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I LOVE Valentine's Day! I am a believer that you should show your significant lover how much you love them every day, however, Valentine's Day is an excuse to make pretty things and bake yummy treats! I wanted to make something out of the box and different! I made a Valentine's Day Candy Bouquet!
The Hershey Company was generous enough to provide an assortment of candy to make this happen! Keep reading to see how I made this cute bouquet!
I visited my local craft store and bought a vase, ribbon, and cute decorations to place in the vase. I also bought cellophane to stick inside of it. They also had wooden dowels that I cut myself to place the candy on.
I was provided with a variety of candy including Reese’s Conversation Cups and Hershey’s Kisses Conversation Candies. I used other candy they sent as well. Hershey’s Kisses Conversation Candies are exclusively available at Target and they are the CUTEST!
They are perfect for Valentine's Day! See?! There are several messages on them!
I placed all of the dowels in the vase and cut in different lengths. In my opinion, it makes for a better presentation. I then started adding the tiny decorations. Remember, you can tweek it anytime to make it better and prettier.
You simply start taking candy and tape is generously on the dowels. I ended up making 6 of them. Place them aside.
Pour your Hershey’s Kisses Conversation Candies inside of the vase. See how pretty it is? Place the candy dowels inside and add the tiny details! I made a bow and put it on the vase and cut shreds of cellophane and stuffed it at the top of the vase! It looks too cute!
The tiny details make the bouquet as well.
This was so fun to make and my daughter is excited to take it to her teacher for their Valentine's Day party.
For more information, including recipes, visit CelebrateWithHersheys.com. There are so many ideas and tips you can use!
Would you consider making one of these for Valentine's Day? It was so fun!