Paper Crafts

DAD Candy Bar Wrapper

Dress up Dad’s favorite candy for Father’s Day,  with a customized wrapper. This project is simple way to add a little something extra to your gift. It’s also a great project for kids to help with!

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Made by: Samantha Taylor

Time: 10 minutes

Level: Quick and Easy

Glue-Dots-Candy-Bar-Wrapper-supplies Materials:

Directions: 
Measure your candy bar to figure out the size paper you will need.

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For the long side, measure your candy bar, then subtract ½” (this way the ends of your candy bar will peek out). Cut your paper to this measurement. 

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Use Glue Lines to wrap and secure the patterned paper around your candy bar.

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Use Permanent GlueTape to attach the letters D A D to your candy bar. I used a stencil to trace and cut them out of patterned paper. 

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Glue Lines are my favorite adhesive when I want to attach/seal a long flat edge. The adhesive holds strong, even if you want to make this treat up a few weeks ahead of time. 

~ Samantha

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