Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

January 16, 2017

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}


Valentine's day is coming up soon! I thought it would a perfect timing to share this tutorial for those who are looking for a handmade Valentine's gift idea. I actually made this chocolate bouquet as a gift for a colleague at work. She's a snacker, and she munches on candies and chocolates at her desk all the time. Even though she likes to eat chocolates but, I honestly don't want to just gift a regular box of chocolates. I want to put in some effort and personalize it to make it more special. So, I thought why not package it into a nice flower bouquet? After all, most ladies would appreciate a bouquet as a surprise, right?

And I like to sell this tutorial as "killing two birds with one stone". You have BOTH flower bouquet and chocolates in ONE GIFT! How amazing is that?

How to make a Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet

Materials:


  • Bamboo sticks x 6 or more if you want to make a larger bouquet
  • Ferrero Chocolates 
  • Tissue papers (I used red and teal colours), cut into square pieces
  • Tape
  • Ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Elastic band

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Instructions:

Step 1: Pierce each Ferrero chocolate. Make sure that you poke far but not far enough that the stick pokes out of the chocolate.

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Step 2: Grab the tissue paper squares and fold each of them diagonally at an angle. Wrap each stick with tissue paper and secure the bottom edge with tape.
Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}
Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Step 3: Repeat step 2 with teal tissue paper.

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Step 4: Gather all the "skewers" into a bunch and tape the end so that they form a bouquet.

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}

Step 5: Get a large piece of tissue paper and wrap the bunch. Twist the end so that the tissue paper wraps around the end of the skewers. Secure the bunch with tape.

Step 6:  Tie the bunch with ribbon and you're done!

Ferrero Chocolate Bouquet for Valentine's {Tutorial}


Not a chocolate person? You could also do a bouquet with cake pops!

Have a happy Valentine's Day!






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21 comments

  1. Perfect gift idea! Girls will love this! I also tried making one before for mother's day, but I used hershey's kisses instead, as those are my mom's favorites.

    Thanks for sharing it over at <a href="http://www.kriskamarie.com/2017/01/food-friday-link-up-party.html”>Food Friday</a>. Hope to see you again! :)

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    1. Oh I've never thought of using Hershey's. Great idea!

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  2. This looks fun... and tasty! Pinned!

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  3. very nice tutorial and absolutely simple to repeat! thanks for sharing

    Lyosha
    Inside and Outside Blog

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  4. This is a great idea for my daughter. She loves these chocolates.

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  5. This is such a great idea for a cheap but great looking Valentine's Day gift. Everyone loves Ferrero Rocher chocolates.

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  6. Nice and new way to gift on valentine's. I could use this to spread the love and do it for someone close. Thank you for the tutorial.

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  7. This is perfect! Who wouldn’t love the chocolate bouquet! Much better than flowers since they won’t die, they taste good, and much cheaper!

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  8. Such a great idea! I would be in a heaven if someone would give me this bouquet, because I love Ferrero Roche.


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  9. I love these! DOn't think my fella could be bothered though haha, but a great idea!

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  10. Amazing DIY article Lorita
    I will share I to my FB.

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  11. I love this idea for Valentine's day! My daughter would think that this is adorable.

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  12. I am a die hard chocolate lover and I would love to receive that.

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  13. The tutorial is really helpful. Specially when valentine's day is forthcoming. I will try to make something like this for my girlfriend. Let's see how can I surprise her..!! :P

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  14. Great idea and tutorial. And you can easily change out the candy for their favorite kind. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I love Ferrero Rocher chocolates, they are so delicious to eat. This is a nice idea for valentines day and thanks for sharing!.

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  16. Hello Lorita,
    That's awesome article for me.
    Thanks for your good job.

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  17. Hello Lorita,
    Thanks for your article. It's really amazing job.

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