Ideas for candy bar sayings

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Ideas for candy bar sayings
You can design your own chocolate bar wrappers. (candy,broken image by spectator from Fotolia.com)

Designing your own chocolate bar wrappers is a sweet idea for celebrations like birthday parties or anniversary dinners. You can print labels on your home computer and wrap them around your favourite chocolate bar, making for a charming party favour. By adding your own personalised chocolate bar saying to the wrapper you'll add a creative touch for your guests.

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Rhymes

You can create a rhymed saying for your wrapper using the type of candy you're working with and the event you're creating the wrappers for. Simple rhymes like "This chocolate treat is just to say/Thanks for helping my birthday" or "This coconut bar has sweet power/It's yours for coming to my shower." There are endless possibilities and you can even consider using words that rhyme with your name, like "Nancy" and "fancy" or "Jane" and "cane."

Puns

Puns are an easy way to make your chocolate bar wrappers funny and charming. If you're using a chocolate bar that has nuts in it, your wrapper can say "We're nuts about you!" If the chocolate bar has fruit pieces in it the wrapper can say "Fruit up!" This would be particularly funny for a business cocktail party where guests will be wearing suits, as the phrase plays on the saying "Suit up." You can also use phrases like "Let's go nuts" or "This party is bananas" for banana-flavoured candy.

Name Games

You can use the guest of honor's name as inspiration for the chocolate bar wrappers. Print labels that have the name spelt out in block letters, with words coming from each letter that make a saying when put together. For example, for the name Shawn you can print "So Happy About What's Next!" with the first letter of each word capitalised to emphasise the name. For the name Jane, you can write "Just About Near Excited," and so on depending on the name you're working with.

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