Craft Thanksgiving Turkey Candy Bar Wrap Favors for Your Table

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Thanksgiving Turkey Candy Bar Wrap Favor

Your guests will “gobble” up these cute as can be favors!  Use any full size flat candy bar.  We used Hershey bars!  Perfect for accenting your table as a favor or use also as a place card.  These are really easy to make and will be oohed and aahed over while your guests wait to fill their plates.  Enjoy!

* all craft items were purchased at Hobby Lobby.
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(2) packages of Felt Turkey Stickers
(1) package of Paper Leaves
(1) package of Fall Raffia Bows with Buttons
(1) roll of Fall Textured Ribbon
(2) 12×12 pieces of Fall Scrap Book (or colored) paper
Glue Gun
(6) Candy Bars

Take the 12×12 paper and fold it in half. Then fold it again in another half. This brings the squares down to 6×6 (inches). Then trim down one of the sides. Your final “square” will be a 6×4.5 (inches).


Place candy bar in the middle of a square. Fold each of the sides around the candy bar.

Glue the two pieces of paper together. Be sure you do not glue the paper to the candy bar. You want to have the ability to take the candy bar out of the party favor.

Cut (6) strips of ribbon (4.5 inches each)

Lay a piece of ribbon flat on the table. Place the candy bar/paper on top of the ribbon. Glue the ends of the ribbon on the back side of the candy bar/paper.

Flip the candy bar/paper over to the front. This will be the side you decorate.

Glue a fall raffia bow on top of the ribbon.


Glue a paper leaf (be sure to put glue on the stem) and slide it into the ribbon. Press firmly on the paper leaf so it sticks to the paper.

Add a felt turkey sticker.

Repeat until you have the amount you need for your party/dinner guests.

And that’s it! A super, easy Thanksgiving party favor your guests will love. And, you can also use these party favors as a name place setting at the table.  See how they look in our Rustic and Warm Thanksgiving Fall Tablescape!


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