Friday, February 6, 2015

Easy Kid made Valentine Chocolate Gift

Handmade gifts rock.  This week's Creative Preschool Collaborator theme is Valentine's Day!   Since hubby REALLY loves chocolate, Chuck and I made him a special chocolate Valentine's gift.  Shhh. Don't tell him about it.  It's a surprise!

Kid Made Valentine Chocolate Gift  

Here's a fun and easy kid made chocolate gift!
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Aren't they cute?  They look so fun and colorful... almost like cupcakes!  We had a ton of fun making this plate of goodies.  Chuck even enjoyed it more than our Kiss Wrapping Paper!  So  keep reading to see how we made this lovely gift and check out 4 other great Valentine's activities and crafts from the other members of the Creative Preschool Team.

Materials Needed:

Gather materials to make your kid made chocolate gift.
  • Cupcake Liners
  • Paper Plates
  • Sharpie Marker
  • Multi-colored tissue paper
  • Tape
  • White Glue
  • Chocolates (We used the Godiva chocolate kind)
  • Scissors
  • Razzle-dazzle items ( Glitter Glue, Sequins, Gems, Cut out Shapes)

Let's get making!

1.  First I wrote "sweets for the sweet" on top of the plate.

2.  Then, I cut out a bunch of square tissue paper pieces.  Chuck wrapped each candy inside of the tissue paper and we taped them into the cupcake liners.

Wrap up your chocolates.

3.  Then, we taped and glued the cupcake liners onto the plate.

4. Then, we pulled out all of our razzle-dazzle items and decorated our colorfully wrapped candies.

This was definitely our favorite part.

decorate your chocolates

And that's it!

Up close shot of preschool kid made chocolate gift

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And be sure to check out 4 other great Valentine's Day Activities and Crafts from the Creative Preschool bloggers!

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