Chocolate is the most popular and delicious dessert. This sweetness gives a good mood and inspires. Giving chocolate has become a tradition. Such present presented as a sign of love, gratitude and attention, and also presented for various holidays. You must admit that special feelings overwhelm us when we receive chocolate in a beautiful and original packaging, and if it is made by our own hands, then chocolate becomes an exquisite chocolate gift!
Let's start creating beautiful packaging for chocolate!
For this we need:
- - chocolate that we are going to pack;
- - corrugated paper (pink, green, yellow);
- - scissors;
- - stapler;
- - threads;
- - wooden skewer;
- - pink beads;
- - paper lace doily;
- - pink rep ribbon;
- - pencil glue and glue gun.
Step 1. Note: The dimensions of this chocolate bar are 19 x 7.5 cm. From the corrugated pink paper, cut a rectangle 20 cm long and 14 cm wide, while leaving 2 cm of allowance on each edge.
Step 2. Decorate the edges of the future packaging. To do this, we bend 1 cm from above and from below and with our fingers twist the paper from side to side to make waves.
Step 3. Wrap the chocolate bar in corrugated paper, fix it with glue. For reliability, the edges can be fastened with a stapler. Packaging should not fit too tightly onto the chocolate bar and should not be too loose.
Step 4. Make a tulip. From the yellow corrugated paper we cut out three rectangles 15 cm long and 5.5 cm wide - these will be the tulip petals.
Step 5. Take the first rectangle and twist it, as if opening a candy (we make only one revolution). Fold in half to make a petal and straighten it.
Step 6. Thus, we make each petal.
Step 7. We take our candy and use the threads to attach the first petal, and then the second and third. Try to place them at the same distance from each other, not overlapping.
Step 8. At the base of the tulip, insert the skewer and attach it all with tape, the candy should stick tightly on the skewer.
Step 9. Next, cut a long strip of 1 cm wide from green corrugated paper and wrap the skewer, periodically, fixing it with glue.
Step 10. Make the leaves. From green corrugated paper, cut out two leaves 13 cm long and 3 cm wide. The leaf should look like an elongated triangle. Glue the leaves to the stem. The tulip is ready.
Step 11. Getting to the decor. To do this, cut a quarter of the lace napkin and glue it to the packaging.
Step 12. Glue the tulip with a glue gun, as shown below.
Step 13. It remains to tie the packaging with a ribbon and glue a few beads. Tip: before you bandage the ribbon in the package, put the chocolate, it will be more convenient.
Here is such a beautiful package!
I wish you creative success and I will be glad to your comments!