Whimsical Candy Wrapper {Free Printable}

April 28, 2011 |  by  |  Blog, Freebies, Party

Hello everyone!
…reporting from my dining room table once again;-) It is raining cats and dogs outside, my hubby flew to Seattle for a job interview and I am planning a major spring cleaning. But first I have some freebies for ya!
This time I designed some candy wrapper, fun, fresh, flowery….springy.

You can use those for wedding favors, teacher gifts, party favors, etc…..



You will need:


– Sissors

– Sewing machine

– Candy


1. Cut out wrappers.

2. Roll and sew on one side.

3. Put candy inside.

4. Twist.

5. Sew other side.

6. Voila!


Do you like vintage candy wrappers? Then check out this photo, perfect for inspiration!

Another cute sweedish candy wrapper pattern.

Martha’s idea of candy wrappers- the lace looks just awesome!

A free download for Valentine’s Day candy wrapper (good for any day!)




This is it for today, make sure to stop over at Imperfectly Polished, I am guestposting today;-)


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  1. Such a great and cute idea! I’m launching a new linky party next tuesday on my blog. It’s for things that take 20 minutes (give or take) and cost less than $10. Would you consider linking up?
    Thanks ;)

  2. What an adorable idea!! I love the idea of sewing paper, and since I’m sewing paper dots together to make streamers for a niece’s baby shower, I think I shall use matching paper to make favor holders!! They will add lovely coordinating color to the table decorations!! Thanks for the great ideas… love your site!

  3. This is the cutest thing I have seen in a long time! Thank you for the printable! Your newest follower, Christie at Three Pixie Lane

  4. Thank you sooo much for making this darling printable. It has so many cute prints. So usable!

  5. c est genial merci tu es douee bisou jojo
    jojo recently blogged..bijou

  6. Hi Sibylle!
    Ich habe Dich gerade auf einer Linky Party entdeckt und etwas auf Deiner Seite gestöbert. :)
    Creative Minds think alike! Ich habe gerade letzten Monat auch solche süßen Schächtelchen gebastelt. Kannst ja mal vorbei schauen, wenn Du Zeit und Lust hast. http://niftythriftythings.blogspot.com/2011/04/easter-treat-boxes.html
    Tolle Idee mit dem selbstgedruckten Papier!
    Liebe Grüße!

  7. Simply adore your lovely paper! TYFS CM2 :-)

  8. Thank you *SO* much for the printable and great tutorial. I just made some for my baby’s first birthday party but made them bigger by using two rectangles, stacked long ways. They easily held 10 jelly beans. Will link to you when I post about her party.

    I want to make some for Christmas treats, Valentine & Halloween goodies for my kid’s classes. So many possibilities.

  9. Love these cute printables.
    Thanks for writing up the tutorial.
    I have featured it…along with some other gifts for teachers here….
    ….if you would like to take a look.
    Thanks again for another super cute idea.
    Ally on harrysdesk.

  10. Hi Sibylle,

    I just came across your blog earlier this year. I absolutely love it! It’s so bright and cheery here. Just thought I’d let you know that my daughter and I made a super size version of your candy wrapper for loot bags. We used scrapbook paper primarily because my printer was out of ink and well, it was sitting right there. (If you’d like a peek: http://miracleround.blogspot.com/2012/02/pinterest-art-and-eleven-year-old.html) Thanks for the inspiration!
    Kim recently blogged..Waffle Love

  11. Thanks a lot, it’s so cute !
    Sophie recently blogged..Il s’est un peu fait attendre…


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