Saturday, October 19, 2013

STT - Candy Bar Wrapper Blog Hops

This month the Scraps to Treasure team was asked to use our scraps to make candy wrappers. I had a hard time wrapping my mind around this one. See, I just made a pun there. :) I got out my scraps and thought and thought and then I laid eyes on some solid black scrap paper and an idea hit me and here it is.

I love how these look even if I need a few drawing lessons especially for that ghost.
Now how I did them...
I got my Perfect Pearls Mists out and started misting away. The first one I sprayed sunflower sparkle on the bottom and then once that dry I sprayed turquoise in one part and pink gumball in the other. I used just pink gumball on the bottom. 

Finally when all was dried I used a silver metallic pen to draw my pictures and write my words. I used my heat gun on the multi-layered one to make it dry faster before writing on it..

This layering project is so easy and even though I used it for my candy wrapper it can be used for any projects from a card to a cut out.

One thing before I go, if you are in search of candy wrapper sizes to make your own I have found an awesome site where the lady has listed all the sizes you will need for most any candy bar out there. The site is called Wendy Tunison Designs.

Thanks for stopping by and now onto Paula's blog.


  1. Love the misting and that cute little ghost!

  2. Impressive - I really need to get my Perfect Pearls out more.

  3. These are fabulous - I love the colours you managed to get with the mists! So effective. TFS


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