Looking for a cute Valentine’s Day treat idea to give this year? Make this simple chocolate kiss mouse and your Valentine will be thrilled!
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Valentine’s Day Chocolate Kiss Mouse
- 2 chocolate kisses
- 2 inch red or pink heart
- A pair of cute little feet (I cut ours out ahead of time from pink construction paper.)
- 2 google eyes
- 3 inch piece of yarn (for the tail)
- “Cheese wedge” out of yellow card stock
- White craft glue
Before assembling your chocolate kiss mice, you need to remove the paper tag from each kiss. (I just cut them off because trying to pull them out kept making the kisses unravel.)
Directions for Chocolate Kiss Mice:
- Fold part of the little feet up, to form a tab. (See above pic.)
- Glue the bottom of the heart (which will form the ears) to the feet tab.
- Glue the yarn tail to the cheese wedge, and then glue the feet on top of this.
- Next, glue one chocolate kiss to each side of the heart, to form the mouse’s body.
- Finally, glue on google eyes.
Got a few extra chocolate kisses around the house? This super cute Valentine’s Day treat is sure to please this year!
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Those mice are just so darn cute!
Thanks! Somehow we haven’t eaten any of them — yet. 🙂
Stopping by from #SITSSharefest – those are so cute! Great idea and fun for the kids. I can not think of any other ideas – exept I love peanut butter cookies with kisses on top! 🙂
I love peanut butter cookies with kisses on top, too!
Chris Carter says
OMGOSH! SO adorable!!! 🙂
Tabitha Vos says
So Cute! That is a great idea!
Wow, this is just so cute! You are right, almost too cute to eat!
I know — I hate to eat them now, especially with those little eyes just looking at me! 🙂
another jennifer says
Very cute! I’d be tempted to eat the kisses. 🙂
So far they’ve all survived… But their days are numbered!
Hazel Nut says
That is so cute!
I can’t believe you still have kisses left from Christmas, lol. They don’t last long at our house 😉
We actually have Halloween candy, too. I hide it a few days after Halloween and dish some out occasionally. It usually lasts us to the next Halloween. LOL>