December 6, 2021

Easy To Make Snowman Candy Wrappers With Xyron

Looking for some cute but easy-to-make gift ideas for stocking stuffers? These would make great teacher gifts or for kids or anyone who likes candy. These are also good to have on hand for when you have unexpected company.
*Make sure to read all the way to the bottom to find out how you could have a chance to win more than $900 in prizes from Xyron.

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To start, I found a cute printable snowman image on google and printed it out on plain white copy paper. I did have to adjust the sizing until I got it to the size I wanted. Then I gathered up some of my favorite Xyron products, the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Pen and Xyron Tape Runner. I also grabbed some yummy full-size candy bars to use inside the snowman wrappers.

All Xyron Products are 15% OFF until Dec. 31, 2021, when you use the code READY15 at checkout!

Once I had my snowman printout sized and cut to size, I then wrapped it around the candy bar and adhered it into place using the Xyron Tape Runner.

Next, using a piece of felt that I measured to be able to wrap around the candy. I then added a line of hot glue using the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Pen along the bottom edge of the felt and folded it up to create about a 1/2" hem. I chose the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Pen because I love how you can do a thin line of glue exactly where you want it.

Then added another line of hot glue and wrapped the felt around the top end of the snowman candy wrapper all the way around so it overlaps slightly.

I then tied a piece of twine about halfway up the felt into a bow and the top half of the felt was cut down to the twine in strips to create a fringe. For the scarf, I cut a long strip of felt to wrap all the way around the wrapper and adhered it in the back slightly overlapping using the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Pen. Then using a shorter strip of felt, I folded it in half and cut the ends of the felt to create a fringe. I adhered it to one side of the felt strip that was wrapped around the candy.

See how cute they turned out? All you have to do is slide the candy bar of your choice inside and they can be reused on a new candy bar after their original candy bar has been eaten.

If you love hot glue guns you want to make sure to get the Xyron Mini Hot Glue Pen! There is no better glue gun for precision craft projects that you want to add fine lines of glue without creating a mess.

PLUS.... All Xyron Products are 15% OFF until Dec. 31, 2021, when you use the code READY15 at checkout!

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Must be 18+ years old and live in the United States. The giveaway closes at 11:59 pm PT on 12/15/2021.

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