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Did you know that Mother’s Day is coming up?
Of course you did.
Perhaps you love giving homemade gifts to the moms in your life. Or, maybe you are one of the people who head to the store and buy that little something, instead of making it. Either way is just perfect! Be your awesome self.
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This little project is for those of you that like to make something.
This adorable chocolate bouquet diy combines Dove chocolate, flowers, and Mother’s Day into one fabulous little project! It doesn’t take fancy tools or products. Okay, you need a hot glue gun.
And some people might consider that fancy.
So, one fancy product.
- Dove chocolate
- lollipop sticks (cake pop sticks work as well!)
- cupcake liners
- small pot
- hot glue (super glue would work as well!)
- It’s delicious. The difference between how good Dove is compared to other brands is actually kind of ridiculous. That shouldn’t be allowed.
- They’re trying to be ethical. Do you see that Rainforest Alliance label? That means Dove is actually working on having their chocolate ethically sourced. Do you know how rare that is from a large brand like them? Really rare. We would buy their chocolate for that reason alone, even if it wasn’t good.
Luckily, we don’t have to choose.
Now, for the tutorial. We were gonna write it, but we realized that this chocolate bouquet seems a lot more complicated on paper than it actually is. So we did a video for this chocolate bouquet diy instead. You’re welcome.
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