DIY Custom Hershey Kiss Stickers for All Your Wedding Events!
DIY Custom Hershey Kiss Stickers for all your Wedding Events! Dont miss this awesome DIY project and tutorial using the Cricut Explore Air machine!
It’s been a hot minute since we’ve done a collaboration with our soul sister and craft blogger extraordinaire, Jen from Something Turquoise, but we’ve had today’s project in the works for a few months!! We wanted to create something truly unique and original that hadn’t been done before. I think we achieved that goal with today’s project! I am soooooo stinkin’ excited about it!!
DIY Hershey Kiss Stickers Using Cricut Explore Air
For a while, I’ve had my eye on these fancy Cricut Explore Air™ machines… basically, since Jen showed me all that it could do when we worked on our Pinterest-famous Photobooth Printables project. Holy moly, this machine is AMAZING!!! I love it so much, I even included it in one of our Gift Guides. (As well as my personal wishlist for the holidays!)
It can cut customized shapes and fonts of your choosing out of a variety of materials. A Cricut can cut paper, cardstock, vinyl, iron-on, poster board, sticker paper, fabric, and more for your DIY or wedding projects. With the Cricut Explore Air™ you can upload your own images or choose from the Cricut Image Library—the only limit is your imagination!
For this project, Jen and I wanted to create some cute stickers that would turn a simple Hershey Kisses into a custom favor! I’ve seen Hershey Kisses with custom printed message stickers being sold online for wedding favors, but with the Cricut Explore Air™ and our project files, you can totally do this yourself!
And of course, we put a fun wedding spin on this project. But we couldn’t just stop at creating favor stickers for just one occasion…
Hershey Kiss Stickers for Engagement Parties, Bridal Showers, & Bachelorette Parties
We went and made Custom Hershey Kiss Stickers for three different wedding-related occasions!
Check out these Engagement Party Hershey Kiss stickers, Bridal Shower Hershey Kiss stickers, and Bachelorette Party Hershey Kiss stickers!
Super cute, right??
And not only did we create multiple designs for you guys, but there are some extra special details about these stickers. Take a closer look:
The stickers feature CUTOUTS in the middle, to allow the foil color of the Hershey Kisses to show through!! Such a fun detail, don’t you think?? You can choose whichever flavor/color of Hershey Kisses wrappers you want to make an even more custom look! You can get different color Hershey Kisses in a variety of hues on Amazon!
I’m seriously in love with them.
And… it gets better! Along with the multiple designs that we created for each wedding occasion, there are also blank stickers that you can add your own custom text to, to further personalize your favors!! See the examples Jen made featuring initials for a monogram, or you and your partner’s first initials ie, J+E
Yep, that’s right. We literally thought of EVERYTHING.
If you want to see an in-depth tutorial showing how to customize the files yourself using the Cricut Software, head on over to Something Turquoise. There’s a full video as well as a step-by-step tutorial with photos!
So if you’ve got a Cricut and you want to make these Custom Hershey Kiss Stickers yourself, just download the files below! They are offered here, free of charge for readers of The Budget Savvy Bride and Something Turquoise!
Engagement Party Hershey Kiss Stickers
Bridal Shower Hershey Kiss Stickers
Bachelorette Party Hershey Kiss Stickers
Christmas Hershey Kiss Stickers
We were feeling festive so we decided to make these cutie Christmas Sticker versions!! Wouldn’t these be just THE CUTEST to take to all your holiday parties?!
Hope you guys love this tutorial! I can’t wait to see what sort of Custom Hershey Kiss Stickers you create! Be sure to visit Something Turquoise to read all the how-to steps and for other fabulous DIY Tutorials!
Valentine’s Hershey Kiss Stickers
We now have Valentine’s Hershey Kiss Stickers, too! Check them out and grab the files!
What do you think of this project? Will you try it out for yourself?
All images in this post are offered courtesy of Jen Carreiro for Something Turquoise.