valentine kiss box

Do you need a last minute Valentine’s Day gift for your kid’s class, co-workers, bible study group, family, friends or Valentine party?   These little Hershey Kiss Petal Boxes are quick and easy and the perfect size for just one kiss.

They would make great party favors or a little gift on a plate for your Valentine’s day dinner. Click on the supplies list to download the pdf or the files for your Silhouette if you have one.


Supplies You’ll Need:

Step-By-Step Tutorial on How To Make the Kiss Box

Step 1 – Print

Open the file in the Silhouette studio program and print in high-quality color onto white cardstock.

Or if you don’t have a Cameo machine you can print out the PDF and use scissors to cut them out as well.

print and cut

Step 2 – Cut Out

In your Silhouette studio program choose cardstock (Heavy 80 lb.) with your blade set to 3 (or pink cap).

Make sure you manually detect registration marks. Cut out boxes and kisses.

For non-silhouette users use your scissors to cut the boxes out and a 3/4” hole punch to cut out the circle kisses.


Step 3 – Glue Them

Poke out the boxes and fold on the perforated lines.

Glue side tabs in place and let it dry.

Adhere lip circles to the bottom of your chocolate kiss with a glue dot.


Step 4 – The Box

Fold the bottom of the box and place one of the kisses inside.

Fold the top and wrap a ribbon around it and tie and bow.

You can singe the end of the ribbon to avoid fraying.


I designed four different box designs for your liking. I love to personalize Hershey Kisses crafts so much!

In order to use this design in the Studio program, you will need: Arial, Channel, Georgia, and JJFerule fonts.

Enjoy and Happy Valentine’s Day!

Do you like my little kiss boxes?

Click here to see the Easter Edition of these Hershey Kiss Boxes.

hershey kiss easter box

Click here to see the St Patrick’s Day Edition of these Hershey Kiss Boxes.

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Make your own Valentines Countdown Board with me here

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  1. omigosh! i just LOVE these little petal boxes. i am one of those girls who does not have a sillhouette and it looks like i wont be getting one in the very near future. so, i went to 4-shared and opened your non-silhouette user page to download and i get this prompt, which i listen to now, that if i download this i could harm my computer. i’m once bitten twice shy over this prompt because the last time i downloaded something and this little box popped up with that warning in it, i disregarded it and it…whatever it was…killed my computer. i’m on a mac now and i don’t want this thing killed by something, although i’m sure it’s perfectly save. just leery. is there ANY WAY that you could copy this thing onto an attachment for me because i can totally think of a 100 different ways (well, almost a 100) to use this. thank you for such constant creativity. i love your site and your projects. thanks for even thinking about trying to send me an email with this cute box on it…

  2. Thanks so much for the post! I gave these a try today, to take to my church small group, and the boxes came out great! I’m new to using Silhouette and these were very easy to create!!! 🙂

  3. Happy Valentine’s Day. Great tutorial. I just pinned the easter one…I am so going to make those for Easter. Perfect idea. Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Thank you so much for posting this! I was at the eleventh hour last night and needed a valentine idea for my 2 daughters in pre-school. I used the box template and made 30 boxes. I had just bought the raspberry hugs kisses, so on the box I instead wrote, “To young for a “kiss” how ’bout a “hug?” I was so proud of them and I love the simple look, just some assembly time. Thanks for the inspiration.

  5. The Easter and St. Patrick’s boxes can’t be found when one clicks on them to download. Can you re-issue them? They are just too cute. TIA

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