Isn't he just the cutest??? He was created by Angie Juda over at Chic' N Scratch Live. We will be making him at my workshop on 10/1, but if you would like a tutorial, a video can be found at Angie's website: http://chicnscratch.typepad.com/chicnscratchlive/2009/08/mummy-candy-bar-holder.html.
As with the Frankenstein treat bag we'll be making at the workshop, this does not need a die cut or a template. It's just cardstock that is cut, scored and folded. The Creamy Caramel is the base and is cut at 10"x 2 1/2". It is then scored at 2 3/16", 2 11/16", 6 1/8", and 6 5/8". The Very Vanilla is used for the mummy wrap and is torn from a strip 2 1/2" wide, sponged and adhered to the Creamy Caramel.
This can hold any mini size candy bar. I used a Kit-Kat, but it could also hold a Hershey Bar as well. I punched a hole with the Modern Label Punch and slid the candy bar in. The top flap is held down with a mini glue dot.
I love it because it's quick and easy and you don't need any fancy gadgets ;)
Paper: Creamy Caramel, Very Vanilla, Basic Black and Whisper White Cardstock
Ink: Chocolate Chip Classic Stamp Pad
Accessories: Scoring Tool, Sponges, Modern Label Punch, 1/2" Circle Punch, 1/4" Hole Punch, Mini Glue Dot, Black Marker & a Mini Candy Bar.
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