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Candy Kiss Butterfly and Katerpillar

These delightful little critters will bring a smile to the face of any child (or adult). They are fun to make and fun to give.

Supplies

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 Milk Chocolates per Kritter
Glue (low heat gun, non-toxic craft glue, glue stick or confectioners' glue)

Instructions

HERSHEY'S KISSES Brand Milk Chocolates Butterfly:

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

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

Glue folded point to top end of same chocolate.

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

Complete by gluing on jiggly eyes.

HERSHEY'S KISSES Brand Milk Chocolates Katerpillar:

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

Fold a 1" piece of pipe cleaner in half and glue to top of one chocolate to form antenae.

Using our pattern, cut two sets of feet and glue to bottom of each chocolate.

Complete by gluing on jiggly eyes.

This craft is reprinted courtesy of Hershey's Brand Chocolates.

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Butterfly Crafts For Kids, Food Crafts, Spring Crafts

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