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Candy melt crayons wrapped in sugar sheets with personalization for school EOY celebrations!
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They turned out awesome!
Thanks! The client LOVED them! And they were fairly easy to make despite my worry that the sugar paper wouldn't stick to the melts. :)
Please detail how you accomplished this! GREAT work.
Thaks you! Here's what I used:
Ediblie Ink printer
Candy melts in desired colors
Misting bottle of choice
Crayon label template (I will upload it as soon as I can figure out how to share it)
Crayon Candy mold
First I made a few candy crayons and measured to make sure I could print a label that would fit. Next I designed the labels. (I will try to upload that but I am not sure where toput it??). Since I cant seem to post it, I just added a 1.5"x 2.5" (hxw) rectangle to my word document, changed the color to what I wanted, Added a black oval, two vertical black lines and then text to the oval. Next I put another 1" rectangle above the 1st rectangle and one below it to create the overlap on the back of the candies.
Then I just personalized each as needed and printed them. I let my sugar sheets dry about 30 minutes then bag them or cut them if needed right away.
Next I molded the crayons in the colors I wanted. After they were ready (I trimmed off the little lollypop stick end that formed because this is a lollypop mold.), I cut out my labels and placed them face down on papertowels. Then I misted them with water (only 1 squirt each), waited 2 minutes and applied piping gel. Finally I placed the labels on corresponding crayon colors and wrapped them completely around so the paper stuck to itself in the back like a candy bar wrapper. All done.
These were a little too large for the cupcakes but only by like 1/2" The cupcake carrier I had didn't want to close well unless I repositioned the crayons but it worked. I hope it helps and Good luck!
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