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Penguin Hershey Bars Waddle in for Christmas

If you follow my blog, you know that I'm into the craft fair scene.  Today I have a penguin Hershey bar to show you.  It is just so cute!

Penguin Hershey bar

Isn't it just adorable!  It's also easy to make.  Here are the details.

  • Start with a piece of Basic Black card stock measuring 5 1/2 x 6.  Score along the 5 1/2 inch side at 1 3/4, 2, 4 1/4, 4 1/2.
  • Put Tear & Tape down one side of the paper.
  • The feet are made using the Petite Petals punch.  I used Pumpkin Pie card stock. Just fold up 2 of the petals. I put glue dots on them and tucked them under the black card stock.  I did adhere them before I put in the candy and sealed up the wrapper.
  • The eyes were purchased from the Dollar Tree and adhered with glue dots.
  • The beak is from Pumpkin Pie card stock.  I punched it out with a retired punch.  I think it was one of the itty bitty punch packs that were offered a while back.  It's a square shape and I folded it on the diagonal and then glued it down.
  • For the tummy, I used the Layering Ovals Framelits to cut a Whisper White oval.  I cut another one the same size from Basic Black. I cut it in half long ways and adhered it on each side of the white oval so that it looked like wings.
  • Add a scarf of material.  I got my material from Walmart.
  • The hat is part of a glove.  Do you remember the nugget treats I shared last week?  The nuggets used the fingers of gloves and this project used the rest of the gloves.  You can see the nugget treats here.  I tied around the hat with Thick Whisper White Twine.

Penguin Hershey bar 2

I love how it turned out.  Hope it brings a smile to a little face!  A list of products used follows.  Have a wonderful day!

Product List

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Sue ingle

You are so smart!!

Cindee Wilkinson

Love, love, love your penguins. You know Patty LOVES penguins. You should send her one. She would love it.

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