DAD Candy Bar WrapperPosted on Jun 3, 2019 10:05:00 AM by Samantha Taylor
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!
Made by: Samantha Taylor
Time: 10 minutes
Level: Quick and Easy
- Permanent Glue Tape
- Glue Lines®
- Webster’s Pages Patterned Paper
- Candy Bar
- A way to cut letters (Stencils, manual die cutting machine, or digital die cutting machine)
Measure your candy bar to figure out the size paper you will need.
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.
Use Glue Lines to wrap and secure the patterned paper around your candy bar.
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.
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.
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My name is Samantha Taylor and I have a passion for combining crafting and creativity to beautify life. I live in a small town in rural Iowa with my husband and 2 boys (all 3 of whom you’ll see featured in my projects). I’m a paper crafting fanatic who also loves photography. I enjoy making lay outs, cards, mini albums and home decor items, party decorations, and crafting with my kids. My favorite thing about crafting is getting to connect with so many people all over the world who also love creating pretty things and preserving memories. You can find more from me at www.taylorstamped.blogspot.com. I am so excited to share with you my love for the many uses of Glue Dots®!