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We all know the classic Valentine's Day gift is flowers and chocolate. But if you want to add a DIY touch, try making this chocolate bouquet.
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Give to the eye-candy in your life, or share it with a friend or family member!
What you'll need
- Red candies
- Small vase or container
- Stock paper
- Flat chocolate hearts
- Glue stick
- Cookie or lollipop sticks
- Hot glue gun
Fill your vase with candy
Add some festive red candy to your vase or container to serve as the "soil" for your bouquet.
Red gummy candy help the flowers stick.
Attach the chocolate hearts
Using your glue stick, attach your chocolate hearts to your card stock or thick paper in the shape of a flower.
You can place one chocolate heart in the center and treat the rest as the "petals" of your chocolate flower.
Cut your chocolate flower out
Using your scissors, cut out the chocolate hearts that have formed a flower on the paper.
Attach your stem
Take one of your lollipop sticks and attach it to the back of the chocolate flower using a hot glue gun.
Place the flowers in your candy soil and give to a loved one or friend. Happy Valentine's Day!
Editor's note: This was originally published on Feb. 5, 2019.