Thanksgiving Hershey’s Kisses (Free Printable)

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These are so much fun and make a great Thanksgiving teacher gift, classroom party gift, something pretty for your candy dish, or something sweet to hand out to your friends at the office.

The best part, I have a free printable to make this project super easy.

And they match the Give Thanks blocks you can make.

You Will Need:

Print one sheet of Thanksgiving Kisses Stickers on a full sheet of labels.

This is what the sheet will look like when it prints.

Cut each row of circle stickers into strips. This will make it easier to maneuver the circle cutter you are going to use in the next step.

Use the 3/4″ circle cutter to cut each sticker.

Super simple.

Peel the backing off the labels.

Place one sticker on the bottom of each Hershey Kiss.

Fun, right?

At this point you can display them in a candy dish on your desk at work or at home.

Maybe even place the candy dish next to your Give Thanks blocks.

Or, you can bag them up in small cello bags and tie raffia to close.

Hand them out at school, work, or to friends.

You could also add a name tag to each bag and use them as place settings for your Thanksgiving dinner.

Love this printable? Want a customized printable made for you? My friend Kelli makes these for a very affordable price! Check out her pricing over at 3 Boys and a Dog.

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  1. I love these! Thank you so much! I’ll have to go pick up the supplies and make these tomorrow for my kids teachers. 😉

    1. Kim, I am so happy you love this. Have fun making them and I am sure the teachers will enjoy them as well. One of my kiddos is taking them to all of his 4th grade teachers tomorrow. 🙂

  2. Kim Idell says:

    Very cute Crystal! I love all the printables you have made lately. I don’t have a circle cutter. Do you think it would still look good or do I need a circle cutter? How much are they?

    Thank ya! 🙂

    1. You could certainly use scissors, it will just take a long time. And it might be tedious because the circles are so small.

      The cutter prices range depending on the size. The small 3/4″ was only $9.00, but the day I went in they were on sale for 40% off. It is a common sale item. So I snagged it for $4.79. Otherwise I was going to use a 50% off coupon. Either way I would have paid less than $5 for it. You can get coupons in the weekly Michaels circular every week that comes with the grocery store ads. You can also find them online sometimes too and sometimes they are at the end of your receipt, so I save them. 🙂

      I rarely ever pay full price for big ticket items at Michaels. (And I consider a $10 to be big ticket at the craft store.)

      1. Kim Idell says:

        Not a bad price for the cutters. I did find a cutter I had from scrapbooking. The kids and I are doing this craft tomorrow. Fun!

  3. Kim Idell says:

    Ummmm…..would it still look good if I used SCISSORS? Left that part out. 🙂

  4. What a cute idea! I found you on Skip to My Lou. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Thanks so much for sharing….this is a fantastic idea….especially if you love chocolate!!! I’m a new follower…stop by my site and follow if you like.
    Warm wishes, Lori

  6. These are adorable! I like the idea of making them for the teachers.

  7. Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve ordered a 3/4″ punch and can’t wait to make these!

  8. Larissa @ House on Harrison says:

    What a cute idea! This would be great for teachers.

    1. Larissa- these are perfect for teachers. Last year our then 4th grader gave these to his teachers.

  9. This is such a great project. I pinned and tweeted it! Thanks so much for sharing and linking up! I’ll definitely be using this idea this Thanksgiving!

  10. Thank you for sharing! such a nice, quick, and easy favor to do for Friends/Family!
    thanks again!!

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  12. These are such a cute idea! I am finding it difficult to find really great ideas for thanksgiving and I am so glad I found your blog!! I appreciate the free printable so much! I am Thankful for YOU!

  13. Nicole Johnson says:

    Love this idea! I want to use it with my MOPS group. What printer paper (labels do you use? Thanks in advance!

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