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  • Paula Motisi

    valentine ideas with kids | Valentine's Day Candy Pencils Craft

  • Anneke Crowe

    GREAT TEACHER GIFT~ Valentine Rolo Pencil Instructions~ 1. Cut a 3.5”x4.5” piece of yellow cardstock. Make score lines every 1/4 inch (the score lines should be parallel with the long side of the cardstock). Using pinking shears or decorative pinking scissors, cut a small strip off the short side of the cardstock. Wrap this piece around the Rolo’s, and use adhesive to hold together.~ 2. Cut a 3.5”x3/8” piece of pink cardstock. Wrap this around the top of the Rolo’s for the edge of the pink eraser. Trace the top of the Rolo’s on pink cardstock and cut out to get the top of your eraser. Stick this on top with adhesive.~ 3. Cut a 3.5”x3/8” piece of aluminum foil and adhere this around the seam where the yellow and pink cardstock meet. Use Glue Dots to adhere a Hershey’s Kiss to the bottom of the Rolo’s. This is the pencil point.

  • Katherine Ross

    Valentines day teacher gift - rolos and hershey kisses

  • donna diday

    Hershey's Kiss And Rolo's Pencil Craft #DIY #Crafts #KidsCrafts #ArtsAndCrafts #ValentinesDay #Pencils

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