Hugs and Kisses Valentine’s Day Printables

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Free Hugs and Kisses Valentine's Day Printables

Valentine’s Day is just a month away! Can you believe it? I have some new Hugs and Kisses Valentine’s Day Printables to share with you, that I am very excited about. I think they turned out super cute. These Hershey Kiss stickers might just be my new favorite thing. While hunting for New Year’s ideas the end of December, I happened across some adorable New Year’s Kisses that inspired me to make this Valentine printable.

Hershey Kiss Printables

Hugs & Kisses Valentines

Here’s What You Need:

free Hershey Kisses sticker download available here

full sheet sticker paper

free Hugs and Kisses Valentine’s Day gift tag download available here

cardstock paper

3/4 inch circle paper punch (I got mine from Amazon.)

standard hole punch (for gift tag)

clear plastic container or cellophane bag (My clear plastic boxes came from Consumer Crafts.)

ribbon (optional)

Hugs and Kisses Valentine's Day Printables

Directions:

Download and print Hershey Kiss and gift tag printables. Print the Hershey Kiss printable onto sticker paper. If you don’t have sticker paper, you could print onto copy paper or card stock and adhere to the bottom of the kisses with a dot of glue. Print the gift tag onto card stock paper.

Cut out your gift tags and punch a hole at the top with a hole punch.

Use a 3/4 inch circle punch to cut out the Hershey Kiss stickers. Adhere to bottom of Kisses.

Fill your container and attach your tag.

I think these make the sweetest gift for friends, co-workers, and teachers. Plus, they are super simple to put together. Who would you give this gift to on Valentine’s Day?

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Comments

  1. saminder gumer says

    this is a great idea. instead of the candy hearts i would definitely use these instead. i love how easy it is and that they already have a download available for it.

  2. says

    I love this idea for Valentine’s Day. And thanks for the tip about the circle hole punch – otherwise I can imagine I’d be sitting with scissors trying to make them. :)

  3. says

    What a simple, but oh so cute idea! I always use the kisses to represent hugs and kisses, but the little tag makes them so much more giftable!

  4. says

    Hugs first came out 20 years ago and I thought Hugs & Kisses would make great wedding favors for our guests – so I made cellophane bundles of Hugs & Kisses for everyone’s place setting at the reception. You couldn’t even get the Hugs in Canada at the time and so we had to drive over the border to buy them!

  5. says

    Those are cute. I am not sure that the Hershey’s Kisses would be around long enough for me to attach the sticker. I would probably eat them all!

  6. Julie Wood says

    I am going to make these! They are so cute! I like that I can give these cute kisses to family members for Valentine’s Day.

  7. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    These are very cute. I love the idea of putting stickers on gift s to people. Kids could also help putting items tpgether

  8. says

    This is a really cute idea and so easy to do. I love easy when it comes to Valentine’s Day because by the time we get there, I’m exhausted from the Christmas, Thanksgiving, and New Year’s holidays! Thanks for a cute idea!

  9. says

    You did such a great job to add on to the Hersheys Kisses and make such a wonderful gift out of it. Totally saved the printable and of course I had to follow your Pinterest board. Lucky for me I found you over at the Weekend Retreat Link Party! :)

  10. says

    This is such a fabulous Valentine idea! We featured you at the Project Stash! Be sure to stop by and get your featured button…the party opens at 8:00 pm tonight! We can’t wait to see what you link up this week!

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