Valentine Candy Bar Sliders
I got this amazing idea for these candy bar sliders from Kristina Werner's blog. The first time I saw them I knew this was something I had to make - I think they are adorable! I used Nestle Crunch bars with mine and adjusted the measurements just a tad because the crunch bars are a little larger than the chocolate bar she used. Her directions are so simple, head on over to her blog, check out the tutorial and make some for your sweeties! The Loves Me Designer paper is perfect for these. Well, I'm off to finish some coaster boxes I need for tomorrow...........see you soon! :)


Kendra, you always do such an awesome job!! These are so easy to make--I always forget about them. I love what you did with them! TFS

**Inge** said...

This looks real great Kendra! Just a very nice little present:-D

Kristine said...

Oh, I'm Sooo on this one!! :o) These look fabulous! A friend of mine made candy bar wrappers for my girls one year for Easter, similar, but open on both ends, and I forgot all about it...I'm so excited to come across them again, so THANKS KENDRA!! Now I have to head out and buy some chocolate bars, hehe.

Michelle (MilwaukeeMommy) said...

Oh, so adorable!! Now I wish I hadn't made what I already made for my kids classes, lol!!! And thanks for the link to Kristina's blog, what a great tutorial ~~she sure is thorough!!!

Laura said...

These are so cute Kendra. You did a fabulous job. The "Loves Me" Designer Paper is just perfect. Whomever you are giving these to for V-Day is going to LOVE them.

Julie Phillips said...

Super cute Kendra! And thanks for sharing the link, YOU ROCK!


Beate said...

Oh....these look yummy. I want to have chocolate now! LOL

Anonymous said...

What a cute idea - I am going to try making some of these as party favors for my grand-daughter's birthday guests!

Thank you again for sharing these wonderful ideas!!


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