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Hogs and Kisses Valentine

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Need a super cute Valentine to make your loved ones feel special?  This Hogs and Kisses Valentine, made with Hershey Kisses, is sure to do just that! The best part is that it is super simple to make!

hogs and kisses valentine


  • Construction Paper- pink and red
  • Scissors
  • Black Marker
  • Glue sticks
  • paper tubes (we used toilet paper roll tubes)
  • googly eyes
  • Hershey Kisses
  • Aluminum foil

how to make a hogs and kisses valentine


  1. Cut strips of paper the width of the tube (ours were 3.5 inches wide) from the pink construction paper.
  2. Cut 1/4 inch strips of paper to use for the accordion folded arms from the pink construction paper.  Accordion fold the strips and set aside.
  3. Cut small triangles from the pink construction paper.
  4. Cut 2 inch circles from the pink construction paper.
  5. Cut heart shapes from the red paper.
  6. Cut squares of aluminum foil large enough to cover the end of the tube and overlap just a bit.
  7. Using glue stick, apply glue to one end of paper tube, circling around the tube.
  8. Set paper tube in the center of an aluminum foil square and fold edges of foil up around the tube, pressing firmly into the glue.  *If you want to foil cover both ends, add Hershey Kisses before sealing.
  9. Apply glue around the the tube and affix the strip of construction paper to the paper tube.
  10. Write your message on one side of the red heart.
  11. Apply dabs of glue to the opposite side of the red heart and affix the accordion folded arms to the center.
  12. Apply glue to opposite end of accordion folded arms and affix to either side of the paper tube.
  13. Affix googly eyes to one side of the pink circle.
  14. Using the black marker, draw a pig nose on the pink circle.
  15. Apply glue to edge of pink triangles and affix to the back side of the pink circle to make the ears.
  16. Apply a patch of glue to the bottom of the back side of the circle and affix it to the paper tube.
  17. Fill paper tube with Hershey Kisses (if not done in step 8).

Surprise family, friends, and teachers with this clever treat.

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  1. That is wicked cute I think I might have to make two of them and surprise my boys with them one day after the get home from school! Thanks for the fun idea!
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  2. I love this craft! I think it’s such a great way to upcycle the paper tubes.
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  3. oh my gosh v, this is SO FLIPPING CUTE!! we love piggies in our house- adn kisses!
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  4. What an adorable little Valentine. I could see this being a hit in the elementary school.
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  5. This is such an adorable idea. We are going to have to make these!

  6. This is too darling!! What a great surprise for a teacher on Valentine’s Day!
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  7. This is so cute! I am going to start collecting paper tubes so my son can make these for a few people in our family.
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  8. So cute! My kids will love this project!

  9. What a very cute and eco friendly valentine craft idea. Great way to use to roll tubes.
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  10. Ah, this is SO cute! I need to make this with my son. Great craft for the classroom too.
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  11. What a perfect little craft to do with my boys. And who doesn’t love a pink pig!
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  12. Oh my gosh those are so cute! I also see these DIY toilet paper roll projects and I’m constantly forgetting to save our empty rolls.
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  13. This is so cute! I’m partial to piggies so I’ll definitely be making a few of these for my kiddos. I also love that these are made with recycled toilet paper rolls!
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  14. This is so whimsical and cute. I love using TP rolls for crafts!

  15. Oh my goodness, is that not the cutest thing?! And you can fit a decent amount of chocolate inside there!
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  16. That is so cute! I want to make those for my daughters.
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  17. Helene Cohen Bludman

    So adorable! I may have to round up some of the neighborhood kids to do this.

  18. This is just TOO cute!! We have got to make these for Valentines!
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  19. This is so cute and original! I may have to make some of these myself.
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  20. So adorable. And I love that it’s using recycled materials.
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  21. So cute and clever! I pinned it to my Valentine’s Day Board – now to get to it!
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  22. this is too adorable! love the hogs hehe
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  23. This is an absolutely adorable craft. I love the play on hugs and kisses.
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  24. What a fun and crafty idea. Thanks.
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  25. This is really cute. And different. It would be a good gift to give.
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  26. What a great craft idea. I am going to be doing these for my girl’s goody baskets for our cheer team. They are going to love this.


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