Hot Chocolate Bomb Tags

I created these fun hot chocolate bombs and tags in collaboration with P.S. – I Made This. These little chocolate bombs are the perfect little Valentine with these tags. A little pun on the chocolate bomb saying “You da Bomb”, thought up by the amazing Erica over at P.S. – I Made this.

These are such a fun idea to bundle up a chocolate bomb with a tag into a little bakery box. I added in a little shredded paper, a cupcake liner, and then placed in the hot chocolate bomb. I laid the tag down on top of the bomb and closed the box. You could see the “You da Bomb” through the see through lid, which made it the perfect little Valentine to gift to friends. And would make for the cutest ones for a classroom. I know I loved making homemade Valentine’s as a kid and these would be so fun to make with your kiddos for their school Valentine’s.

Let’s walk through all the steps you need to make these.

chocolate bomb in box

Table of Contents

tags, twine, and scissors

Items You will need

  • Printables below
  • Scissors or paper cutter
  • Hole punch
  • Baker’s twine, food safe
paper cutter and tags

Instructions to Make Hot Chocolate Bomb Tags

  1. Print out the downloaded pages (links above), there are 16 tags per page. I like having a few extra just in case. I also like to print on cardstock so the paper is a bit thicker!
tags being cut in paper cutter

2. Cut out the tags. I used a paper cutter, like this one from Target. I find it comes in handy so often, that investing the $20 in one has proved helpful over and over again.

tags "you da bomb"

3. Punch a hole in one end of the tag. I did the upper lefthand corner.

tags and twine

4. Take a piece of baker’s twine about 7-8”. Tie it onto the tag, then tie a knot at the other end as well.

5. Place to the side until you go to assemble the hot chocolate bombs.

chocolate bombs
chocolate bomb in box

Hot Chocolate Bomb Tags

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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 16 Tags
Author: Amanda Wilens
Cost: $5

Ingredients

  • Tags – printable in blog post
  • Scissors or paper cutter
  • Hole punch
  • Baker’s twine food safe

Instructions

  • Print out the tags (links above), there are 16 tags per page. I like having a few extra just in case. I also like to print on cardstock so the paper is a bit thicker!
  • Cut out the tags. I used a paper cutter, like this one from Target. I find it comes in handy so often, that investing the $20 in one has proved helpful over and over again.
  • Punch a hole in one end of the tag. I did the upper lefthand corner.
  • Take a piece of baker’s twine about 7-8”. Tie it onto the tag, then tie a knot at the other end as well.
  • Place to the side until you go to assemble the hot chocolate bombs.
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