Candy Bar Cards

This is a Great little gift to pass out when you have a lot of people to give to; 
 co-workers, neighbors, school teachers, church friends, etc.

Start off with a large candy bar.
Carefully peel off the outer wrapper, then use it to trace out onto decorative paper.

Attach the decorative paper onto the candy bar using tape or a glue stick.

Then decorate using paper scraps, ribbons, tags and whatever other embellishment's you may have.

These are some I made last year for my husband to give out to his co-workers. Each one turned out different. Everybody really enjoyed them.


  1. Great idea - who doesn't like a little chocolate. That red and white wrapping paper is calling out to me! I'm going to have to look for some of my own!

  2. What a fantastic idea! I'll have to remember that! Thanks for sharing,

  3. Darling! What a sweet idea {!!}. I have tons of scrapbook paper and embellishments so I'm in the game. Thanks so much!


  4. Ooh, great idea!! Love the wrapping and the embellishments!

  5. I was just sitting here thinking... What should I do for all of Danny's co-workers for the holidays? LOVE this idea! I was going to do Mom's candied almonds, but these are way cute and less time and money. Thanks for the idea Em!

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  7. Love this idea! Very cute!

    Hope you can come by for my Holly Bloggy Recipe Party on Thursday!

  8. My grandma used to place a Symphony bar into each Christmas stocking. It's always been a special tradition. Grandma is now in a nursing home with Alzheimers. I'd love to decorate a Symphony bar for my mom and put it in her stocking. Thanks for the great idea.