Candy Bar Poem Card DIY
Candy Bar Poem Supplies
- Elmer’s Foam Board
- Candy Bars
- Paper Crafting Supplies (Cardstock, Pen, Glue, and Ruler)
I decided on this foam board. It’s the perfect size for a card:
Candy Bar Poem How To
Decorate the cover of the foam board.
I used a variety of scrap paper and then used glue and glitter to write out the front of the card.
After the outside is decorated and completely dry decorate the inside of the foam board.
I just took a guess on the spacing and hand wrote the card.
Don’t tell Alan, it drives him nuts when I don’t measure things out but I don’t have time for that.
I just want to get it done and checked off the list so I can move onto the 100 other things that need to be done 😉
My Candy Bar Poem reads:
Ok, it doesn’t really rhyme, but I never said I was a poet. I think it’s pretty good based on the candy I had available.
I have another Mother’s Day Candy Bar poem you might want to check out.
Finished Candy Bar Poem Card
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disclaimer: This project has been compensated as part of a craft recipe project using Elmer’s #collectivebias. All opinions are my own. #GlitterNGlue
I wanna do this but I can't come up with a poem. I just got back form the store and I grabbed a whole bunch of candy bars. I got milky way, snickers, mounds, take 5, almond joy, and others. Can you help?
Little BGCG's Mommy says
This is such a great idea!
Rebel Chick says
That is SO CUTE!
Heck, who WOULDN'T love a card with chocolate involved???
Amy @ Dealusional says
Love it! My daughter thinks it's great and wants to make it for Nana 🙂
Momma Fargo says
Great idea…think I will do that for my mom. Lord knows things are strapped and she like creative. Maybe it will bring a smile to her face. 🙂