Easter DIY: How to make a Ferrero Rocher bouquet? (2024)

04 April 2023

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For some time now, online florists have been offering bouquets made with famous hazelnut chocolate rocks. But of course, it is also possible and less expensive to make this chocolate bouquet oneself. This pretty gourmet bouquet is a perfect gift for various occasions such as Valentine's Day, Christmas or Easter. We will explain how to make a Ferrero Rocher bouquet in a small tutorial with pictures.


To make a Ferrero Rocher bouquet, you will need:

• a box of Ferrero Rocher
• wooden skewers
• crepe paper in different colors
• adhesive tape
• an elastic band or string
• a colored sheet of paper (gift wrap or kraft paper)
• a decorative ribbon

Note: for this Easter creative project, I used only recycled materials, except for the chocolates of course! I used scraps of green, white, and pink crepe paper, leftover green gift wrap, and a decorative ribbon also reused from a gift.

If you don't have crepe paper, you can also use solid-colored paper napkins. I tried it on some flowers (the fuchsia ones) and it works just as well even if the paper texture is not exactly the same.

Manufacturing of rods

The first step to making a Ferrero Rocher bouquet is to skewer the hazelnut chocolate balls onto wooden skewers.

For this step, it is unnecessary to remove the brown paper collar at the base of the chocolate. The wooden skewer should also be centered so that the golden center of the flowers is properly positioned.

At first, I tried to handle the process delicately, but I realized it was better to firmly skewer the chocolate ball so that it stays securely on the skewer.

Making paper flowers.

The next step to make a Ferrero Rocher bouquet is making the crepe paper flower corollas.

Cut strips of crepe paper that are at least 20 cm long and 4 cm wide. The paper strips should be slightly wider than the chocolates and long enough to be wrapped around several times.

The wrapping is the most delicate step because you have to:
• wrap the paper neither too tight nor too loose
• orient the paper diagonally relative to the heart of the flower to form a corolla and not a straight roll, standing upright around the golden rock
• get help from another person to attach the paper corolla to the wooden pick using adhesive tape.

To hold the paper corolla onto the pick, wrap a piece of tape around the base of each chocolate for 5 to 6 cm and tighten it well.

Assembling the bouquet.

Provide a vase or tall glass in which you can reserve your chocolate flowers as you make them.

For this Easter DIY, I wanted to respect the tradition that flower bouquets should always have an odd number of stems. My Ferrero Rocher bouquet has only 9 flowers, but it is large enough to make an Easter table decoration or a small gift...

Adapt the number of flowers according to your own project. Once they are ready, all you have to do is assemble the bouquet by tying the wooden skewers with the twine or small elastic band.

Bouquet decoration

To make your Ferrero Rocher bouquet look like a real flower bouquet, I suggest wrapping it in a paper cone and decorating it with a pretty ribbon around the stems.

For this step, I used leftover wrapping paper and a large ribbon made of recycled material. I also filled any gaps in the bouquet with small pieces of green crepe paper.

As a final touch, I embellished my chocolate bouquet with some beads (another decoration I repurposed from baptismal dragees).

Note: feel free to adapt the flower colors and decorations based on the gift or table decoration you want to create.

For Easter, I highlighted spring colors such as white, light pink, and light green. But you can also make red flowers for Valentine's Day or white and red flowers for Christmas, for example. Be creative and above all, have fun!

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Easter DIY: How to make a Ferrero Rocher bouquet? (2024)


How to make a chocolate bouquet easy? ›

Here are the steps you must take to make your chocolate bouquet from scratch.
  1. Step 1: Select Your Recipient's Favourite Chocolate or Snack. ...
  2. Step 2: Glue Your Treats. ...
  3. Step 3: Create Your Bouquet Box. ...
  4. Step 4: Place Foam at the Bottom of Your Chocolate Bouquet Box. ...
  5. Step 5: Add Coloured Tissue Paper. ...
  6. Step 6: Add the Chocolates.
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How do you put a stick in Ferrero Rocher? ›

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

What makes up a Ferrero Rocher? ›

INGREDIENTS. Sugar, cocoa mass, HAZELNUTS (12%), palm oil, cocoa butter, fat-reduced cocoa powder (3.5%), WHEY powder, anhydrous MILK fat, emulsifier: lecithins (SOYA), vanillin. Chocolate contains cocoa solids 55% min. May contain ALMONDS, WALNUTS, CASHEWS, PECAN NUTS, BRAZIL NUTS, PISTACHIOS, MACADAMIA NUTS.

How many pieces are in a Ferrero Rocher? ›

Product information
Brand‎Ferrero Rocher
Size‎300 g (Pack of 1)
Number of Pieces24
Number of Items‎1
Item Weight‎300 Grams
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Why is there an E on Ferrero Rocher? ›

There are letters printed underneath ( N, Z, E, etc..) corresponding to which production line they were made on/ wrapped on. That way if there are a lot of consistent errors in the manufacturing process they can see immediately which production line needs dealing with.

How to make Ferrero Rocher snitch? ›

We made them by printing snitch wings onto vellum, inserting a straight pin to the center tab of the wings, pressing the pin into a Ferrero Rocher chocolate, and knotting invisible thread (or fishing line) under the pin.

What is on top of Ferrero Rocher? ›

The chocolate consists of a whole roasted hazelnut encased in a thin wafer shell filled with hazelnut chocolate and covered in milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts.

What paper is used for chocolate bouquet? ›

Matte Cellophane Sheet is one side matte and glossy on the other side. A must have for flower packing, chocolate and cake bouquet making, hamper making, trousseau packing, henna artists, great decoration for school, art and craft projects and other artistic inspirations.

What do people do with Ferrero Rocher boxes? ›

The Ferrero Rocher box makes an ideal and practical container for keeping your jewellery. Its transparency allows you to admire and organize them as you wish. Why not use the little paper cups for a better display of your little treasures!

Is Ferrero Rocher foil gold? ›

Original Ferrero Rocher

Each chocolate is wrapped in gold foil, placed in a fluted paper cup and topped off with a label.

What are Ferrero Rocher wrapped in? ›

Each Ferrero Rocher bar is made from the highest-quality ingredients and wrapped in gold foil inside a box to protect the taste and quality of the bar. Discover all of the irresistible Ferrero Rocher premium chocolate bars and make any day a reason to celebrate.


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