I’ve had a few requests recently for Hershey Kiss labels. These are totally adorable so I’ve decided to offer them in a range of colors and themes. They are a simple way to totally personalize your shindig. Personalized Hershey kisses also make really cute party favors.
So, how easy are these to put together? All you’ll need is some bright white heavy paper. I personally like to use 110 lb card stock, a glue stick and a .75 inch circle punch. The first thing you’ll want to do is print out the PDF file that I’ll e-mail you and cut the circles into stripes, as shown in the below photo.
The important thing to remember is to hold your circle punch up side down when you punch out the labels. This way you will be able to see exactly what you are punching and make sure that your label is even on each side/nicely centered. The sheet that I e-mail you will have 99 labels so you’ll get plenty of practice… he he he 😉 Once you’ve punched all your labels, dab them with a bit of glue from a glue stick and attach to the chocolate kiss. Avoid the washable glue sticks because that glue doesn’t tend to hold up on the foil.
The circles measure .80″ and are designed to be cut out using a 3/4″ (.75″) circle punch. The punch can be found at Michaels, Hobby Lobby, or your local craft or scrapbooking store. I used the EK Success Paper Shapers Medium Punch. Even though I recommend printing these on 110 lb bright white paper and then use a little glue to stick them on the kisses (a glue stick is perfect), you can use sticker paper. For instant stickers, simply purchase blank sheets of sticker paper found at office or craft supply store. If you don’t want to buy a whole packet of sticker paper, you can get these printed at Office Depot or Staples and request to have them print on sticker paper.
Check out some of the other Hershey Kiss labels currently available in my Etsy store. Just click on the photo to be taken to the listing. But, as always, if you do not see the color combination or style that you are looking for, please contact me as I am happy to take custom orders. firstname.lastname@example.org