This one is for a candy bar wrapper. I used the snack size Hershey bars. We are "coloring out of the lines" on design. The girls have chosen black and white and pink instead of using their school colors for this party.
Here is a picture of the front and back design.
I purchased a set of graduation dies. I use a Cuttlebug to cut out my shapes but these dies are from Sizzix. Most brands can be used with my Cuttlebug.
I used the diploma die on the candy bar because it was the perfect size. Ended up deciding to personalize my diplomas. It was a challenge to get the wording in the right place! Basically I created an outline box about the size of the die. Added text boxes to add the words. Print and cut about 20 times until you get the words in the right place. You totally don't have to add names if you don't want to but I think it adds to the project to have it personal.
foilman.com . He sells pre-cut sheets in all different colors and specific sizes for different candy bars. They run about .05 or .06 a sheet. Basically they are made of paper backed foil like foil giftwrap. You could buy giftwrap and do it yourself but I like having them all cut out for me.
I know this seems like a lot of steps for one little candy bar but it's really not so bad. I usually do it in segments. (Do all the cutting, wrapping or whatever at once.) It's a great project while you're watching TV in the evening.