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Project

Chocolate Wrapper

Store-bought chocolate repackaged in a homemade wrapper -- the underside of which reveals a handwritten love note -- tastes doubly delicious.

Materials

Steps

  1. Step 1

    Download the design, color-print, and cut out.

  2. Step 2

    To embellish the motif, dot with glue and sprinkle with glitter.

  3. Step 3

    Wrap around a foil-covered bar; affix with tape.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, February 2006

Reviews (8)

  • Lot_CakeMemoirs 7 Dec, 2011

    I absolutely love this idea. Will definitely try it out over the Christmas holidays.

  • london1 19 Jan, 2011

    what size of chocolate bar do i need please

  • labaticha 31 Mar, 2010

    This is an amazing idea. It doesnt necessarily have to be given as a valentines day gift, but it can also be given as a birthday gift. Two of my friends (they are twins) recently had their sweet sixteen and i bought them some really nice chocolate and wrapped them in the above way, and they absolutley loved it!

  • angelshake 14 Feb, 2008

    I was in a rush so I used a sheet of foil embossed scrapbook paper. I cut it to fit, wrote a love quote (found them online) and affixed with a heart sticker. Six custom valentine gifts ~ 10 minutes.

  • angelshake 14 Feb, 2008

    I was in a rush so I used a sheet of foil embossed scrapbook paper. I cut it to fit, wrote a love quote (found them online) and affixed with a heart sticker. Six custom valentine gifts ~ 10 minutes.

  • susanpalmer 14 Feb, 2008

    Machine stitching on cardstock looks really cool. The fancy borders that sewing machines do would look perfect with a cute sentiment printed on the computer first.

  • kbsokolan 14 Feb, 2008

    How beautiful this would be embroidered! I second that emotion! Happy Valentine's Day everyone!

    kbs@sstconsulting.com

  • dandjcook 14 Feb, 2008

    Now with Martha' affiliation with Phaff and Husqvarnia/Viking, it would be great if this design came in a machine embroidery pattern. Change the tape to velcro and make this an "in the hoop" project. It would be terrific!!!!!!!! Denise Cook Overland Park, KS dj_cook@swbell.net