Ideas for How to Make Christmas Angel Crafts With Hershey's Kisses

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Ideas for How to Make Christmas Angel Crafts With Hershey's Kisses
Change a plain Hershey's kiss into angel ornament for your Christmas tree. (Kisses image by Julie Balderston from

Make Christmas angels from Hershey's Kisses to hang on your tree or to give as gifts this season. A small basket filled with Christmas angels can be given as a teacher gift or office gifts. You can make a collection of these Christmas angels, attaching one to the top of all your holiday presents.

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Hershey's Kiss Body

Originally only available in regular chocolate wrapped in silver foil, there are now many different kinds of Hershey's Kisses. Options for your Christmas angels include a gold-wrapped chocolate and almond Kiss, a striped Kiss in silver and brown or orange and brown wrapping, a red for the cherry cordial flavour, or a dark brown dark chocolate Kiss. If you are making these as ornaments, coordinate the ribbon hanger with the colour of the wrapping.

Angel Head Ideas

Use a pearl bead for the head of your angel, and place it on the top point of a Hershey's Kiss by sticking a straight pin through the bead and into the chocolate. Choose a pin with a flat head if you do not want it to show. Alternately, you can use tacky glue to hold the bead in place. Other choices for the angels' heads include a wood bead or coloured plastic bead.

Add a face with a fine-tipped permanent black marker. Two eyes and an oval-shaped mouth make the angel appear to be singing.

Angel Wings

Purchase small metallic leaves to use as wings. Look for the lacy type that are painted gold. You can also bend a small piece of pipe cleaner into two loops to create a wing shape. A bow tied in a length of thin ribbon can also be glued to the back of the angel as wings. The wings should attach where the head and the Hershey's Kiss meet.


Place a small plastic ring on the top of the bead. Glue it in place, so that it looks like a halo. Add a thin ribbon loop on the back of the angel to make it into an ornament or to use as a place card holder or party favour.

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