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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Kissing Ball Of Chocolate

Hello,
It's First Monday for Designer Crafts Connection bloggers and our theme this month is "Love is Handmade"


Just wanted to pop in and share a quick and easy Smoothfoam project anyone can make for many occasions. I think this Kissing Ball would be perfect for a Valentine sweetheart... what do you think?

Smoothfoam Ball and lots of Hershey kisses in Red and Silver 
 1. Start with a plain Smoothfoam 4 1/2 diameter ball
 2. Work in sections and either low temp glue gun or liquid glue can be used.
3.Alternate the red and silver candy pieces.
TIP:The paper slips can be removed from the candy before crafting if you choose not to see the paper.
4. Choose your favorite ribbon and combine a couple colors or patterns. I chose to mix a silver and red and white design. Make loops and using low temp glue gun  attach to top of ball in a decorative manner.
5. I chose to use stickles in between the kisses to cover the white spots...this is totally your choice bare is fine as you see in the above picture.
The hardest part was not eating all the candy before I finished the ball
Smoothfoam products are available at your local Michael's stores or on-line.

18 comments:

  1. OMYGOSH!!! This is FABULOUS!! I just loveeeeeeeeeeee it!! WOW!

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  2. That is sooo sweet Dawn, I love it!... don't the kisses melt though, even on the low heat?... oh well... I would just have to eat them then!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  3. OH this is adorable. I would have no problem not eating this one. That is the only chocolate I don't care for. Now it they were dark chocolate with almonds. That would be a different story. LOL
    TFS

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  4. Yummmy......so 'sweet', Dawn! What a fun project! Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. u remember my address right???? just kidding. if it's NOT peanut butter cups, give it to someone else - LOL.

    ur a genius. u come up with all these DIFFERENT projects. i get to sit back and admire - LOL.

    stay warm.

    hugs :)

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  6. This is sooo clever Dawn. Love how you made this!

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  7. WOW!! This is super cool!! What a great gift for your sweetie. I love it. Great Idea.. Beautiful job.

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  8. what a neat idea, now I am not sure I could restrain myself not to nom the chocolates before the project started! hehehehee

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  9. Asolutely a DELICIOUSSSSSSSSSS BALL,,, OMG Dawn ,sorry for the delay in reply,,, I was problem with my account,,,,,love this stunning ball, and now you can watch I am more than 1000 porducts in my STUFF,,,,,Thaks for your comments,,, and you know you can ask me any product you like to work Dawn,,,no problem my friend.Let me know if you wish anything,,,I am working now in a special Steampunk Women sheet.

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  10. Wow Dawn! What a scrumptious project! Thanks for sharing how you created it!

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  11. This is awesome Dawn! I love the finished project. It is perfect for Valentine's day. Fun stuff! Hugs, Curt

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  12. Love the Chocolate Kissing Ball! What fun, especially at Valentines!

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  13. OMG Dawn this is totally fantastic, a brilliant project that looks as if it can be adapted for any occasion, awesome creation.
    hugs
    lorraine x

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  14. Oh creative and fun!! What an awesome gift Dawn!!
    hugs,
    Chris

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  15. Hey Kiddo! Just stopping by to see what you've been up to. . .Obviously slacking off huh? LOL Hope you are doing well and everything is OK. Best, Curt

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  16. Beautiful, and looks delicious!

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