Christmas Crafts With Hershey's Kisses

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The bright, shiny colors of red, silver and green Hershey's Kisses foil wrappers make these candies ideal for creating colorful Christmas crafts. Many are easy enough for kids, and even the youngest artists can create Christmas crafts with a bit of adult help. Start with plenty of Hershey's kisses, as they have a way of disappearing.

Christmas Crafts With Hershey's Kisses
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To make a colorful Christmas tree with Hershey's Kisses, cover a Styrofoam cone with aluminum foil. Use white craft glue or an electric glue gun to glue green Hershey's Kisses to the cone, with the flat side of the candies against the tree. After the cone is covered with green Kisses, decorate your tree with red and silver Hershey's Kisses. Insert the end of a toothpick into the flat side of each candy and then poke the other end of the toothpick into the tree between the green Kisses. Glue a red bow to the top of your Christmas tree. Each 12-inch Kisses tree requires approximately one bag of silver Kisses, one bag of red Kisses and two bags of green Kisses.

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Cover a 12-inch Styrofoam ring with aluminum foil and then cover the wreath with silver, green and red Hershey's Kisses. To attach the Kisses to the wreath, break several round toothpicks in half. Poke one end of a toothpick in the bottom of a Hershey's Kiss and then dab several drops of craft glue onto the bottom of the candy around the toothpick to add extra holding power. Push the Kiss into the Styrofoam. Continue until the wreath is covered with Kisses in alternating colors. Allow the glue to dry several hours and then use floral wire to attach a big bow to the top of the wreath.

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