Chocolate Crafts

Posted by on Jul 14, 2010 in Parents/Kids Archive | 0 comments

We did this craft with kids after reading J. Samia Mair’s, Amira’s Totally Chocolate World. We found this activity to be fun and easy for kids of all ages.

HERSHEY’S KISSES Kritters

Materials:

    • Pipe cleaner
    • Jiggly eyes
    • Feathers Butterfly wings (available at craft stores or make your own)
    • Construction paper, felt or foam sheets
    • 2 HERSHEY’S KISSES Brand Chocolates per Kritter
    • Glue (low heat gun, non-toxic craft glue, glue stick, confectioner’s glue, or clear tape)

Instructions:

Butterfly

1. Glue 1 pair of butterfly wings to the flat side of one chocolate.

2. Bend a 2″ piece of pipe cleaner in half and curl both ends.

3. Glue folded point to top end of same chocolate.

Completed craft is for decorative purposes only. Candy used in craft should not be eaten.

4. Glue second chocolate flat end to flat end with other chocolate, securing the wings and antennae between them.

5. Complete by gluing on jiggly eyes.

Caterpillar

1. Curl a 6″ piece of pipe cleaner around a pencil. Glue one chocolate to each end of the curled pipe cleaner.

2. Fold a 1″ piece of pipe cleaner in half and glue to top of one chocolate to form antennae.

3. Cut two set of feet and glue to bottom of each chocolate.

4. Complete by gluing on jiggly eyes.

Ostrich

1. Bend pipe cleaner in half

2. Glue the center of the bent pipe cleaner to an edge of the flat side of a chocolate.

3. Glue feather to the opposite edge of the flat side of the same chocolate.

4. Glue second chocolate flat end to flat end with other chocolate, securing the feather and pipe cleaner in between them.

5. Complete by gluing on jiggly eyes to one chocolate and feathers to the sides of the other chocolate.

* Completed craft is for decorative purposes only. Candy used in craft should not be eaten.

We found this neat craft idea on Hershey’s Website.

http://www.hersheys.com/kisses/crafts/?ICID=KISS1005

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