November 10, 2009

Chocolate Bar Wrappers

Need something quick and easy to give as little gifts this holiday season? Then try out my chocolate bar wrappers. Homemade fudge is wayyyyyyy over rated......Hershey bars are easy peasy! :) I've used Pine's adorably sweet Rustic Snowflakes patterned paper and Scor-Tape to wrap up the chocolate bar. For the little fancies, I used Papertrey Pure Poppy Luxe Satin ribbon, an Aqua Mist punched snowflake (the yellow punch, Extra Jumbo), Aqua Mist button, Rustic Twine and a stamped and punched tag from the 2008 Holiday Tags Collection. It doesn't get much easier than this!
I've put together a few kits for you try out in my Etsy shop too. The papers have adhesive on them, so all you need for this little project is 4 Hershey chocolate bars and a pair of scissors to trim the ribbon and twine.
Hope you're getting a head start on the holiday gift giving. I think these and notepads are going to be my little gifties for the holidays, how about you?

27 comments:

ninasays said...

Definitely notepads!! You made me do it ;) Seriously, I saw all the cute samples over here so I ordered some notepads and with Nichole's single template I made 10 notepads for my friends and family. I will also give away scented candles (since I work at a candle company) and other papercrafted or sewn items :) Thanks again for the inspiration!

Aunt T said...

Will you have more candy bar kits in your etsy shop? I've been stalking it all morning and can't believe I missed them :(

Thanks.

Teresa

Diana said...

I seriously need to find me a crafting group nearby! They look great!!

I have you on my blogroll so that I can keep coming back. :)

Susan said...

You know, I think a candy bar would taste so much better when it is wrapped in a cute project like yours. Thanks for sharing

justyolie said...

What a wonderful idea!! I have a scrap retreat this weekend this will be perfect for the girls!!

Laurel said...

Your etsy must have sold out fast because I just checked and your kits are gone!! Hopefully, I can come up with my own design. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy Holshouser said...

When I saw you notepad post about making them for friends early I made 4 for teaching staff at my friend's school. I make treats for the kids for holidays so I think the candy bars will be neat for the Christmas treats. Love the combination you used.

Sandy Murphy said...

Hi Mish - I need some help. I just love your ideas and blog. I just recently purchased some Justrite stamps and I am having a heck of a time. Every time I go to stamp, I not getting the full image and I get a ring. Is there a trick to this. Thanks for any help you can give me. www.handysandyanmurf@yahoo.com
Sandy M.

Anonymous said...

Love these as always. Thank you so much for sharing your talent.
I just LOVE your posts.

HegeT said...

Hi.
So great give-away.
I have been a sworn Copic fan.
Do not hold on so long with the ink, but have become totally dependent on them.
I spend most Copic Sketch -
Really like these because of the brush tip.
Also there is so much nice colors.


Regards
HegeT, Norway
søk

Amy said...

The project looks so easy. Love these last minute gift ideas.

I have enjoyed seeing you as a part of the Copic Design Team! Your creativity just blossoms with the Copics. You have inspiried me to start my own collection.

Linda said...

Ok, so another blog I need to subscribe to :) Love the copics....just getting started with them....love your other ideas as well........

Robin McK said...

Those sre some very special wrappers! Great job!

Karen C said...

Great giveaway! I love copics especially the sketch and cias markers. I will never go back to colored pencils. Cute idea on the candy bar wrappers. So cute!

Jessica said...

Lovely as usual!! Great stocking stuffer idea!!! TFS

Lori Barnett said...

SUPER cute idea!

KarenB said...

OK, these are WAY too cah-yute!!! Congrats on the Copic team!!! I am extremely excited to see the expansion and learn more from you talented ladies!!! I started my Copic love affair a couple years ago but only really learned how to use them this year for blending and creating the amazing effects they can! I have a handful of markers but adore each and every one of them hoping to someday have the entire collection - yep, I dream big! I use them for all my card making and scrapbooking needs and have even used them a time or two in my jewelry making!!!

Shawna said...

Aw, Michelle ---- You are one of my very favorite people to go to for inspiration! Love all your projects and for quick & easy this candy bar wrapper/gift definitely beats fudge anyday. You rock girl!

Catrick said...

Whazt a surprise! The blog hop has taken us to mostly cards and then I land on your blog...love the candy bar wrapper!!!

I love my Copics and I look at any project..."can I Copic this?".

fotokat said...

You are just so creative!! Love your blog - so inspiratonal!! I do so appreciate all the time you ladies put into giving us inspiration and help!! Thank you guys so much.

Donna said...

Great gifts. Congratulations on being on the copic team. I love the copic markers and hope to win a set to add to the 3 I have been able to purchase.

frodz said...

What a beautiful project! Love the color combination. Thanks for sharing.

Hlmyers said...

love the projects I am going to havve to "borrow" the ideas!!!

congrats on the copic team!!!

I am a kindergarten teacher and love to color, with Copics I love it even more, because of the end result. I am officially addicted to my copic Markers!! I love to sit and color. It is very theraputic! I play with different color combintions I now have over 100 images colored now I need to do something with them!!

Jessica said...

I came by looking for the Copic blog hop. I love the idea to cover the chocolate bar. It's an inexpensive little gift, but made special by the paper. I'm thinking of doing candle wraps for some of my gifts. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

These are cute little gifts to have on hand for the holidays!

C Burke

Michelle said...

Those notepads you create are the most awesome things ever.. I am making a poor attempt to do some this Christmas but mine never look as AMAZING as yours do! These Candy bar kits are so adorable!! Would be a great Sunday School project!

Michelle

philippines gift said...

Wow! this is gonna be a perfect give away thank you for sharing. :0

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