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Chocolate Kiss Roses – Gift Ideas For Kids

Chocolate Kiss Roses – Gift Ideas For Kids

Chocolate Kiss Roses - Valentine's Day (Mother's Day) Gift Ideas For Kids

Why buy boring roses for Valentine’s day, when you can make these cute little chocolate Kiss roses !?!?! This is a very inexpensive craft that you can give t…

25 Responses to “Chocolate Kiss Roses – Gift Ideas For Kids”

  1. Light MKz says:

    that’s very good looks

  2. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    @TheChronophasia Thank you! 🙂 It’s not expensive at all and it’s a great
    idea for teachers too. They can just set the bouquet on their desk and give
    out the roses at the end of the day.

  3. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    I got everything at the dollar store. You can also check out craft stores
    or places like Walmart and Target in the craft section. 🙂

  4. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    It’s really nice to know that someone will take this idea and use it for
    mother’s day. 🙂

  5. sillybunny357 says:

    Can you post a list of all the materials please?

  6. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    It’s too bad. But some chocolate kisses come with caramel and nuts or
    cherry filling (I think). Maybe those they will like better.

  7. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    Thank you for the nice comment. 🙂

  8. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    Aww! That is so sweet! 🙂

  9. Samantha Galvan says:

    Thank u so much!This is the perfect for my mom for Mother’s Day!!They r so
    cute,easy,yummy,and cool.:)

  10. Madeline Rupard says:

    Ok 🙂

  11. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    HaHa! Just how many of these are you making? That’s a great idea you had to
    use a straw. 🙂

  12. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    Thank you. 🙂

  13. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    Yes, you can still eat the chocolate. The chocolate does melt if the glue
    is too hot, so make sure you use low temperature glue or tacky glue. You
    can also use double stick tape. They will hold well once you wrap them up.
    If you only have hot glue, then use it before it gets too hot and only use
    a little of it. 🙂

  14. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    Thank you! I really appreciate your positive feedback. I hope you have a
    lovely day with your mom! Take care! :)))

  15. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    That’s very thoughtful of you. I’m sure it will make that person very
    happy. 🙂

  16. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    My pleasure! 🙂

  17. Emily Castro says:

    I acctually had to make like 30 because i was gonna give one to all my aun

  18. bitchytroublemaker says:

    i really love d idea ….. m jus a lil concerned whn u poke d skewer stick
    into d kisses it does increase chances of contamination of the chocolate as
    its been exposed in a hot n humid climate mostly @ my place … plzzz plz
    plz plz reply …

  19. kaykay78910 says:

    im gonna give it to a boy i like in my class

  20. MyPinkRainbow says:

    very cute im gonna make some for a get well gifty ..clever idea ..i luv it
    thanks for sharring

  21. alexisscalera11 says:

    I made one of those in 3 grade

  22. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    @inimisi Thank You! 🙂

  23. TheFuzzyDragon1 says:

    I don’t think it would be too bad since you will be wrapping it again plus
    adding that extra protection with the cellophane paper. If you are worried
    about it, then you can put them in the refrigerator or freezer until they
    are ready to be eaten. 🙂

  24. vivalaREVolution1039 says:

    Where do I buy floral tape and skewer stick?

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