I have a super fun and free way to spruce up the mini candy bars you can grab at the local store.
Use this free printable to make an easy classroom goodie bag for your little one’s classmates or you can even give these as a teacher’s gift. Let me show you how.
- free Christmas candy wrapper printable <— click to print!
- paper (just plain ol’ copy paper)
- glue stick
- scissors or paper-cutter
- 4×9 clear cello bags (if you’re making goodie bags)
- festive ribbon or raffia (for goodie bags)
- dollar store container, like a take-out box (teacher gift)
- tissue paper (teacher gift)
Print out the printable. Kelli from 3 Boys and a Dog makes all of my printables. She does custom work for just a few bucks. If you need a custom printable for your Christmas craft, you should reach out to Kelli.
Cut out your printables.
I used a paper-cutter.
Use your glue stick where the printable instructs.
Wrap the printable around your mini candy bar as the photos below illustrate, making sure the adhesive seam is in the back.
Here is what a set of five candy bars look like.
Take a set of candy bars and put them in a clear cello bag and close off with ribbon or raffia.
These are perfect for classroom party goodie bags.
Or, use them as a teacher’s gift and use a dollar store container, like a festive or glittery take-out-box. I grabbed this blue one from Target in their dollar bins.
Place one sheet of tissue paper in the container.
Place one set of candy bars on top of the tissue paper.
And you have a gift.
Simple, inexpensive and fun!
These are sure to be a hit.
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