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October 04, 2007

Frankenstein Candy Bar Tutorial

Franky_supplies A big "Thanks" goes out to everyone that emailed me about my Yard Sale goodies. Compliments are sooo nice and much appreciated!!

Here's the really easy instructions so you can make them at home.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Supplies Needed:  Candy bars (either will work but I love Kit Kats so I use them more often), Basic Black Marker, Scissors, Double Stick Tape, 2 Way Glue Pen, Trimmer with scoring blade, 1/2" Circle Punch, 1/4" Circle Punch, Black Grass (I used a die cut machine) & a Journaling Genie Template to make the mouth, you could use a ruler or free hand draw it.

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Coming soon....the Mummy tutorial and the cute pin!!

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OH my I for dsome reason thought these where bigger .. what a cute project I am going to make one today some time ..
Thanks girlie

Love Ya
Dawn Griffith

You are rockin' the tutorials, girl! Thanks so much! These are so cute. I think I must make these for the boys to share at school. ;) Have a great day!

This is stinkin' cute.....Thank you for posting it!!!

So cute! Thanks for sharing the directions!!

Thank you for the wonderful tutorial! These little guys are so cute! I made a few and adore them! I also tweaked it a bit and made them for the large kit-kat bars - wow - too cute!!! Thank you!

Awesome, love it, thanks for the tutorial.

So Very Cute!!!

You rock...this is beyond awesome!

Oh my golly! How cute is this???!!! LOVE it! Girl you have been busy pumping out these tutorials for us!!! I totally appreciate the time you put in to it all!!! Fantastic!

Very cute!

I am LOVIN' your tutorials! These are awesome!
BTW...you're tagged!

these are so stinkin cute - I would love to know which grass die cut you used.

This is adorable! You do a GREAT job on all your tutorials!

These are just adorable. I plan to make many, many of them for our church fund raiser to be held in 2 weeks. Do you mind telling me how much you sold them for? I thabk you so much for your hard work and wonderful ideas.
Carol

So cute, I love this, thanks for the tutorial, im going to give this a try.

These are too cute!!!

YOU'RE AMAZING !!!! This is absolutely adorable !! WOWZA !! Way too cute (do you get the idea that I like this?)

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Corinne

Absolutely darling! Hope you don't mind, but I posted a link to the tutorial on the Gingerwood BB...they'll love it.

Absolutely darling! Hope you don't mind, but I posted a link to the tutorial on the Gingerwood BB...they'll love it.

These are too cute!!! Just a note on the printer we have 2 of them and we have so far had no problems with them. I also have the little portable printer and it is tooo fun!!! You are just too crafty for your own good!!! Thanks for sharing!! Maria:)

As we observe the look back of every child of their sweet childhood almost involves days playing outside, eating candy and living the worry free life. Unfortunately for both children and parents alike, tooth health can be a major issue when your child has a love for candy.

This is great. Which grass die-cut did you use for the hair? Thanks for sharing your great ideas.

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