Candy Bar Wrappers from Creature Comforts

creature comforts diy candy bar wraps

Still scrambling for holiday gifts? Well, you can stop worrying now.

Whether you’re searching for those last stocking stuffers, holiday party favors, or thrifty-but-thoughtful treats for your coworkers, blogger Ez of Creature Comforts has got you covered with her easy, adorable DIY candy wrappers.

“I created free, printable wraps to dress up standard candy barselevating them to gift-worthy status,” Ez says. All you need is a printer, scissors, tape, and a stack of candy bars.

Sounds good to us. Well, the clock is ticking, so let’s get to work!

Creature Comforts’ Candy Bar Wraps

Candy bars (I used 3.2 ounce bars)
Color printer (You could also have these printed at a copy shop)
Standard copy paper
Clear tape
Candy bars (I used 3.2 ounce bars)
Templates (Download below)

creature comforts diy bow template

creature comforts dig tag template

Got everything? Good. Let’s get started…

creature comforts diy candy bar wraps

1. Print your candy bar wraps onto standard copy paper.

creature comforts diy candy bar wraps

2. Center the printed design on the top/middle of your candy bar, and fold paper over to the back of your bar. Secure paper with a piece of clear tape.

creature comforts diy candy bar wraps

3. Fold opposite edge around your bar, trim any excess paper, and secure with tape.

4. With the back side of your bar facing up, fold in edges as shown in the photo.

5. Fold the pointed flap up and secure on the back of your bar with tape. Repeat for the other end.

creature comforts diy candy bar wraps

6. Address bars to your friends and family, and give.

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For more seasonal craft ideas (like Ez’s epic “Super Duper Free Printable Holiday Gift Tag Roundup”), hop over to the Creature Comforts blog!

Also, this post wraps up our first-ever DIY holiday guest blogger series! (If you missed the earlier posts, you must check out Aunt Peaches’ hilarious hippopotamus tree topper, Fieldguided’s cute cat coasters, Big Girls, Small Kitchen’s yummy pancake mix, and Vanilla & Lace’s to-die-for marshmallows.) What did you think about this series? Should we do it again?


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    lesleyfunkyart 01/08/2011 at 8:47 am #

    These are “sweet” and inexpensive idea for a little treat for someone anytime! Thanks!

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    ash 02/25/2011 at 10:11 am #

    this is for someone that has time to make crafts and I’m not the person to make crafts all the time and I’m never home or to busy to do any thing like these candy bar wrappers that is just to much and you would need a steady hand to make that wrapper

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    Rachel 09/19/2011 at 8:38 pm #

    So cute! Easy and adorable. The blue bow one is my favorite. I used regular sized Hershey bars and just trimmed off the edges. Fast and simply way to give a unique and adorable gift!

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