Class Valentines for Kids: Hershey’s Kiss Lighthouse



Why not help your kids make some cute mini lighthouses with Hershey’s Kisses lights on top for their friends and classmates this valentine’s day? The message tells them “You light the place up!” And, the printable template has the pieces to make three lighthouses on each letter sized sheet of card. A little bit of cutting and a little bit of gluing is all you need to do. You’ll also need a bag of Hershey’s Kisses, and either some sticky putty or double sided sticky tape to fix them into the top of the lighthouses.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

Each lighthouse is made from two parts. One large part that forms the tower and message card, and a smaller piece that forms the railings at the top within which the Hershey’s kiss sits neatly. (pro tip: When you are printing out the template, don’t let the printer “scale to fit page” because the template is measured exactly for the Hershey’s Kisses to fit. It should print at 100% on either letter or A4 paper without any of the template pieces being cropped.)

Hershey’s Kiss Lighthouse Class Valentine for Kids

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

Once you have your pieces cut out, it’s easiest to write your names on the message card before you start gluing everything together. To construct your lighthouse, fold the tower piece into a cone and glue the tab down it’s side. Fold along the line that joins the message part to make it stand out from the lighthouse. You can see the seam where the card is glued on the back in the photo below.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

Next you will need to fold down the two tabs on the top of the tower and glue them together, one on top of the other.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

The second bit of the template that makes the railings needs to be glued into a circle so that the Hershey’s Kiss fits neatly inside. Then you will need to fold down the two tabs and glue them together like you did with the ones on top of the tower.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

Now you can glue the railings onto the tower so that the two sets of tabs cross each other. This makes a nice little nest into which the Hershey’s Kiss will fit snugly.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

Lastly, to hold the candy in place, I used a little blob of blue tack, but a little square of double sided tape would be equally effective.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

There you have it! A little lighthouse valentine for kids to gift that fits in the palm of your hand, with a tasty treat on top! Perfect to show friends and classmates how special they are.

class valentine hershey's kiss candy card

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Lindsey Boardman
Lindsey Boardman loves to share the messy art and crafting fun projects she concocts with the help of her two young daughters, her "filth wizards." She documents this fun on her personal blog Filth Wizardry.

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6 Responses to “Class Valentines for Kids: Hershey’s Kiss Lighthouse”

  1. Lynn Stewart Feb 14 at 3:47 pm Reply Reply

    Thank-you! These are so cute! We made severa of these for special friends and cousins! They were too hard for my 7 yr old to do by herself, but she had fun helping me and thought they were fun to hand out to friends!

  2. pattie Jan 17 at 9:41 pm Reply Reply

    This is so cute but they won’t print :( was going to use these for my church girls. So cute……

    • Isabel Kallman
      Isabel Kallman Jan 18 at 10:46 am Reply Reply

      I’m sorry that you had difficulty this morning printing this out.  I just tried and had no problems.

  3. Kristi Apr 21 at 10:48 pm Reply Reply

    Would you happen to have a template for a little bit larger of a template? And a template that doesn’t have words on the card part? I’m in charge of a camp with the theme let your light shine and I would love to use this. But I just needed it bigger and without words. These are adorable!

  4. Jennifer Apr 12 at 1:10 pm Reply Reply

    Hi!  I, too, was wondering if you had a blank or modifiable template for the words, please?  We’d love to use these for my 5 yo daughter’s lighthouse birthday party!

    Thank you for sharing!

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