Things you’ll need:
Print out wrapper*. Be sure to use bright white heavy paper
Bars of chocolate (1.55 oz)
Adhesive such as a glue stick or photo tabs
Stylus (useful but not essential)
*I can make personalized chocolate bar wrappers to match any of the invites in my Etsy store or I can make a design for you from scratch. You think of the theme and colors and I’ll create it! For this tutorial, I used the Sailboat wrapper.
Step 1: cut the paper on the grey line. Use a paper cutter to ensure a straight neat edge.
Step 2: fold on the black line at the top of the illustration. Use the flat end of the stylus to sharpen the crease of the fold.
Step 3: fold on the bottom black line. These are the only two folds you’ll need to make. Again, use the stylus to get a nice crease.
Step 4: slip the chocolate bar behind the wrapper.
Step 5: turn the wrapper and the chocolate bar over so that you can apply adhesive to the back of the wrapper. I like to use a glue stick for this.
If you are using a glue stick then you’ll need to press very firmly for a few seconds to make sure it sticks.
Et voila! Cute personalized chocolate bar wrappers– the perfect party favor! These are a huge hit every time I throw a party- adults love them, as do the kids. Plus, the personalization mean that these wrappers make fabulous keepsakes. When you do these every birthday, you can create a fun way to track milestones.
Check out the other personalized chocolate wrappers that I have made in years past for my daughter’s birthday parties!