Hershey Kisses Fabric Roses
We are getting close to Valentine's Day, a holiday represented by roses if there ever was one.
The first Hershey Kisses rose someone gave me was made out of clear celophane. I loved the idea so much I took it home to use as a template to use up some of my fabric scraps. Although with fabric it's not easy to know what is inside, I found an easy way to make that clear.
To make Hershey Kisses fabric roses, you will need:
a 3"x5" fabric piece per flower; select a light or medium weight fabric.
1 or 2 leaves per flower, either cut out of green fabric or pre-made;
2 Hershey Kisses per flower;
1 wooden cooking skewer;
To make, glue two Hershey Kisses bottoms together. I like to mix a hug with a kiss or two hugs. Depends on the message you want to send so I will leave what kind of Hershey chocolate you sue up to you.
Insert cooking skewer into one end.
If you use a light fabric that is green for leaves, you may need to spray with starch and iron to keep the leaf from falling over.
Place other Hershey Kiss end into center of fabric and wrap fabric around the Hershey chocolate. I add the little Hershey id paper to the outside before wrapping with floral tape so the recipient knows what is inside.
A bouquet is nice but the single flowers are even nicer, especially if you add a little personal card.
Fun to make and even more fun to give!