DIY Halloween Chocolate Wrappers Tutorial with Free Printable Template

Trick or Treat time is approaching so why not get the kids to make this adorable duo to wrap their Halloween chocolates in? With our free template, it couldn’t be easier to bring these pesky characters alive!…

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Print your Free Halloween Chocolate Wrappers Template Here

What You Need: 

  • Free Printable Halloween Template
  • Fun Size Chocolate Bars
  • First Edition Textured Card Stock
  • Googly Eyes

How To Make:

1.  Begin by printing out the template, cutting out the bat character and adhering it with Washi tape to a black piece of First Edition Textured Card Stock. Carefully cut around the shape.

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2.  Fold in the edges on your chocolate bar wrapper and secure it with Dovecraft Perma Fix Tape. Add strips of Perma Fix tape to the length of the chocolate bar.

3.  Stick your chocolate bar to the centre of the bat design.

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4.  Add a pair of googly eyes to the bats face. Alternatively you can cut out the eyes from the template if you don’t have googly eyes to hand.

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5.  Add a strip of Dovecraft Perma Fix tape to the edge of the left wing. Fold in the right wing and adhere the left wing to it.

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There you have it, a brilliant bat design that will add a spooky edge to their sweet treat!

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To give him a friend, why not make a flock of bats? You can use this template to create a fun home décor piece this Halloween!

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Your template also includes a ghost design. Follow the same steps but use white First Edition Card stock. This craft will definitely scare away anyone who will try to eat their chocolate.. (maybe!)

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We’d love to see your creepy characters in the Inspiration Area so remember to upload them! If uploading to social media, don’t forget to #trimcraft.

 

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