happy Valentine’s Day!!! XO, Aimee

  58. Thanks for linking up to Serenity Saturday
    Hope to can join us again tomorrow

    Natasha

    http://www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

  59. Approximately how long does it take for the kids to make this craft?

  60. I’m new to the whole craft thing, but these seem simple to do. I’m using a couple of floral wires instead to give the stem a bit more stem like effect. This will be the first thing my girlfriend will get Valentine’s day

  61. For the stems, I use pixie sticks and wrap them in floral tape. Kids love the added treat. I also, use colored cellophane to coordinate with the current theme.

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