Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Halloween Candy Wraps

A couple of years ago, I went crazy and made a whole bunch of Halloween candy wraps.

I think they make great gifts for neighbors and teachers and friends this time of year, so I thought I'd share how to make them with my Flipzles fans.



Vampire with Cape

Open the cape to see the message - "I hope your Halloween doesn't Bite"

I used black felt to make his bat-wing cape and glued googly eyes on top of the printed paper that is wrapped around a box of Reese's Pieces.



A BOO "Mint" just for you!

Needed: One size fits all stretchy gloves, ribbon, white felt, junior mints and printable ghost face (or make your own).

Large candy bar Witches with glove hats

Needed: Large candy bars, stretchy gloves, ribbon, and printable witch face.

I also made 3 smaller size gum or kit kat bar wrappers.  Simply print, but and wrap to add a little Halloween fun to the treats you give out.


Here are the other wraps -


Artwork and designs created by Vicki Lewis

I tried to embed the pdf -- but it isn't working right now, so email me if you would like the pdfs to print.
 vicki @ flipzles . com

2 comments:

  1. How can I get these to print properly? I'd like to use them for my VT ladies and Primary class. I 'saved image as..' and printed them, but they didn't print right and the Dracula isn't full (or is that all there is?).

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  2. Oh! you are so amazing and creative. And ... since I am now a WGU Night Owl, I think I need a set of Owl 'eggs' - doing "math & teacher things" - I still proudly display my Clark Penguins :)

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