Halloween Gauze Wrapped Candy Bars
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It’s that time of year when the scent of candy and Halloween are in the air. What is it about Halloween that makes it so much fun? The candy? Dressing up in costumes? Funny decorations? Scary decorations? Fog machines? Candy? I’m going with candy, specifically gauze wrapped candy bars. And best of all, they’re frightfully easy to make.
Simply wrap the gauze around the candy bar. If you have regular gauze, just use a couple of pieces of double stick tape to keep the gauze in place.
Cut a small piece of black card stock for the eyes and glue the googly eyes to the card stock (we used a small piece of double stick tape instead of glue).
Use double stick tape to adhere the eyes to the mummy bar, tucking the top edge of the cardstock under the bottom edge of the gauze.
How adorable are these mummy bars?! They are so ridiculously easy and cute at the same time.
I promise, after making a couple of these gauze wrapped candy bars, you’ll be addicted. Have fun making your own mummy bars.
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This is really funny and amusing. I liked the idea so much.
They amuse me, too. What is it about googly eyes that make me smile everytime?
These are some Goulishly Wicked Ideas for any of the following types of parties_events_more for any/all ages_abilities! Work-place parties + events, School parties, Holidays+Birthdays, Church groups, Haunted Houses, + any other ways_events + more that I have forgotten to list! 🙂 We could even use almost any colors of gauze to make different Halloween/Christmas characters! Please feel free to add any other ideas_more that I have forgotten to list! 🙂 I look forward to seeing what more great ideas we can all come up with! 😛
Annesley, you’ve got me motivated to make even more of these little cuties. I love all your ideas, thanks!
Hi Susan – I was thinking that too… how perfect for a school or church event or something like that. I may have to make some for baseball snacks! I love your creativity and another fun crafting day with J! Hugs, Holly
Holly, I need you to move closer so I can have a fun crafting day with H., too 😉