I came up with another version of a Father’s Day Gift along the Father’s Day Candy Bar Wrapper theme. For some reason I just love the idea of wrapping up chocolate bars in fun and creative ways. I made some a couple of years ago which some of you might remember or actually used. You can find the printable Candy Bar Wrappers here:
I thought it would be fun to wrap them up to look like they are wearing a suit and tie. I just created a pattern and used 3 separate pieces of scrapbook paper. The first pattern is for the suit coat. I used a gray linen-like scrapbook paper and cut it out and then folded where it is indicated on the pattern. Then I punched three paper brads through the marked holes for the buttons on the suit. I used a large glue dot to hold the suit together on the candy bar in the front.
For the white shirt, simply print the pattern onto white cardstock and then cut out the pattern and fold on the lines indicated. You will fold this up so that it acts as a sleeve to hold the candy bar of your choice in. Then you will use the third piece of paper to cut out a colorful tie. Just glue this underneath the flaps of the shirt collar.
Then I printed out some of these round Father’s Day Gift Tag Labels and attached one to the candy bar wrapper with a simple black ribbon. The gift tags could also be used in so many other ways and on other gifts you might be giving Dad or Grandpa.
The shirt has a fun little Father’s Day quote that will be able to be read when Dad goes to pull out the candy bar inside.
To download a copy of the Father’s Day Candy Bar Wrappers click on the link below and then select Previous Downloads:
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You can also access the Round Father’s Day Gift Tag Labels by clicking on that same link. Looking for some more Father’s Day Gift Ideas? Check out these past Idea Room posts:
How do you like to show the Father figures in your life that you care about them?