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Thu 25

Halloween Candy Bar Wrapper
by Donna Sledzik


Good morning everyone!  Today I have a cute Halloween treat holder using some new products from the 2022 Memory Box Fall Release.

I cut a piece of white cardstock, 6 1/2" x 5 1/2" and used the eraser on the top of a pencil to add black dots to create a patterned background paper.


Next, I applied double sided tape to one side of the paper on the 6 1/2" side and on the bottom of the backside of the paper.  Place a candy bar in the middle of the backside of the paper and wrap it around the candy bar.  Make sure you can easily pull the candy bar out.


I punched a hole at the top of the wrapper and threaded a piece of ribbon through the hole to hold the candy bar.  Push the candy bar through the holder and ribbon.  To remove the candy bar all you have do is pull the 2 ends of the ribbon and the candy bar slides up.



To decorate the front of the holder, I die cut an oval shape from Glossy Black cardstock and one from white cardstock. I die cut the Creepy Cabin in the middle of the black oval and adhered it to the white cardstock oval.  Next, I die cut a larger oval from orange cardstock and glued the cabin oval to it. 

The pumpkin was die cut from orange paper and glued in place on the oval.

I die cut the words "Boo to You" from orange cardstock and the shadow from black cardstock.  The orange words were glued to the black shadow and adhered to the oval.  I glued this to the front of the wrapper.


I tied a bow at the top of the wrapper to keep the candy bar in place.  

That's it for today!  Have a great weekend!





94587 Boo Posh Script Die

#94634 Creepy Cabin Die



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