Stampin’ Gals Gone Wild Wednesday – Hershey Kisses Flowers

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Hello my wonderful stamping friends!  Are you ready for STAMPIN’ GALS GONE WILD WEDNESDAY?  I am just tickled to death to share with you my project for this week.

Hershey Kiss Roses - Stampin' Gals Gone Wild Wednesday Freebie video tutorial - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com - Created by Connie Stewart Hershey Kiss Roses - Stampin' Gals Gone Wild Wednesday Freebie video tutorial - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com - Created by Connie StewartYep, it’s officially SPRING and even though the thermometer says 37, I am loving bringing spring indoors!  And nothing says spring like CHOCOLATE, right?  These Spiral Flowers were so quick and easy to make!

Hershey Kiss Roses - Stampin' Gals Gone Wild Wednesday Freebie video tutorial - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com - Created by Connie Stewart Hershey Kiss Roses - Stampin' Gals Gone Wild Wednesday Freebie video tutorial - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com - Created by Connie Stewart Hershey Kiss Roses - Stampin' Gals Gone Wild Wednesday Freebie video tutorial - www.SimplySimpleStamping.com - Created by Connie StewartA few punches and the Spiral Flower die and a BIG bag of Hersey Kisses and you’re ready to create!  Let me share with you how easy and fun these flowers are.

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Here is a complete supply list of everything I used on today’s project:

  •  Spiral Flower die   #129379
  • Autumn Accents die   #127812
  • Delightful Dozen stamp set   #128547 (w)  #122652 (c)
  • Strawberry Slush cardstock   #130023
  • Old Olive cardstock   #100702
  • Whisper White cardstock   #100730
  • Strawberry Slush Classic Ink Pad   #131178
  • Old Olive Classic Ink Pad   #126953
  • Fancy Flower punch   #118073
  • Modern Label punch   #119849
  • Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack   #118301
  • Dazzling Details Silver Sparkle   #127845
  • Stampin’ Sponges   #101610
  • Bone Folder   #102300
  • Silicone Craft Sheet   #127853
  • Glue Dots   #103683

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14 Responses to “Stampin’ Gals Gone Wild Wednesday – Hershey Kisses Flowers”

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  1. Peggy Ledinski says:

    I totally love, love, love this idea. What a great idea and video.

  2. Jane Giggy says:

    The flowers are the cutest! They would be nice as a favor for a Mother and Daughter Banquet, Baby Shower, Mother’s Day Tea…. Great video Connie.

  3. Cheri Carlson says:

    Love these! Thanks for showing me how to assemble that spiral flower. Have been struggling with that!

    • Connie says:

      I tried them different ways and as I said in the video, I struggled the first couple times. I really think the Fancy Flower punch is what balances the flower though. Mine always came out a little lopsided. lol Maybe it’s just because I was cocking my head… dunno.

  4. Karen Monger says:

    Love the video. Thank you so much for doing it. Have you tried to do this without the glue gun? I am just wondering if anything else works.

    • Connie says:

      Karen, I tried them with Multipurose glue but I didn’t have the patience to hold the flower in place while it dried. I would think that the Jumbo Sticky Rounds (page 174) would work but you would have to cut them down and that is somewhat wasteful. Whatever you use needs to be REALLY strong to hold the flower down.

      • Karen Monger says:

        Connie, I Did get a Lo Temp Glue Gun today but I am not sure it is right. It gets really hot. I did try it though and I don’t think it melted the Hershey Kiss. But I love how it looks.

  5. Donna Kopenski says:

    Connie…you’ve done it again! I LOVE these little flower kisses. I will make a bunch for a church craft fair on Sunday…everyone will want at least one! Thank you so much for sharing your awesome ideas.

  6. Donna Zammit says:

    Oh Connie, I just got my die and promptly whipped up 2 and filled with Baci- it means kisses in Italian. They are yummy chocolates about the same size as a Hershey’s kiss ( we don’t have Hershey’s kisses in Australia) Well only one ended up with the chocolate, I had to eat the other one- well it was more like quality control. I mean you can’t give chocolates away to friends if they don’t taste OK 😉 I had to check!!! LOL Cheers Donna Z 🙂

  7. Emma says:

    I am up in Toronto (wishing my thermometer said 37) and I watch on Wednesday with the Canadian feed, but wanted to leave you a personal note to say how great this idea is. Thanks for a great video… Keep your awesome ideas coming.

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