Wrap yourselves around these :: Red Brolly chocolate wrappers
Are you a chocoholic? Maybe you're looking for a special handmade gift for someone who is? Maybe you have a friend who is stitching the Blueberry Girls at the moment and would like to give them a bit of encouragement as they sit and stitch?
I had a lot of fun designing these and the girls and I think they've turned out fantastic.
They would make a great gift for someone using also the Bumbleberry Cobbler jar labels and my free printable notepaper. Maybe you have the ladies (& gents) coming over and could use these and my free invitations. I don't know, what do you think? How would you use these?
Anyway, it was a good excuse to open some chocolate. Well?? It needed to be done in the sake of a photo shoot...no other reason ;-)
Would you like to make some Red Brolly Bluberry Girls chocolate wrappers? Here's the how to...(as usual it's for A4 standard sized paper, but, I have centred it and it should print on US paper-the edges will just get chopped- it's the white bits anyway.)
Chocolate wrapper designs
Chocolate bars- In Australia I used Cadbury "Furry Friends" chocolate bars, which were the perfect size. I also experimented with just breaking up rows of chocolate to fit the size needed, and this worked too. You may need to play around a little...and any leftovers would naturally become taste testers!
So, download your free chocolate wrapper designs.Here's the PDF file.
Print out the file. There's 3 different designs to a page.
Cut out the wrappers.
Next, unwrap your chocolate. Tidying up any loose crumbs...
Turn over one wrapper to the wrong side, and place chocolate in the middle of the design.
Once you have carefully glued down one side, fold over the unglued edge and then fold the glued edge on top. Press firmly, but carefully, you don't want the glue to splodge onto the chocolate. I tried to take a photo of this but it was very hard to do and hold the camera and press the button at the same time!