Thursday, October 11, 2012

Candy Bars!!

One of the most popular posts here on my little blog are the ones that feature these little candy bars.  I made some last year and they continue to by the most clicked on post.  So, For the craft fair this year I figured I better make a bunch of these cuties!  Luckily  my daughter's school is selling the candy bars for their winter fund raiser again this year, so I was able to use the same bars as last year.  I made ten Thanksgiving Turkeys, 10 Angels, 10 Santas, 10 Grinches, and 10 Rudolphs.  And, I have another box of 50 candy bars to go!!  If  I don't sell them all I may be selling them on the blog.  Good Idea?




















I am editing this post to a link to a couple of videos on my You Tube channel that were made years after this post.  Please check them out :) and give me a like or thumbs up :) 

14 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for posting this! I just signed up to do my first craft fair and these are a sure winner!

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  2. These are awesome! Do you mind if I ask what you charge for them?

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  3. Do you have a tutorial?

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  4. Adorable! :) Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I would also love a tutorial and the pricing. I just did my first craft show and I am totally addicted. Thanks.

    catlady709@comcast.net

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  6. Absolutely darling!

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  7. What Candy Bars are these? Do they sell them in the store this size?

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  8. Check out the Oct. 12, 2011 for more information.

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  9. Love these. Would also love a tutorial if possible

    Thanks

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  10. I would assume that these are World's Finest Chocolate candy bars they have the same shape. They are often used as school fund raisers and retail as a fundraiser as $1 a bar, so you could sell them wrapped for $2 and make a small profit while helping your child clear through their fundraiser candy! Very smart!!

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  11. You could even buy gift wrap from your child's gift wrap fundraiser to do these and then use their candy bar fund raiser... wow talk about creative double dipping! Very cool.

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  12. omg! I love these and I am so glad I found your blog on pinterest because I am doing my first craft fair at my kids school and I am so excited to be adding these to my table. Your awesome!

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  13. Hi everyone, this post from so many years back still gets so many views. I do love these candy bar wrappers. I made a how to post in Nov 2012 if you are looking for clearer directions. beth

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  14. At first I thought they were tampons.

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