Sunday, October 27, 2019


Well - it's my very favorite time of year and honestly one of my favorite times to craft too! I  LOVE  making fun treat holders and the Candy Carnival collection is PERFECT for doing just that! These candy bar sliders are so quick and easy to put together and add a fun interactive element as well!
So I made these little cuties using this super easy tutorial - the link is here if you would like to make some of these for yourselves: Candy Bar Holder

Here are some close-ups of the wrappers.  I used some Icon Stickers, Odds and Ends, some Sprinkles and two of the Sprinkle Shapes - the Tiny Treats and the So Corny ones. I used a few pattern papers from the 6x6 paper pad mounted on some white cardstock. The actual holders are made from a 6x6 piece of Ring Toss paper. You can get 4 of these holders from one sheet of paper so lots of bang for your buck with this type of holder.

Here is a close up of how the pull part works. I cut a 22-inch piece of ribbon and lace it through a hole I punched through the top of the holder and then you simply place your candy bar in between the two ends of the ribbon, push it into the paper holder and then tie the ribbon in the top.

 Here is a better look at the candy bar pulled out a way...

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! I hope I have inspired you to create a batch of these fun holders. They would be great for classroom treats, co-worker gifts or to give to your favorite little Trick-or-Treaters! Happy Halloween and Happy Crafting friends! 

Doodlebug Products Used:
Candy Carnival Ring Toss paper
Candy Carnival 6x6 paper pad
Candy Carnival Icon Stickers
Candy Carnival Odds and Ends
Halloween Assortment Sprinkles
So Corny Shape Sprinkles
Tiny Treats Shape Sprinkles
Other Products Used:
Foam Tape
Scoring Board 
Hole Punch
Scor-Tape 1/4 inch
Hershey Candy Bars
Black Stripe Ribbon
Black and White Bakers Twine

1 comment:

  1. Such "sweet" candy bar wraps!! I want to trick or treat at your house!


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