Make A Hershey Kisses Candy Christmas Tree
(Edison, New Jersey, USA)
Here's a picture of what your Hershey's Kisses Craft tree should look like!
You can make a Hershey Kisses Candy Christmas Tree using Hershey candy Kisses, some foam, aluminum foil and glue. Add some colorful Kisses as Christmas decorations and you've got a creative homemade family project for December. The kids are going to enjoy making this candy tree...make sure you get extra Kisses because I bet everyone want to eat some!
Here is what you need to make this easy craft that is perfect for kids.
To make the Christmas Kisses Tree you will need the following materials:
1 (12 x 4 inch) cone shaped foam
4 bags (13 ounces each) Hershey's Kisses, holiday colors
Low heat glue gun, non-toxic glue sticks or craft glue
First cover the foam cone with foil.
Glue flat side of green kisses to foil covered cone. Use remaining red and silver kisses to decorate the tree.
Insert one end of the toothpick into the side of each kiss and the other end into the foam cone, filling in the gaps between the green kisses.
Glue the red bow on top of the candy tree.
This completed craft is for decoration; candy should NOT be eaten.
(Footsie Note: I see no reason why you couldn't anchor the red bow and green kisses to the cone with toothpicks also. In doing so, the "tree" would then become completely edible. Posted by Footsie at recipegoldmine.com 12/21/2001 6:43 am)
Need Kisses? Check out the Hershey Store...
HERSHEY'S KISSES Gift Box
. If you like Hershey candies you can find gift ideas and even clothes...like flannel pajamas with the Hershey candies on them. Look at the store for some fun gift and craft ideas.
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. You can find kids craft kits for every holiday...Christmas, Valentine's Day, St Patty's Day, Easter, 4th of July, Halloween...and they are all reasonably priced. You can find novelty gifts, party supplies and even teaching tools...check out the Oriental Trading Company!