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Valentine Hershey Candy Wrappers

Hershey's candy wrappers

Today I’m sharing a quick and easy way to wrap candy for Valentine’s day. This scrapbook paper wrapped Valentine Hershey Candy gift is a cute idea for kids of all ages and once you get started you’ll want to make  a whole bag of them! They’re so easy to make and are a great way to turn a plain candy into a themed seasonal, holiday, or birthday gift.

Hershey's Candy Wrappers Have you noticed that I’ve been sharing a lot of paper crafts lately? I love them! But I promise I’ll get to some new stuff soon. I’m actually half way through several DIY projects that I can’t wait to share with you. Paper crafts are just so much easier for me to finish and write but the piles of unfinished projects are building up around the house and I need to get on them! Speaking of DIY I’m anxious to remodel our kitchen, its something we’ve been talking about doing since last Spring. Super random for a Valentine candy post isn’t it? HA! Well I’m pretty random and also very indecisive about what color to paint our kitchen cabinets. OK I’m probably the most indecisive person ever, but I do love white and ya know the white cabinet bandwagon is going around so I might as well jump on it! :)

I’m just torn whether white cabinets are the best option for our family. For some reason I think they’ll be easier to keep clean in 18 years when the kids are away at college. So tell me..white cabinets yay or nay? Do you have them and love them? Or are they impossible to keep clean?

And now back to your regularly scheduled program…

Hershey's Candy Wrappers

To make the Valentine candy you will need a bag of Hershey Nuggets, scrapbook paper, and glue or tape. Begin by cutting your paper to 1 inch wide x 3 inches long. Then simply glue or tape the paper around the Hershey nugget and repeat!

Hershey's Candy wrappers They really are fun to make, even the kids wanted to join in to make a couple of candy boxes. We packaged 3-4 Hershey Nuggets into a Lifestyle Crafts dessert box. In case you are wondering the paper is My Minds Eye, twine from The Twinery, brad and paper for the candy are from Hobby Lobby.

Hershey candy wrappers

Thanks for stopping by! I’ll be back soon sharing my craft room inspiration and then later with a giveaway!

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Comments

  1. I love cute and easy paper crafts too! This is such a fun way to change out candy bar wrappers for every season or holiday! And that pie die cut is one I have been eyeballing…so cute!!! I can’t wait to hear/see more about your remodel!!!

  2. love these fun easy projects. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Cute idea!!

  4. So fun a d cute! I like white cabinets so isay yay!

  5. Wow these are so cute! What an awesome idea. I ALWAYS save my pretty paper scraps so this is something I could do anytime, for no reason at all :)

  6. Hi Crystal
    So sweet (LOL). It’s amazing what some cute paper can do for plain chocolate! I’ve got a Valentine’s project up on altered-artworks.blogspot.com. Hope you can stop by!

    Doreen

  7. These are so cute! Great idea! I just started a new link party and would love for you to come over and share your post or any social media sites. Talkin’ About Thursday – http://designeddecor.com/talkin-about-thursday-link-party-5/
    DeDe@DesignedDecor

  8. so super cute and fun

  9. Super cute! I am pinning this to my Valentine board! Life to the full, Melissa

  10. That is such a good idea! The paper makes them so cute! Thanks for sharing!
    –Katie

  11. So cute! ;)

  12. girl you are the queen of paper crafts! these are sooo cute! Thanks for sharing!!

  13. These are adorable!! Love them. I’m your newest follower ;)
    Jamie ~ Better With Age

  14. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at Sugar Bee Crafts – you were featured today!
    –Mandy, http://www.SugarBeeCrafts.com

  15. Great idea for Valentine’s Day!
    I have had white cabinets for many years. Even with 2 boys, a large dog and a messy husband, I have never found them to be a problem. They make my kitchen so much brighter. Good luck with your decision.
    Kate

  16. Clever and so easy to do. Thanks!
    I’d love if you shared this at my Show & Tell party today. http://www.gingerlymade.com/2013/02/show-tell-12.html

  17. Wow! These are so simple and yet so great! what a clever idea for any holiday.
    Thanks for sharing. Found you at House of Hepworths link party.
    Bev

  18. What an awesome idea and I love the paper!

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