DIY Giant Kisses Filled With Kisses!

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Introduction: DIY Giant Kisses Filled With Kisses!

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Create your own giant Kiss with a custom tag! These are so fun and easy... and no baking required! They are great for Valentine's Day, anniversaries, Mother's Day, or any time you just feel like giving someone a GIANT KISS!  Click here for more fun DIY recipes and tutorials!

For each giant kiss you will need

    Aluminum foil
    Scissors
    Cardboard
    Custom tag (written or typed) cut into strip
    Plastic sandwich bag
    Hershey Kisses (or your favorite snack to fill you Kiss)

Step 1:

Fill a plastic bag with Kisses. (A bag WITHOUT a zip lock actually works better, but it was all I had.) Bring the 2 diagonal corners together and twist, creating a bulge of kisses in the bottom corner of the bag.

Step 2:

Get creative while filling your Kiss. Try fruit for a healthier alternative, marshmallows, fruit snacks, candies, popcorn, or your favorite snack!

Step 3:

Cut a base for your Kiss out of cardboard to keep the shape when wrapping it up. Mine was about 4 1/2" in diameter.

Step 4:

Wrap your cardboard circle in foil.

Step 5:

Cut large sheets of foil to wrap your kiss. I used pre cut foil sheets that were about 10"x12". Place your bag of Kisses on top of your cardboard circle and place in the middle of the foil sheet.

Step 6:

Wrap foil up and around your kiss, covering it entirely, forming a point at the top with the tag sticking out of the top. For more fun Valentine's Day/Romantic ideas and recipes click here!

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    15 Discussions

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    animal lover
    animal lover

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Just made one for mom, but she wont be too happy with the fact that I finished
    her foil.

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    animal lover
    animal lover

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    She didnt eat it.Turns out she was on a diet. :c

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    vpurcell
    vpurcell

    8 years ago on Introduction

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea! 1 of our 3 kids can't have chocolate (MSPI) so it's hard to find him little things for these chocolate holidays! THIS is GREAT!!!! THANK YOU for the WONDERFUL IDEA!

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    Dollhouse Bake Shoppe
    Dollhouse Bake Shoppe

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    So glad you enjoyed it! Be sure to find Dollhouse Bake Shoppe on Facebook for more fun ideas, or visit our blog at http://dollhousebakeshoppe.com

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    shootfilm
    shootfilm

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Great idea! I'll be making this tomorrow. (I had to let her know the REAL gift I'm making her is experiencing some technical delays. :-/ Fortunately she's very understanding.)

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    Dollhouse Bake Shoppe
    Dollhouse Bake Shoppe

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I'M SURE SHE WILL LOVE BOTH OF THEM :) BE SURE TO FIND DOLLHOUSE BAKE SHOPPE ON FACEBOOK AND POST A PICTURE OF YOU KISS, I WOULD LOVE TO SEE HOW IT TURNS OUT!