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10 Awesome Projects Using Candy Wrappers

If you are like me you are already digging into your Halloween candy!  Save your candy wrappers though! There are so many fun and colorful projects you can make with them. I tend to rip off the wrappers as fast as I can to get to the candy so I have to be a tad more patient in order to keep them intact.  Check out these fun and eco-friendly projects!

View them after the jump!

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  • Light Switches 1 of 10
    Light Switches
    Decoupage wrappers to make whimsical switch covers.
    See the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
  • Wallet 2 of 10
    Wallet
    Candy wrapper wallet or pouch.
    See how to make your own at Punkin Patterns.
  • Barrettes 3 of 10
    Barrettes
    Cute candy wrapper barrettes!
    See the tutorial at Yahoo Green.
  • Belt 4 of 10
    Belt
    A fused candy wrapper belt!
    See how to fuse plastic bags at Lil Blue Boo.
  • Buckets 5 of 10
    Buckets
    Candy wrapper buckets!
    Click to see the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
  • Buttons 6 of 10
    Buttons
    Candy wrapper covered buttons! These are earrings!
    See more at The Creative Itch.
  • Beads 7 of 10
    Beads
    Candy wrapper beads.
    Click to see the tutorial at Michele Made Me.
  • Charm Bracelet 8 of 10
    Charm Bracelet
    Candy wrapper charm bracelet.
    Click to see the tutorial at Imaginisce.
  • Clothing 9 of 10
    Clothing
    This one looks a little complicated.....remember the candy wrapper outfit from Project Runway?
    See more at DIY Inspired.
  • Eco-Jewelry 10 of 10
    Eco-Jewelry
    Make colorful eco-jewelry from candy wrappers.
    Click for the how-to at Ecouterre.

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