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Valentine's Day is going to be here before you know it and I am always thinking about what to get my husband. I figured I would try something different and make something for my 9-year-old daughter! It is time to put a spin on things. We do gift baskets for Easter, why not make gift baskets for our kids this Valentine's Day? This is so fun and cute! I am going to show you an easy and simple way to make one! I was provided with an assortment of candy from The Hershey Company for this project .
 I visited my local craft store and purchased a variety of crafty products to put together a basket.
I needed cellophane, ribbon, and they also sell these cute little crafty cupcakes and heart that have a sticker on the backs of them to put on the basket! I thought it would be a cute way to make the occasion. It came together nicely.
You also need a variety of candy to choose from!!  As you can tell,The Hershey Company has a ton of options, but I do recommend you purchase Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Hearts filled with Caramel and Reese’s Peanut Butter 5 oz. Heart packages. They are delicious! 
I put the Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Hearts filled with Caramel and Reese’s Peanut Butter 5 oz. Heart candies in mason jars with ribbon wrapped around them and it was perfect. 
You also need a few small items such as what is pictured below, or you can buy small toys too! I was sure to include a Valentine's Day card.
I was able to get it all for cheap! I put a layer of cellophane in the basket and then put the filler down. I started adding everything and it slowly came together nicely. I did have to remove a few things, however, that was fine because I had plenty.
The gift basket I purchased came with a basket bag, and it made for the final finishing touch that I needed! 
Overall, I am so thrilled with how this turned out and I cannot wait to give this to our princess this Valentine's Day! For more information, including recipes, visit CelebrateWithHersheys.com.
Do you have kids that you do special things for on Valentine's Day? I would love to hear about it! 
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