by Annie Collins
Hello Crafty Friends! In this crafting video, Annie creates a quick and easy fall project using Joy Clair stamps called Trick or Trick, a rich medium orange chalk ink, and simple ink layering techniques. This Chevron goody bag can be filled with Halloween candy or fun crafty gifts. I hope you found paper crafting and stamping inspiration.
Time: 5-10 minutes per bag
Elevate a humble candy bar into a true treat through a few simple steps. Surprise coworkers, school friends, or party guests with these cute as can be candy bar wrappers. They take minimal effort because you can create these goodies in moments if you do each part in batches.
For the king-size cookie bar wrappers I cut my orange paper 4.5” x 6.5” and scored it lengthwise at 1.5”, 2”, 3.5”, and 4”. The overlay was cut to 4” x 6” and scoring these is totally optional. For other candy bars used in this experiment, they fit the same sleeves (just didn’t stick out on the ends as far); adjust the length of your wrappers to suit. See how I did it in this quick tutorial video.
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- Cardstock – Black, Orange
- Sizzix – Halloween Words Block dies
- Die Cut Machine
- Xyron 550 Create-a-Sticker
- Scoring Board
- Bone Folder
- Paper Trimmer
- Heat tool