Decorated Nuggets Candy

October 11, 2007 - 4:57pm

Decorated Nuggets Candy

Difficulty 1/5 (1/5)


  • Hershey's Nuggets Candy (I used milk chocolate for this project because I liked the silver wrapper, but you can use any of the candy available.)
  • Rectangular labels
  • Large stamp or various other stamps
  • Markers
  • Black ink
  • White piece of paper or any piece of scrap paper

Decorated Nuggets Candy Supplies


  1. Set down your white piece of scrap paper and then lay out two of the label sheets side by side.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  2. Put black ink all over your stamp. For this project I used "Dots & Daisies" by Stampin' Up!.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  3. Stamp your image onto your labels. Make sure they are lined up well so each of the labels get stamped. Keep in mind that if you are using individual stamps that the image in the center of the label will be on the top of the candy.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  4. Take one of your makers and color in the flowers on the image you have just stamped.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  5. Do the same thing to all of the labels. Each label is for one piece of candy, so you could make the flowers a variety of colors, all one color, all different colors on each candy like I did or any other way you would like.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  6. Now take one of the candies and place them in front of you. Then peel off one of the labels and center it on the nugget.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  7. Holding the candy in one hand, wrap one side of the label around the candy with the other hand. If any of the wrapper is sticking up, now is a good time to stick it back down with the label.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  8. Then do the same thing with the other side of the label. The ends will meet in the middle on the bottom of the nugget overlapping slightly.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  9. This is what one individual nugget looks like finished, as well as a group of them together.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
    Decorated Nuggets Candy
  10. I placed these in a candy dish for a party I was having and they were a huge hit.
    Decorated Nuggets Candy

  11. I also made one of these boxes and filled it with some decorated nuggets and gave it for a birthday gift. These had glitter added to them for a little extra punch.

  13. There are endless possibilities to these fun little candies. You could add glitter, ribbon, punches...just about anything you can think of! I would love to see what you create! I hope you learned something from this tutorial. Have a great day!
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I love this idea! It would

Posted by Lauren Kavan (not verified) on October 11, 2007 - 6:55pm

I love this idea! It would be a great way to make some personalized wedding or shower favors!


Posted by Andrea on October 11, 2007 - 7:26pm

Too bad I didn't get this up in time for Em's wedding. Do we know of anyone else getting married we can suggest this to?! :) Thanks for checking out my stuff, Lauren! See you next weekend!

This is FABULOUS! My mother

Posted by Kelli (not verified) on May 24, 2009 - 8:16pm

This is FABULOUS! My mother and I are enjoying this amazing craft idea right now!This is a perfect favor to go inside my favor boxes for my DIY wedding this November! Thank you for posting this!!

By the way, i found your site by Stumbleupon. Im SO glad i did!!!
Thank you so much!!!!! :)