Halloween Candy Bar Covers

    Posted by  ·  October 27, 2011

    I had some exciting news this month! My candy bar covers were featured in Woman’s Day!

    Woman’s Day asked if I would do a couple of new designs so I added a ghost and a Dracula.

    Here are the files if you would like to make some!

    Bat Candy Bar Cover PDF

    Dracula Candy Bar Cover PDF

    Ghost Candy Bar Cover PDF

    To make the bat, trace this template onto black construction paper or card stock and cut out. For the Dracula print on purple or green card stock and for ghost, print white card stock and cut out.

    Tape the edges of candy bar wrappers to the undersides and tape the bars onto the cutouts. Glue on googly eyes, fold the paper up and fasten with a glue dot or double stick tape so the cover is easy for kids to RIP off.

    You might like mini bats which are perfect for classroom treats and are a cinch to cut out on a cutting machine like the Silhouette.

    A Silhouette does make quick work of this little project. I use a Mac so I cut them from a PDF. I think if you have a PC you cut from a JPEG, so I have included both versions.


    Mini Bat Candy Bar Covers PDF

    Miniature Bat Candy Bar Covers JPG

    I also have a download for a little greeting that fits inside!

    Miniature Bat Candy Bar Greetings

     

    Go check out my dear friend Kami of No Biggie. Her fabulous “Spooky Mirror” was in the issue also!

     

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    1. Dawn Z
      Monday, October 31st, 2016
      I just found these on Pinterest, they are adorable! We have a set of quadruplets in our neighborhood that I always make a special Halloween treat for, and this is perfect! I'll be the hit of the 'hood this year.
    2. mia williams
      Tuesday, October 11th, 2016
      I'm doing this for my sons classroom but I'm not seeing the greeting printout for the full sized candy bars. Was wondering if there was one?
    3. Julie
      Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
      These are just the cutest thing! We shared these over on our blog as well! :) http://www.horrortradition.com/#!Halloween-Crafts/cmbz/5628ff8f0cf2f4d93f148279
    4. Suzanne
      Friday, October 31st, 2014
      I love these candy bar covers and have used them for several years as a treat for the grandkids classes, but I had to dress them up a little so I put a bead of glitter glue along the edge. I fold them to fit the candy bar and on both sides of that flap I put the glitter. Purple on Dracula, dark blue on the bat, green on the witch and silver or iridescent white on the ghost. Just makes them show up a little more. Thanks...
    5. Melissa Carpenter
      Tuesday, October 29th, 2013
      I was looking for Halloween themed money holders to send a Halloween treat to my nephews who live on the opposite coast. I wasn't able to find any, but my Aunt shared your post on Facebook and I used these. They worked perfectly! I just cut a slit at the base of the head and used a paper clip to hold the money. I have three nephews so I was able to use all three designs. Thank you so much for your hard work in making these and making them available to the rest of us.
    6. Joanna
      Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
      Do you have mini templates for the ghost and dracula? Loving these, they are so adorable! Thanks for being so amazing!
    7. Michele
      Thursday, October 25th, 2012
      love them!!! :) they are sooo cute.
    8. Phyllis Johnson
      Thursday, October 4th, 2012
      Thanks for the templates!!! My nieces and nephews will really enjoy these at haloween. I have to get busy. There are a lot of them.
    9. Patricia Eivins
      Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
      I am trying to print out your template for candy wrappers of the bat but it is identical to the dracula, could someone please help get this fixed, it is so cute can't wait to use it for my son's halloween party!
      • Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012
        Then templates are fixed, so sorry for the mix up!
    10. Danielle Ekhoff
      Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
      I am also having issues getting the full sized bat the link takes you to the Dracula ..... They are tooo cute
    11. Theresa Dubois
      Tuesday, September 4th, 2012
      I, too, was having a hard time getting the bat PDF. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing.
    12. Lisa
      Friday, August 17th, 2012
      I would LOVE the full sized bat PDF if possible. All of the links are to the Dracula. Thank you so much! I found you through Pinterest.
    13. Saturday, November 5th, 2011
      Congratulations!
    14. Sunday, October 30th, 2011
      I'm thrilled to see this featured in Woman's Day! These are absolutely adorable! Thank you for sharing the patterns. Congrats!
    15. LisaPolyester
      Saturday, October 29th, 2011
      I'm not finding the full-sized bat - the links all duplicate the dracula template.
    16. Katie
      Friday, October 28th, 2011
      So cool! And SO proud of my very crafty and talented Aunt!
    17. Friday, October 28th, 2011
      These are so cute! I love the mini bats. real easy to whip up some goodies on the cutting machine! thanks for sharing and It's a no wonder why it was featured in WD! Congrats!
    18. Friday, October 28th, 2011
      SO stinkin cute. How adorable! Major congrats, Cindy!! (:
    19. Jenny
      Thursday, October 27th, 2011
      Wow! This is just fabulous news! Congratulations!!! The candy bar covers are so fun! So proud of you!
    20. Carolyn Vannier
      Thursday, October 27th, 2011
      I have made several of these to give away. Everyone loves them.
    21. Thursday, October 27th, 2011
      Yay, Cindy! They are so cute. I like the new additions too!
    22. Joanne P
      Thursday, October 27th, 2011
      I made the bat ones for our party. They were a hit!