Mummy Candy

Rachel Funk sent an email with an adorable mummy wrapped candy bar to the stamp group we belong to this week. Isn't she creative?! Thanks, Rachel! It is so cute that I decided to make them for my boys' teachers for Halloween. This is the one I made. Rachel sent me the instructions, so I knew what she used. The cool part is this guy is wrapped around a full size Hershey bar. The outside slips right off, so a person can keep the mummy packaging.

First, you wrap a piece of paper completely around the candy bar and adhere it together, so it will slip off. I used a 6 x 6 piece of white cardstock. Then tear the strips to adhere around the candy. Here is the recipe:

White and black cardstock, desert sand ink, twill, 1" inch punch, 3/4" punch, Spooky Delights CTMH stamp set. The little black circle for the eye is from a sizzix die. It is the question mark dot. I didn't have a 1/2" punch to use.

This little mummy is easy to make and a great Halloween gift. You should try making some!

Happy Stamping!
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2 comments:

Connie said...

Isn't that mummy just tooooo cute! What a great idea for teachers.

dasimonds said...

"Mummy Candy" is great..love it!
What a great idea...great gift!
Thanks for sharing.


Dee