Time has flown this year! Our little ghost friends are flying, too, with chocolate treats for your Halloween! Hi, this is Debb (Clickersister) and I'm bringing a frightful little treat holder
for you today!
These are quick and easy, so you can make up a bunch to hand out to the little trick-or-treaters! It only takes a few supplies, and this wonderful cardstock has a contrasting pattern on the reverse side!
Let's get started!
The Robin's Nest supplies:
These sizes will fit a full-sized candy bar. You can use these basic instructions and change the sizes to fit any size candy bar that you wish!
Cut a piece 7 inches by 3 inches, then taper the top to a point. Cut the second piece 5 by 4 1/4 inches.
Then cut a piece the length of the paper by as wide as you like for the band to go around the outside.
Then score the bottom of the 5 inch piece at 1/2 inch, turn a quarter turn and score again at 1/2, 5/8,
3 5/8, and 3 3/4. Snip out the corner to the inside score mark.
Fold at each score line. It should look something like this:
Add your adhesive to the inside flaps.
Place this on the tag portion and adhere to the back. Don't push the front panel all the way around to the back. Let the folded score line create a small "box" for the candy bar to slide into.
Add the contrasting side of your strip of paper around the candy holder, embellish, and punch a hole for the ribbon, and you have your candy holder complete!
See, quick and easy, and great for any Halloween party! Thanks for joining me today!