Easter candy bars.

Posted by Michelle on April 5th, 2012 . Filed under: Design Team Work, Easter, Gift Packaging, Glue Dots, May Arts, Prima .

Second only to my goody bags, is fancying-up chocolate bars.  I love candy gifts, just love them, and if you can dress them up so that they don’t look like something you picked up as an afterthought at the Walmart checkstand, then you’re a winner.  I use Glue Dots’ Continuous Glue Lines on the back edges to secure my patterned paper (by Pebbles), and then I just embellish the heck of out ’em.  These ones have some pretty organza flower fabric and eyelet trim from A Million Memories.

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And these ones have some soft springy patterned paper from Prima topped off with my new favie ribbon from May Arts.

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4 Responses to Easter candy bars.

  1. Jessie McLaughlin

    Oh Michelle! These are lovely and I am going to do this for Easter Sunday! I am going to a friends and will do these for the kids!!

  2. Barbara Johnson

    Such pretty bows!! Beautiful colors! I love the bee ribbon!!!!

  3. LorraineN

    So pretty! Your packaging makes such a big difference – makes the bars look so elegant! A perfect gift!

  4. michellephilippi.com» Blog Archive » Adventures in Couponing.

    […] Alright, so this couponing adventure at the Walmart was epic.  So epic that I can’t share it all with you today.  We’ll get to that in a bit, but let’s get started with Easter candy.  Free Snickers eggs, free Peeps and free m&ms Easter tubes.  Lindt white chocolate bars were 48-cents after coupons and doublers.  You can see what I did with those HERE. […]

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