Valentine’s Day Bon Bon’s

This year as a little Valentine gift for family and friends I thought we would make some Bon Bon’s and fill them with chocolates. This is a fun craft for the kid’s to make and Miss K loved getting involved!

To make these you will need:

  • toilet rolls
  • coloured tissue paper
  • ribbon
  • selotape
  • chocolates
  • puffy fabric hearts

We grabbed most of our supplies from a discount $2 shop and supermarket. To decorate them I used some puffy fabric hearts I found but you could decorate them however you want, maybe even wrapping them in some free Valentine’s printables would look really cute!

It only takes a few minutes to put them together. First we wrapped a square of tissue around each roll and held it in place with selotape. Then popped some Hershey’s Kisses in each roll and twisted the paper at each end, holding in place I tied the ribbons and then stuck a little heart on the front of each one. It’s that easy!

Valentine's Day Bon Bon | Happy Little Kiwi

This month I am linking my Valentine’s Day post up with the Collectively Creative “Lovey Dovey” edition run by Kelly over at Cobwebs, Cupcakes & Crayons. Be sure to check out all the other blogs involved for some awesome “Lovey Dovey” posts!

I Love You More Than… – (Cobwebs, Cupcakes & Crayons)
Heart To Heart – (Pillows A-La-Mode)
Top Ten Romantic Movies of All Time - (The Thinking Closet)
DIY Heart T-Shirt - (NorthStory)
[DIY] 12 Pre-Planned Date Cards - (Inspire and Indulge)
The Love Letters - (Mrs. And The Misc.)
Lovey Dovey School Lunch Ideas - (Time With Thea)
Loving These Products - (Neaten Your Nest)
Kniting Hearts - (Gentle Stitches)
A little Lovie magic - (The Thing About Joan)
Sending hugs - (Cul de Sac)
Will You Be My Valentine? - (A Ponytail Kind Of Day)
Give a Fortune of Love - (Green Door Hospitality)
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24 Responses to Valentine’s Day Bon Bon’s

  1. I love these!! Very cute!
    (Question though — is there a reason why my Collectively Creative link is not part of your list ?? Just curious)
    Kenley :-)

  2. SO cute!!! And so much fun to make with kids! :)

  3. Great idea, I love that you recycled the rolls. I will be making these for sure !! Thanks

  4. So cute! I love sweet and simple ideas like this! Thanks so much for participating in this month’s Collectively Creative, Carly!

  5. erika says:

    Omg LOVE THIS! I’ve been saving up toilet paper rolls for a toilet paper wreath/wall design, but it’s taking so long and I still have so few that I think this would be the perfect use for them! I am definitely going to try this–thanks for the fab idea!!

  6. Leah says:

    Awww, these look great. I love that it’s a kid-friendly craft too. I may have to do something similar to this for Easter with Jon’s neices and nephews. Thanks for the inspiration. :)

  7. These look awesome! Love the ribbon :)

  8. Such a fun post — this looks like a great project for the kids to do! And it involves Hershey Kisses, which we might have to “test” to make sure they are “good enough” to go into the rolls. :)

  9. I so wish I could bring treats to my daughter’s school b/c I would so make these in a heartbeat. What a great idea and just so simple to do from household items. :)

  10. Cul de Sac says:

    Nice looking! And yummy ;)

  11. These are so festive and fun! Makes me think of New Year’s celebrations of old….

    Loved being a part of Collectively Creative with you this month. And thanks for your sweet comment on my post!

  12. My son and I loved these! We like to make things for special occasions ans put them away in the wool room to use again. These will be perfect for Valentines day plus the fortune cookies.

  13. Time With Thea says:

    Delightful craft to make! Love the idea! ~Thea

  14. joanabarbosa says:

    Reblogged this on devaneiosdolhar.

  15. What a great idea! I love repurposing items…never throwing away our toilet paper rolls again :)

  16. How adorable! And it’s a great craft for kids to help with. Thanks for the idea!

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