Monday, June 11, 2012

Candy Bar Wrapper Thank You

Happy Tuesday my fellow bloggers!  Today is the last day of school for all 3 of my girls.  I am excited for summer and the break from our crazy school routine but it is also bittersweet because it is an ending - the end of 4th grade, 9th grade and 11th grade.  Okay, enough emotion, let's get on to the good stuff - the cute project I made as a thank you for one of my students who has so graciously driven my oldest daughter to many of her dance classes and performances.  It freed up a lot of time for me and I am so grateful.  I used an svg file from SVG Cuts to make this but there is also a tutorial at Scor pal which doesn't require a cutting machine.  I used a sentiment from Cardz TV stamp set "FAQ"'s.  The flower is a Lori Wick file I bought from the Silhouette store.    I used several embossing folders, some pink pearls spritz and a pencil to shape and texture my flower.  The frame for the sentiment was leftover from an old Christmas paper pack, LOL!  I used velcro to close my wrapper and enclosed a candy bar and gift card.    

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope I have inspired you!!


  1. I like this candy wrapper. I am thinking they will be perfect for prizes next school year. I am hoping to get a jump start on so many projects this summer.

    Stay Creative,
    Carson's Creations

  2. Ooh, I love this one! The colors are so eye-catching, and it's just so appealing over all. :)