Single Chocolate Wrapper (Video)

Single Chocolate Wrapper

This Single Chocolate Wrapper is quick and easy to make with the Envelope Punch Board. Ideal for a sweet gift with a quick but beautiful package solution.

Single Chocolate Wrapper

The above picture is the first one I made and the one in the video is a little different. These wrappers are great for a small sweet treat for any reason and at any time of year. These ones use the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper. Here’s another view of the one above:

Single Chocolate Wrapper 1

So, they look a bit like bon bons, don’t they? They have more shape to them than bon bons do. Anyway watch the video to see how I made them and scroll below for all the measurements etc.

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You should be able to get 6 Single Chocolate Wrappers out of 1 sheet of D.S.P. plus you’ll need some ribbon to tie on the ends. Now you could easily make these more masculine looking by changing the D.S.P. and the trim you use each end. Try the Wood Textures D.S.P. stack and some of the Jute Twine (Holiday Catalogue).
Single Chocolate Wrapper 2
This is the Single Chocolate Wrapper I made in the video with the fancy end and the smaller border around the sentiment. I do think I prefer the smaller border made by using the 1″ and 1 1/4″ Circle Punches with the sentiment coming from Bunch of Blossoms.
Single Chocolate Wrapper 3

Single Chocolate Wrapper Measurements

  • D.S.P. needs to be 6″ x 4 ” or 15 cm x 10 cm
  • With the shory side at the top of your Simply Scored, score at 1″ and 3″ or 2.5 cm and 7.5 cm
  • With the long side at the top of your Simply Scored, score at 1 3/8″, 2 3/4″, 4 1/8″ and 5 1/2″ or 3.5 cm, 7 cm, 10.5 cm and 14 cm
  • Burnish all your score lines well, using a Bone Folder
  • Use your Envelope Punch Board to punch at 1″ or 2.5 cm from top edge on every folded score line
  • Flip and repeat on the bottom edge
  • Add adhesive and tie trim around 1 end, then add chocolate
  • Add trim to last end and stamp and punch sentiment. In the video I used the 1″ and 1 1/4″ Circle Punches

Single Chocolate Wrapper 4

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