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Festive Candy Bar Wrappers

Hello Friends!  Donna W. here today sharing 2 festive projects using some fun papers and die cuts from Kat Scrappiness.  Before I get to my projects, I want to remind everyone of the Stamp and Scrapbook Expo Sale at the Kat Scrappiness Shop.  From now until the 18th of December, save 15% on all products in the Christmas – Hanukkah – New Years themed category using the code:  XMASEXPO


Now let’s get to the fun stuff – I’ve created 2 festive Candy Bar Wrappers!


The wrappers are easier to put together than you may think and make a great stocking stuffers.  These particular wrappers cover a King Size Hershey Chocolate Bar.  Here’s how I put them together:
  • Trim a piece of white card to 6″ x 7″ (or use any color you wish for the base).
  • Score on the 6″ side at 2.25″, 2.5″, 4.75″ and 5″.
  • Fold and burnish on the score lines.
  • Trim a piece of designer paper to 2 1/8 x 6 7/8 to cover the front or top of the wrapper.  For my designer papers, I’ve used snippets of card from the Kat Scrappiness Rainbow Dreams and Rainbow Confetti Slimline paper packs.
  • Adhere your designer paper and any embellishments you wish to add on the front of the wrapper.
  • Assemble the Wrapper using heavy duty double sided tape along the back seam.

For my embellishments, I’ve used the Christmas Wishes Word Die with Shadow, colored a Christmas Tree from the Quokka Christmas Costume Add-On Stamp Set, ribbon, Baker’s Twine and glitter card from my stash.  The Candy Bars fit snug within the wrapper but not too snug as to be difficult getting them in and out.
We are getting close to the big day so if you’re in need of something quick and easy, try these candy wrappers for those last minute Stocking Extras.  They would also make wonderful gifts for Teachers, Neighbors, Friends, the Postal Carrier, the Amazon Driver (if you’re like me – you’re on a first name basis with them).
I want to wish you and yours a very Happy Christmas and Joyous New Year.  May your Christmas be filled with Love, Joy and Gratitude.
Thanks for your visit!  Until next time, Happy Crafting!



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