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Create Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers for Valentine’s Day

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As I perused the candy aisle recently, the extra-large Hershey kisses caught my eye and I immediately thought it looked just like the top of a plastic drink bottle. When I got home I went to work creating Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers for Valentine's Day. Don't you just love it when a Craft Success happens? I know I do!

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Valentine's Day Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers

Create Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers for Valentine's Day by Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #valentinesday #hersheykiss #recycledcrafts

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Here's what you need to make Upcycled Kiss Containers:

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Here's how to create Cute Chocolate Kisses from Soda Bottles:

STEP ONE

To begin the Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers, wash and dry the plastic drink bottles. Remove the lid and labels. Carefully cut the top section of the plastic drink bottle at the point where the tapering ends with scissors. My bottles are 2-liter and a 1-liter, but any size plastic drink bottles would work.

STEP TWO

Repeat with additional plastic drink bottles. At this point, you will be able to wash and dry any additional residue from the inside of the bottles. Carefully trace the bottoms of the plastic drink bottles onto cardboard with the MONOTWIN Permanent Marker. Cut out the cardboard circles with scissors.

STEP THREE

Flip the plastic soda bottle upside down and fill it with small toys and chocolate kiss candy. fit the cardboard circles on the opening and secure with scotch tape.

STEP FOUR

Flip the filled plastic drink bottle right side up on your work surface. Download and print the Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Container Sayings below ⇓ Select your favorite saying, cut it out and notch the right end with scissors. Leave the long tail on the left side of the saying and insert it into the spout of the plastic drink bottle.

STEP FIVE

Roll out a 12″ to 14″ length of aluminum foil and cut from the dispenser. Place the kiss container in the center of the foil square/rectangle. Carefully wrap the foil around the container using your hands. Shape the foil at the top of the container into a point, leaving the saying exposed.

Download the Free Printable Jumbo Kiss Messages HERE!

The Perfect Valentine, Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers

I hope you will create my Jumbo Kiss Chocolate Kiss for Valentine's Day and use them as a jumping-off point to show your friends and family just how much you love them. Take time to slow down and get crafty with the kiddos!

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More Valentine's Day Kids Crafts

Learn how to make Valentine Kisses Booth Dollar Tree Crafts for a sweet treat everyone will love. Instead of a boring candy dish this Valentine's Day make this quick and easy Kissing Booth from a mini crate and craft sticks, then fill it with adorable Hershey kisses wrapped in pink and red foil. 

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Valentine’s Day is such a fun holiday full of love and candy – two of my favorite things!  I LOVE crafting with the kiddos, so this year for Valentine’s Day we have created these quick and easy 15 Minute DIY Felt Fortune Cookies for their friends and classmates – full of funny fortunes and chocolate kisses! 

DIY Felt Fortune Cookies for your Valentine Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #feltcrafts #fortunecookie #DIYcrafts #valentinesday #freeprintable

My quick and easy Free Printable Pop It Valentine Cards are a great way to give a child's class valentines. These popular fidget toys are the newest rage with kids of all ages, particularly younger kids, and work like reusable bubble wrap.

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Are you too busy to make this Recycled Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Container for Valentine's Day right now? Pin it for later!  I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

I'd love to hear what you think about this project, or if you want to know more about Recycled Crafts. If you've made your own Valentine's Day projects, I would love to see your creations! Share them on Instagram, and Facebook, or leave a comment/photo on the project pin on Pinterest! #CreativelyBeth

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41 thoughts on “Create Jumbo Chocolate Kiss Containers for Valentine’s Day

    • What a cute idea! Pinned.

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  • Thank you for this very generous craft giveaway!

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  • No such thing as too much chocolate or kisses

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  • My favorite thing to make for Valentine’s Day is cupcakes.

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  • What a fun craft to show off (the giant Kiss container) and thanks for the giveaway!

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  • thank you for all your work

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  • I love having an amazing home cooked meal, along with some delicious cupcakes for dessert!

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  • That is such a cute idea! I like making all sort of things for Valentine’s Day, but I guess my favorite thing to make is mug rugs.

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    • I, love making crafty things for all ages, my very favorite is for the babies in my life.

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  • Absolutely love the jumbo kiss container! Love anything with kisses!

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  • My favorite thing to make are Valentines Day cards for my grandchildren.

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  • We love crafts of any kind and holidays make it better

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  • I love to make frosted heart cookies.

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  • Cute idea

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  • Love to make Heart Sugar cookies & decorate with the Grangirlie!! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too!! 😀

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  • It’s these type of giveaways that introduce me to new crafts and crafters. Keep
    It coming!

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  • I love to make heart shaped cookies and handmade cards for the grandkids. Also sent out some handmade Valentine postcards to friends.

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  • My favorite thing to make for Valentine’s Day is sugar cookies and peanut butter bones for the furbabies.

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  • I love to make Cupid Poop, out of candy hearts, mini marshmallows & raisinettes with the cute Cupid Poop poem,

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  • Awesome creations, I especially love the giant KISS!

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  • My favorite thing to make is a trip to the local bakery for cookies. 😉 I don’t really make any Valentine’s gifts, but I do for other holidays, like Christmas!

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  • Unfortunately, February is so busy that we barely get class valentine’s done, but we always make those.

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  • I love to make heart shape buckeyes.

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  • I like making heart garlands!

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  • Its’ fun making Valentines

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  • Very clever, Beth! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ’s.

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    • Thanks for hosting such a great linky party every week, Ann!!

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  • 0mg so smart, love this!!! Thanks

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    • THANKS A BUNCH, Debbie! Tag me if you make them!

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    • Thanks a BUNCH, Melynda! Super easy to make as well!

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  • This is so creative! I’ll be featuring your post on tomorrow’s Crafty Creators. Hope to see you there!
    Niki | Life as a LEO Wife

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    • Thank you so much for the feature, Niky! I’ll be sure to stop by!

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  • That is SO cute! Who doesn’t like a super sized treat? No one!

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    • Yes, Julie, and I LOVE upcycling everyday items into usable crafts!

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  • You nailed it with this one. Not only is it a great recycling project but full of sweetness too. This post will be a feature this week for those who need a last minute gift idea. #HomeMattersParty

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    • THANKS A BUNCH, Donna! I love recycling crafts <3

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    • Thanks a bunch, Donna! It was definitely an AH HA moment!

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